Dottorando University College of London, ricercatore Institute of Innovation and Public Purpose
Tommaso obtained his BA in Economics at the University of Florence. He completed his MSc at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, University of Pisa, with a thesis on the effects of unconventional monetary policies implemented by the European Central Bank.
During his Masters, Tommaso won a scholarship that allowed him to write part of his dissertation at SOAS, University of London. He also organised a seminar series on heterodox economics called Critical Economics in Times of Crisis.
Before joining UCL, he won a sponsorship from the Institute for Global Studies, London, and enrolled as a PhD candidate at SPRU, University of Sussex, under the supervision of Professor Mariana Mazzucato and Ariel Wirkierman.
He has also worked as a teaching assistant (University of Pisa and University of Sussex) and as a research assistant.
His interests in economics are the role of finance in innovation and the effect of public investment in inclusive growth.