Governing Body Fellow, Senior Fellow in Economics
Professor of Economics, School of Economics, Finance and Law, Anglia Ruskin University
Emanuele’s research focuses on estimating market power on the Internet, on mobile Internet access, crowdfunding and adoption of new technologies. Emanuele is vice rapporteur rapporteur International Telecommunication Union Study Group 1 on “ Economic policies and methods of determining the cost of services related to National Telecommunication/ICT networks” and advised governments, competition authorities and businesses in Europe, Africa and Asia on these topics. Emanuele published on leading academic journals, including the: International Economic Review, Economic Journal, International Journal of Industrial Organization, International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Industrial Economics, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Environment and Planning A and the International Journal of Forecasting, edited the special issue of Telecommunications Policy on “Peering and Roaming in the Internet” and co-edited the “The Internet Revolution: A Global Perspective” for Cambridge University Press.
Prior to his current position, he worked at the Department of Applied Economics of the University of Cambridge where he led the multidisciplinary EU Project, Cocombine, focusing on network competition and Internet infrastructure in Europe, at the Office of Fair Trading and he held Professorships at the University of Cape Town and the University of Verona.