Fabrizio Esposito is Assistant Professor in Private Law at the NOVA School of Law, where he coordinates with Prof. Athina Sachoulidou the Master in Law – Specialization in Business Law and Technology and the Data-Driven Law Knowledge Centre with Prof. Margarida Lima Rego. Outside NOVA, Fabrizio coordinates the MetaLawEcon network and is an analyst for EU Law Live.
Fabrizio’s research focuses on the relationship between private law, economic law, EU law, economics in addressing the challenges raised by technological developments in the attention economy.
Fabrizio publishes regularly in international journals such as: Computer Law & Security Review, the European Review of Contract Law, the Journal of Consumer Policy, the European Journal of Risk Regulation, the European Competition Journal. He has co-edited two volumes, Research Methods in Consumer Law and Economics in Legal Reasoning , and his first monograph, The Consumer Welfare Hypothesis in Law and Economics, will be published soon by Edward Elgar.