Luisa Scarcella is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Tax and Fiscal Law of the Karl-Franzens University of Graz (Austria), where she has been working as Research and Teaching Assistant since 2016. Her dissertation concerns the tax treatment of cryptocurrencies with a special focus on Bitcoin and the Blockchain technology. Recently she has been awarded the “Marietta Blau” scholarship for doctoral students by the Austrian Ministry of Research/OeAD. Within her research work, she has been focusing on the digital economy, on crypto-assets and blockchain technology, and on the impact of AI on the labour market. She received her Master of Laws degree from the University of Udine (Italy) in 2015. In 2018, she was research associate at the Centre for Alternative Finance of the University of Cambridge-Judge Business School and since the same year, she is also one of the coordinators of the Finance, Law and Economics Working Group of the Young Scholars Initiative – INET. In 2019, she was a visiting scholar at the Centre for Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law (CiTiP) at KU Leuven University. Before starting her Ph.D., she interned at the European Investment Bank (Luxembourg) in 2013 and at the European Central Bank (Frankfurt am Main) in 2015.
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