Miriam Allena is Assistant Professor of Administrative Law at Bocconi. Her research interests are in the area of administrative law (in particular, administrative sanctions and the ECHR, the relationships between administrative procedure and trial, administrative regulation of market) and environmental law. She has been Associate research Fellow at the Centre for Socio Legal Studies of the University of Oxford. From 2012 to 2014 she was Researcher at the Law faculty of Catholic University of Milan.
Leonardo S. Borlini is Assistant Professor of EU law in the Department of Legal Studies at Bocconi University. He received his Ph. D in International Law and Economics from Bocconi University in 2009 and his LL.M from the University of Cambridge in 2007. He served the Legal Department of the International Monetary Fund as technical assistance expert between 2011 and 2012 and he is currently member of the United Nations Academic Initiative Against Corruption and Guest Researcher for the G20 Research Centre on International Cooperation Regarding Persons Sought for Corruption and Asset Recovery established by the G20 at the Beijing Normal University. He consulted the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) He is mainly interested in public international law, international economic law, EU law and international legal co-operation against transnational crimes (focus: corruption, money laundering and terrorism financing).
Barbara Chizzolini is an assistant professor of econometrics in the Economics Department at Bocconi. The focus of her research has been for many years the banking industry, mainly its structure and banks’ competitive behavior in European countries. Thanks to her ever growing involvement in teaching econometrics to finance students, her current research interests have expanded to the analysis and measurement of risk in Financial and Private Equity markets.
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Valerio De Stefano is the BOFZAP Research Professor of Labour Law at Ku Leuven, Belgium, where he does research on non-standard employment, work in the "platform" (gig) economy, technology and fundamental labour rights. He obtained his PhD (2007-2011) at Bocconi, where, after his doctorate, he received a postdoctoral fellowship for four years (2011-2014). He was a post-doctoral member at Clare Hall College at the University of Cambridge (2013) and a visiting academic at the University College of London (2012) and, until 2014, he was an associate of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in Milan. From 2014 to 2017, he worked as an officer of the International Labour Office (ILO) in Geneva.
Tiziana Foresti (Ph.D. in History of Economic Thought, University of Florence). In the last years she has been pursuing a line of research concerning the quantitative measurement of the value to Italian firms of early political connections with the Fascist regime in the years of Benito Mussolini’s rise to power. In 2014 and in 2015 her research was awarded with an Inet grant. She has previously been post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Statistics of the University of Rome, La Sapienza as well as the recipient of research grants from the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst.
Anna Gibert is a Research Associate at the German Institute for Economic Research. She earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the European University Institute in 2017 and a MSc in Economics from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in 2010. Her research interests are in the area of international finance, financial intermediation and information economics, in particular in the role of credit rating agencies in the transmission of information in the credit market.
Leonella Gori is a Lecturer in Corporate Finance in the Accounting, Control, Corporate Finance and Real Estate Department at SDA Bocconi School of Management. Jointly with her teaching activity, she developed strong research interests, primarily focused on Corporate Finance and, after her PHD in Corporate Finance, expanded to risk management in Private Equity markets and to Corporate Banking.
Rosalia Greco is a post-doctoral fellow at Bocconi University and she was awarded a PhD in Economics from Boston College in 2016. Her research mainly focuses on the economic and policy consequences of political extremism and immigration, as well as on economic development and crime.
Nicola Limodio is an assistant professor of finance at Bocconi University. He was awarded a PhD in Economics from LSE in 2017 and a Bsc and Msc in Economics from the University of Pisa and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. He consulted for the EBRD and World Bank. Nicola’s research focuses on the role of banks in emerging markets, the identification of their constraints and the optimal design of local financial institutions.
Valerio Lubello is Researcher with grant in Comparative Public Law at Bocconi University where he teaches Public law. He was rewarded his Ph. D at University of Teramo in European and Comparative Constitutional Law in 2014. Valerio research activities are currently focused on sustainability and technology, covering mostly the fields of Energy Law, Privacy Law and Urban Mobility Law.
Rebecca Maria Mari is in charge for the Macroeconomic and Financial Stability Surveillance of Italy at Bank of England, directly reporting to both the Financial Policy and Monetary Policy Committee. She holds a MSc in Finance and Economics from the London School of Economics, where she is also a researcher at the Centre for Macroeconomics. Her main research area is public finance, with a focus on debt sustainability and fiscal rules.
Chiara Mosca is assistant professor of company law at Bocconi University in Milan. She received her PhD in Internal and International Commercial and Corporate Law from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan and holds a M.Sc from the London School of Economics. Her main areas of research include takeover regulation, market abuse and corporate governance, investment services and investor protection.
Sara Negrelli is Adjunct Professor in the department of Economics at Bocconi University. She received her Ph. D from NYU Stern School of Business in 2015. Her research agenda is at the intersection of Game Theory and Finance, with a particular interest at higher order difference of opinions in financial markets.
Nicola Pecchiari, born in Italy in 1966, is Senior Lecturer of Accounting at Bocconi University. He is Chartered Accountant and Registered Auditor in Italy and partner of an audit firm specialized in forensic accounting and fraud investigations. He is author of academic and professional books and articles on auditing, process management, internal control systems, risk assessment and corporate frauds.
Born in March 1989, Manuela earned her Master in Finance at Bocconi University in October 2013. She has worked for four years in the private sector dealing with Structured Products and she is a Teaching Fellow at Bocconi Univesity. Her research concerns time series applied to risk management, portfolio management, asset pricing and derivatives.
Davide Romelli is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Trinity College Dublin. His research focuses on international finance and macroeconomics, central banking and financial supervision. His current work focuses on the institutional design of central banks with a focus on its origin and implications for monetary policy across countries. Davide holds a PhD from ESSEC Business School and THEMA-University of Cergy-Pontoise.
Margherita Saraceno is assistant professor of economics at University of Milano-Bicocca (DEMS). She is also member of the Management Board of the European Association of Law & Economics. Previously, she has been Marie Curie Fellow at ACLE, University of Amsterdam. She received her Ph.D. in law and economics from the University of Pavia, also holds a M.Sc. from the University of Brescia (IT). Margherita's research interests include law and economics and banking and financial market regulation.
Tommaso Sonno is an assistant professor of economics at the University of Bologna (from Fall 2018). He is affiliated at the London School of Economics (CEP) since 2015, and a research fellow of the F.R.S.-FNRS since 2016. His research focuses on international trade and political economy. He has studied the relation between trade and conflicts, and global value networks. He is currently analysing the impact of multinational enterprises on violence in developing countries, the dynamics of populism, and the role of financial frictions on reallocation processes.
Davide Suverato is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics of the University of Munich. He earns the MSc in Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering at Polytechnic of Milan in 2006, and the Ph.D. in Economics at Bocconi University in 2013. Davide has been visiting scholar at the department of economics in Harvard University (2012), London School of Economics (2017) and ETH Zurich (2018) and he is lecturer of International Business and International Economics at MIP School of Management of the Polytechnic of Milan. Davide’s research interests focus on the effect of international trade on labour market, income inequality, and firm performances.
In October 2011 he graduated in Law, summa cum laude, at Bocconi University of Milan. In December 2011 he won a scholarship to attend the “Seminario di Studi e Ricerche Parlamentari Silvano Tosi” promoted by the University of Florence, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. In 2016 he obtained a PhD in Comparative Public Law from the University of Pavia. Since June 2017 he has been a Researcher with grant in Constitutional Law at Bocconi University of Milan. Since 2016 he has been Lecturer in the course of Constitutional Law, Regulation in Economics and Public Law.