Pauline is a Resident fellow at the ISP. Her research entails the following topic: media law, media funding, competition law applied to the information economy, digital platforms, and privacy. She uses a comparatist and interdisciplinary methodology to search how to regulate media organisation, concentration, and content.
She holds a PhD in public law from Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University (Paris, France), and a MPhil in comparative public law from Sorbonne School of Law. Her dissertation focused on Public Service Broadcasting under European Union Law, with the particular examples of Italy, France the UK. During her Ph.D., Pauline has been a visiting-scholar at Oxford University, and a Teaching Assistant at Sorbonne School of Law where she taught Comparative constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Human Rights Law.
Prior to join the ISP, Pauline was a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute, in Florence.