Department of Economics and the College
Pietro Tebaldi’s fields of interest include industrial organization, applied microeconomic theory, health economics, and insurance markets. His current research projects are focused on the impact of public regulations on private health insurance markets. He develops new empirical methodologies and uses recent datasets to evaluate current programs and also inform and guide future policy. His most recent scholarly work evaluates the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act by estimating consumer demand and assessing how subsidies affect insurers’ costs and market power.
Tebaldi is the co-author of research studies that have been published in the American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings and the Stata Journal. He received a BA and MSc in economic and social sciences from Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, and a PhD in economics from Stanford University. Prior to earning his doctorate, he collaborated with faculty in the Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard School of Public Health.