Teodora Groza is a third year PhD student in competition law at Sciences Po Law School. She has earned her Master’s Degree in economic law from Sciences Po and Columbia Law School and has undergraduate degrees in European law and philosophy.
She is working on the interaction between theories of the firm and competition law, as well as on the antitrust implications of data exchanges and data markets.
She is the Editor-in-Chief of the Stanford Computational Antitrust journal and a founding member of the Sciences Po Law & Technology research group. She has taught and assisted in teaching classes on comparative antitrust law, European law, and Law & Economics.