Giorgio Presidente is a Postdoctoral Research Officer on the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Work. He obtained his PhD from Paris School of Economics. His main area of specialisation is the interplay between legal institutions and technological change, with a focus on automation. He also works on topics related to firm-level resource reallocation, productivity and the impact of policy on economic development.
Robots for economic development
The GDPR effect: How data privacy regulation shaped firm performance globally
Privacy Regulation and Firm Performance: Estimating the GDPR Effect Globally
Culture and contagion: Individualism and compliance with COVID-19 policy
Automation and Manufacturing Performance in a Developing Country