Dr. Mattioli’s research focuses on the social and political implications of economic processes.
His most recent book, Dark Finance (Stanford, 2020), analyses the connection between financial expansion and illiberal politics at the periphery of Europe, drawing on a decade of ethnographic work in the construction sector of Skopje, republic of (North) Macedonia. At the University of Melbourne, Dr. Mattioli leads a collaborative research project that studies speculative logics in innovation ecosystems. The study focuses on the experience of startup founders in Australia and Europe, and their relationships to new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence.
Dr Mattioli is increasingly interested in human-machine interactions in the aerospace industry and is collaborating on human-centred solutions that facilitate how pilots transition between levels of automation.
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Financialization without liquidity: in-kind payments, forced credit, and authoritarianism ..
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Financialization without liquidity: in-kind payments, forced credit, and authoritarianism at the periphery of Europe
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Journal article | 2018 | Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
Abstract After 2008, the spectacular collapse of financial markets in the United States, Spain, Iceland, Portugal, and Greece has ..
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Lecturer In Social Anthropology
Social And Political Sciences
PhD in Social Anthropology
Graduate Center of the City University of New York
Masters in Social Anthropology
School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences
Bachelor of Philosophy
University of Florence