Research Fellows

Massimo Anelli
Massimo Anelli is an Assistant Professor at Bocconi University, Department of Social and Political Sciences. He is also a research fellow at CESifo, Dondena, Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti and a research affiliate at IZA. He obtained his PhD in Economics at University of California, Davis in June 2015. He previously completed a B.A. in 2007 and a M.Sc. in 2009 at Bocconi University. His research agenda focuses on Education and the role of Human Capital in several domains such as labor markets, migration, politics and demography. The common denominator of his work is the use of original administrative data, derived from digitization of physical archives or from access to restricted social security data and government registries.
Elliott Ash
Elliott Ash is Assistant Professor of Law, Economics, and Data Science at ETH Zurich's Center for Law & Economics, Switzerland. He investigates the workings of law and politics using tools from econometrics and data science, in particular computational linguistics analysis of text. With a priority on natural experiments, Elliott aims to produce evidence of causation rather than correlation. Prior to joining ETH, Elliott held academic positions at University of Warwick and Princeton University, and before that earned a Ph.D. in economics and J.D. from Columbia University.
Enrico Basile
Assistant professor in criminal law at Bocconi University, where he obtained a Ph.D. in Law & Business. He spent several study/research periods abroad in the US and UK. His research interests focus on economic and financial crime, as well as white-collar crime. Main publications include a monograph on complicity through ‘neutral’ acts and several works covering market abuse, the protection of EU financial interests, money laundering and corporate criminal liability.
Anna Battauz
Anna holds a degree in mathematics from Udine university and a PhD in financial mathematics from the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa. She has been academic guest at ETH in Zurich, and is Associate Professor of Mathematical Finance at the Finance Department, Bocconi University, since 2005. From 2001 to 2005 she was Assistant Professor of mathematical finance at the Institute of Quantitative Methods at Bocconi University. Anna’s research focuses on asset pricing and derivatives.
Tito Boeri
Tito Boeri is full professor of economics at Bocconi University, Milan (where he had been also Dean for Research until fall 2014). He was Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics, where he is currently Senior Visiting Professor. From March 2015 to February 2019, he was President of the Italian Social Security administration (Inps). His field of research is labour economics, redistributive policies and political economics. He is Scientific Advisor of the Fondazione RODOLFO DEBENEDETTI, where he acted as Scientific Director since its inception in 1998 to 2015.
Emanuele Borgonovo
Emanuele Borgonovo is Full Professor at the Department of Decision Sciences of Bocconi University, and director of the new Bachelor in Economics, Management and Computer Science of Bocconi University, of which he also led the construction process. He is a fellow of the Bocconi Institute for Data Science and Analytics. He has been director of the Eleusi Research Center from 2008 to 2012. He is the current President Elect of the Decision Analysis Society of INFORMS. He is co-editor-in-chief of the European Journal of Operational Research, and advisor of Springer International Series in Management Science and Operations Research. He is co-editor in chief of the European Journal of Operational Research
Diogo Britto
Diogo Britto is a postdoc in economics at Bocconi University. He is also an IZA Research Affiliate. Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Catholic University of Milan and a visiting scholar at the University of California - Santa Barbara. He holds a joint PhD degree in Law and Economics at the Universities of Bologna, Hamburg and Erasmus Rotterdam, a MSc from the University of Bologna and Bachelor from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He is mainly interested in the economics of crime and development.
Ariela Caglio
Ariela Caglio is an Associate Professor of Management Accounting and Control at the Accounting Department of Bocconi University. Her research interests primarily rest in performance measurement and control systems for inter-firm networks, the evolution of the accounting profession, integrated reporting and compensation design. She is particularly fascinated by studying fashion firms and the soccer industry.
Maria Carreri
Maria Carreri is an Assistant Professor at the School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California San Diego. She received her PhD in Politics from New York University in 2018. Her research in Political Economy and Local Politics examines the role of political leaders across diverse institutional contexts. She is particularly interested in executive competence, political selection, the economic impact of local institutions, and local fiscal policy.
Marta Cartabia
Marta Cartabia, (PhD, European University Institute, 1993) is full professor of Constitutional Law and President emeritus of the Italian Constitutional Court. She taught in several Italian universities and was visiting scholar and professor in France, Spain, Germany and US (Michigan, NYU, Notre Dame University, Yale). She is Co-President-Elect of the International Society of Public Law (taking office in July 2021); she is also President and co-founder of the Italian Chapter of the latter since 2018. She sits in the scientific and editorial board of a number of academic law journals and, in particular, she is currently member of the Advisory Board of the International Journal of Constitutional Law (I•CON). She is co-founder and, at present, co-editor in chief of the Italian Journal of Public Law and, taking office in January 2021, co-editor in chief of Quaderni costituzionali. Since December 2017, she is a Substitute member for Italy of the European Commission for Democracy through Law of the Council of Europe (also known as Venice Commission). Among her recent publications in English, with V. Barsotti, P. Carozza, A. Simoncini (eds.), she co-authored Dialogues on Italian Constitutional Justice. A Comparative Perspective (Routledge, 2020).
