Leonardo Madio
PhD student

Profile

Biography

Leonardo Madio is a Research Student at the Department of Economics and Related Studies, supervised by Dr. Bipasa Datta, funded by the ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council). In September 2017, Leonardo started working as Associate Lecturer at the Environment Department. He is currently in the Job Market for September 2018.

His research interests lie in the fields of Industrial Organization, Digital Economics, Economics of Regulation, and Transport Economics.

He is currently working on platform competition and investments, digital piracy in the SVOD market, experience goods and pricing strategies in presence of externalities. In 2017, Leonardo was awarded Cairncross Prize for the best paper presented by a young economist at Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference.

He is affiliated to the Micro-theory and the Applied-Microeconometrics (AME) clusters at the University of York.

Research

Overview

Research Interests: Industrial Organization, Digital Economics, Public Economics, Economics of Regulation, Transport Economics, Applied Microeconometrics.

Supervision

Supervisor:

Dr. Bipasa Datta

Thesis Panel Advisors:

Prof. John D. Hey
Prof. Yves Balasko

Teaching

Undergraduate

Lecturer, Department of Environment, University of York

Introductory Economics (1st year), Autumn 2017 - Summer 2018

Teaching Scholar, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York

Economics 1 (1st year), Autumn 2017

Postgraduate

Lecturer, Department of Environment, University of York

Applied Environmental Economics, Spring 2017

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Contact Details:

lm1194@york.ac.uk

Department of Economics and Related Studies,
The University of York
Heslington, York, YO10 5DD
United Kingdom

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