Evangelia Chalioti is a Senior Lecturer and Associate Chair at the Department of Economics of Yale University. She received her PhD degree in Economics from the Athens University of Economics and Business. Her research revolves around competition, markets and innovation. She studies the Economics of Artificial Intelligence and how cutting-edge technologies transform business. Her research focuses on analyzing the effects of risk and the diffusion of scientific knowledge on firms’ incentives to innovate and compete. She also examines the conditions under which workers help or sabotage their colleagues in their attempt to build up their own reputation.