Nicolò Cavalli
Nicolò Cavalli is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Social and Political Sciences of Bocconi University, where he teaches Applications for Management, Computational Social Science and Sociology. He holds a MSc in Economic and Social Sciences from Bocconi University and a BA in Political Sciences from the University of Bologna. During his studies, he was a visiting student at Sciences Po Paris and at the London School of Economics. He conducted doctoral studies in Sociology at Nuffield College, University of Oxford and was a visiting researcher at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University. His research lays at the intersection between structural socio-economic change and people's attitudes. His work was published in Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, among others.
Alessandra Cillo
Alessandra Cillo is Assistant Professor in Decision Sciences at Bocconi University (2009). She was Assistant Professor (2007-2009) in Managerial Decision Sciences at IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain. Her research interests are on behavioral models of decision under risk (theory and experiments), risk-value modeling and importance measures.
Italo Colantone
Italo Colantone is Assistant Professor of Economics at Bocconi University. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Catholic University of Leuven (KUL). He teaches European economic integration and macroeconomics. His research focuses on international trade, applied industrial organisation, and political economy. He has authored several articles on the effects of economic integration on firm performance, industry dynamics, and political outcomes. His research has been published in leading journals such as the American Journal of Political Science and the Journal of International Economics. He has been involved in several research projects for the European Commission, and has acted as a consultant for the OECD.
Paolo Colla
Paolo Colla is Associate Professor of Finance at Bocconi University. He holds a PhD in Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a MSc in Economics and Finance from Universitat Pompeu Fabra. He has been visiting professor at IE Business School and Princeton University. He has published in the Journal of Corporate Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Finance on the topics of asset pricing and corporate finance. He is also a member of the Group of Economic Adivsors (GEA) at the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).
Lucia Dalla Pellegrina
Lucia Dalla Pellegrina is Associate Professor at the University of Milan-Bicocca, where she teaches Principles of Economics and Macroeconomics. She is Research Fellow at the Paolo Baffi Center for Economic and Financial Research, Bocconi University. In 2005 she received her Ph.D. in Economics from Bocconi University. Her research interests focus on banking, microfinance, and empirical legal studies.
Gianmarco Daniele
Gianmarco Daniele is an applied economist with interest in political and public economics, he currently work as postdoctoral researcher at Bocconi University. At the end of 2015, he completed a PhD in Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium) under the supervision of Prof. Benny Geys. He then joined the Institut d’Economia Barcelona and the Universidad de Barcelona, where he worked as post-doctoral researcher. He then joined Bocconi University in September 2017. His current research agenda focuses on political accountability and distortions of, and within, the political process.
Filippo De Marco
Filippo De Marco is an assistant professor of Finance at Bocconi University. He earned a Ph.D. in Economics from Boston College in 2015 and a MSc in Economics from the University of Bologna in 2010. He completed his bachelor at the University of Padova (2008). His main research area are empirical banking and monetary economics, with a special focus on how shocks to bank balance sheets are transmitted to the real economy. His research has been published in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
Catherine De Vries
Catherine is a professor in the department of social and political sciences at Bocconi University, a Research Associate at the Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy and a Research Fellow at Clean Unit, Baffi Carefin Centre. Her research focuses on some of the key challenges facing the European continent today, such as corruption, European integration and the consequences of migration. She has published numerous books and articles on these topics in journals like the American Political Science Review, Annual Review of Political Science, and the the Journal of Politics. She also received a Consolidator Grant of the European Research Council.
Francesco Decarolis
Associate Professor of Economics at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, where he teaches and conducts research in industrial organization, with a focus on public procurement, auctions and health economics. Prior to joining Bocconi University, he was a faculty at Boston University and the University of Wisconsin Madison and he spent periods of visiting at Stanford University, the University of Pennsylavnia and Columbia UNiversity. He holds a BA in Economics from Universita’ Bocconi and a MA and PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago.
Livio Di Lonardo
Livio Di Lonardo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social and Political Sciences at Bocconi University and a Research Affiliate at the Carlo F. Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy. He received his Ph.D. in Politics from New York University in 2017. His research focuses on the causes and the consequences of the use of violence and the threat of violence in politics, both at the international and the national political stage. More specifically, he has written on deterrence theory, foreign intervention, the politics of counterterrorism, and the interference of organized crime in the political process.
