Fabrizio Esposito is Assistant Professor in Private Law at the NOVA School of Law, a member of the NOVA Consumer Lab, and coordinator of the MetaLawEcon network. Fabrizio graduated in law at Bocconi University in 2011. After working for two years in civil and commercial litigation, he was admitted as a researcher at the European University Institute, where he obtained an LLM in Comparative, European and International Law (2015) and his PhD in 2018 after defending his dissertation, which opens new frontiers in research about law and economics.
Before joining the NOVA School of Law, Fabrizio was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Tel Aviv University and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Universitè Catholique de Louvain, where he joined the PROSECO Project. He held visiting positions at the University of Helsinki and Pisa, and was a Global Visiting Fellow at UCLouvain.
His research focuses on the relationship between private law, economic law, EU law, economics and legal theory with a particular focus on consumer and antitrust law and digital markets. He is currently working on price personalization, the use of theories of harm in consumer law, and will publish a monograph showing how and why legal and economic research shall be united in diversity.
Fabrizio publishes regularly in international journals such as: 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 (with H-W Micklitz and A-L Sibony; EE 2018) and Economics in Legal Reasoning (with P Cserne; Palgrave 2020). He was in charge of the legal theory section of the European Journal of Legal Studies and writes twice per year for the European Review of Contract Law about recent developments in EU contract law.
Bachelor’s degree (1st cycle)
Master’s degree (2nd cycle)
Doctoral school (3rd cycle)