Fabrizio Ciatti joined RPA in 2018 as a Junior Economist and Researcher. He has completed the Graduate Diploma in Economics at the University of Nottingham, where he undertook advanced courses in Econometrics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. His Bachelor’s Degree is in analytical philosophy and he completed a Master’s degree of Research at the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics.
At RPA he provides research and analytical input as well as applying methodologies and evaluation tools to assess social and economic impacts of various policy measures at the EU and national levels. He has contributed to a lot of work under the REACH Authorisation framework, both with public bodies and private clients. He is involved in studies on the effects of consumer policies (i.e. the study with DIGITALEUROPE on the potential impacts of regulation in the mobile phone market) and regulation of financial services (i.e. an assessment of Mortgage Credit Directive for the European Commission). He has extensive experience in carrying out statistical analysis with Excel, Stata and Eviews. He is a native speaker of Italian and is fluent in English.
Prior to joining RPA, he was a research assistant at the University of Nottingham where he worked on a project in behavioural economics exploring ways to promote cooperation, improve productivity and job satisfaction.