Dana Foarta
Dana Foarta is Assistant Professor of Political Economy at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Her research focuses on the political economic analysis of supranational institutions, on the contracts between supranational and national institutions, and on the complexity and dynamics of regulation. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from MIT, and her work has been published in the American Economic Review, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, Journal of Public Economics, and the RAND Journal of Economics.
Veljko Fotak
Veljko’s research is focused on international corporate finance, with a particular emphasis on state capitalism, sovereign wealth funds, and, in broader terms, on the impact of government ownership on firm behavior, performance, and valuation. Veljko’s research has been published in leading academic journals, including the Journal of Financial Economics and the Review of Financial Studies, and has been cited in the The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the New York Post, on Bloomberg, and other media outlets. Veljko teaches courses on corporate finance and international financial management for both undergraduate and graduate students. Veljko earned a BS degree in Business Administration, an MBA with a concentration in Finance and an MS in Applied Statistics at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in Rochester, NY and a PhD in Finance at the University of Oklahoma.
Chiara Fumagalli
Chiara Fumagalli is Avv. Giovanni Agnelli Associate Professor of Economics at Bocconi University. Her research covers industrial organization, competition policy and corporate finance. Much of her recent work has been concerned with the economics of exclusionary practices and the activity of diversified business groups. Her research in these areas has been published in leading academic journals, such as the American Economic Review, the Journal of Financial Economics and the Rand Journal of Economics. She is Research Fellow of the CEPR and associate of CRESSE. She has been appointed by the European Commissioner member of the Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy (EAGCP).
Matteo Gamalerio
Matteo Gamalerio is a postdoctoral research fellow at the UB School of Economics and the Institut d'Economia de Barcelona (IEB), University of Barcelona. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Warwick and an MSc in Economics from both the London School of Economics and Political Science and the Catholic University of Milan. He is an applied economist, and his research agenda focuses on the areas of political economy, public economics, the economics of migration, and applied econometrics.
Gianfranco Gianfrate
Gianfranco Gianfrate is Full Professor of Finance at EDHEC Business School and Prince of Wales Sustainability Fellow at the University of Cambridge. He is also a board director of GRASFI (the Global Research Alliance for Sustainable Finance and Investment) and a member of Erasmus University’s Platform for Sustainable Value Creation. He holds a BA and a PhD in Business Administration from Bocconi University and a Master in Public Administration from Harvard University.
Giulia Giupponi
Giulia Giupponi is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Department of Social and Political Sciences at Bocconi University. She was a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies in 2019-2020. She earned a PhD in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2019. Her research interests lie in the area of Labor and Public Economics, with a focus on the employment and welfare effects of social insurance programs, the impact of minimum wages on firm behavior and the wage structure, the rise of alternative work arrangements, and inequalities in the labor market.
Gabriele Gratton
Gabriele Gratton is Scientia Associate Professor of Economics at UNSW Business School, UNSW Sydney. Before joining UNSW, he received his PhD in Economics from Boston University in 2011. At UNSW, Gabriele leads the Resilient Democracy Lab. He studies how the institutions and technologies controlling the transmission of information affect elections, voting, and policymaking. More broadly, he is interested in the design of democratic institutions capable to withstand negative economic and social shocks.
Veronica Grembi
Veronica Grembi is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Milan (La Statale), Department of Economics, Management, and Quantitative Methods. Prior to joining the University of Milan, she was a faculty at the Catholic University of Milan, the Copenhagen Business School, and the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria. She spent periods of visiting at Yale University, Harvard University, Pompeu Fabra University, and Princeton University, for which she was granted a Fulbright Scholarship. Her main research interest is public economics, with a special focus on political economy and health economics.
Luigi Iovino
Luigi Iovino is Assistant Professor of Economics at Bocconi University and Research Affiliate of CEPR. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT and a Bachelor in Economics and Social Sciences from Bocconi University. He has been Visiting Scholar at NYU and at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. His research interests are mainly in the fields of theoretical macroeconomics, financial economics, and economic theory. His recent work focuses on informational frictions, bounded rationality and optimal policy.
Marco Le Moglie
Marco Le Moglie is a post doctoral researcher at Bocconi University since 2016. He holds a Phd in Economics from the University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto. He's an applied micro-economist interested in organized crime, political economy, and more in general public economics. His current research focuses on the investment of organized crime in the legal economy, the violence connected to the presence of new and traditional illegal markets, and on corruption.
Nicola Limodio
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.
Mariateresa Maggiolino
Mariateresa Maggiolino is the Director of the 5-year Master Program in Law of the Bocconi University, where she is also Associate Professor of Business law. She has been visiting professor at Fordham Law School, New York, in 2015. At the moment, her main fields of interest are Antitrust Law, Banking law and Data law. She has published three monographs – La disciplina giuridica della gestione dei crediti deteriorati nella prospettiva delle banche: profili critici (2020), I Big Data e il Diritto Antitrust (2018) and Intellectual Property and Antitrust: A comparative and Economic Analysis of US and EU Law (2011) – and many articles in both national and international journals.
Alberto Manconi
Alberto Manconi is Assistant Professor of Finance at Bocconi University. After graduating from his PhD at Insead in 2010, Alberto worked for six years in the Finance Department at Tilburg University (Netherlands). He joined Bocconi in September 2016. Alberto's research interests revolve around institutional investors (especially mutual funds), their performance, their impact on the firms whose stocks they hold, their internal organization, and their effect on market efficiency and stability. Alberto's research has been presented at all major international conferences in the field of financial economics (AFA, WFA, EFA, FIRS), and it has been published in leading journals such as the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and the Review of Finance.
Antonio Marra
Antonio Marra is Associate Professor at the Department of Accounting of Bocconi University, and Academic Director of the Master of Science in Accounting, Financial Management, and Control of Bocconi University. He holds visiting positions at Wharton School - University of Pennsylvania, Stern School of Business – New York University, University of Iowa, and Baruch College. His research focuses on accounting quality determinants and its economic consequences; mergers and acquisitions and particular reference is given to the role of culture and its dynamics in the accounting context. He has published in leading international journals including Review of Accounting Studies; Auditing: A journal of Practice and Theory; European Accounting Review; and Journal of Business Finance and Accounting among others. Antonio is member of the European Accounting Association and the American Accounting Association.
Tommaso Monacelli
Tommaso Monacelli is Professor of Economics at Università Bocconi, Milan, and Fellow of IGIER, CEPR and Kiel Institute for the World Economy. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from New York University, and has been previously Associate Professor at Bocconi and Assistant Professor at Boston College. He is currently Managing Editor of Economic Policy, and Associate Editor of the Journal of the European Economic Association, of the Journal of Money Credit and Banking, and of the IMF Economic Review. He has been Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, Visiting Professor at Central European University, research consultant for the ECB and the OECD, and Visiting Scholar at IMF, ECB and Riksbank. He has published in several international scientific journals. His research interests are in open economy macroeconomics to monetary economics.
Chiara Mosca
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.
Tommaso Nannicini
Full professor of political economy at Boccony University. He has been visiting professor at Harvard University (2017-18) and Carlos III University of Madrid (2005 -08). He has served as economic adviser (2014-15) and Undersecretary of State (2016) to the Italian Prime Minister. His works have been published in leading academic journals such as the American Economic Review, the American Political Science Review, and the American Journal of Political Science. In 2015 he received an ERC Consolidator Grant for the project Political Mind: Explaining Politicians’ and Voters’ Behavior.
Margherita Negri
Margherita graduated from Bocconi University in 2009 and was jointly awarded a MRs in Economics by the Université Catholique de Louvain. She obtained her PhD from CORE – Université Catholique de Louvain in 2014 and since then she is a Lecturer at the School of Economics and Finance of the University of St Andrews.
Fulvio Ortu
Full Professor at the Department of Finance, Bocconi University. Vice Rector and Dean for International Affairs from 2008 to 2012. Dean of Bocconi PhD School from 2004 to 2008. Prior to Bocconi: assistant professor at the Department of Finance and Business Economics of the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, from 1998 to 2002. Prior to that: assistant professor at the Department of Applied Mathematics at the Università di Trieste, visiting assistant professor in the Finance and Economics Division, Columbia Business School, Columbia University, and visiting lecturer in the Department of Finance, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Francesco Passarelli
Francesco Passarelli is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Turin, and Contract Professor of European Political Economy at Bocconi University, Milan. He received his BA in Economics from Bocconi University, an MA from Université Catholique de Louvain, and his PhD in Economics from Bocconi University. He spent extended visiting periods at Dartmouth College and at Harvard University. His research focuses on Political Economics, with particular emphasis on psychological aspects of individuals’ economic behavior. He also does research on Voting Systems within the European Union, on International Sanctions, and on Bank-Bailout Policy. Francesco’s work has been published in numerous academic journals, such as the Journal of Political Economy and the Journal of Public Economics. His papers and additional information can be found at www.francescopassarelli.com.
Nicola Pavoni
After obtaining the PhD in Mathematic for Economic Decisions from the University of Trieste (January 1999) and the PhD in Economics from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (October 2000), he started his academic career at the University College London. In 2010, he joined the Bocconi University from the University College London where he was Professor of Economics. He is now Full Professor of Economics in Bocconi where he is also the Program Director of the PhD in Economics and Finance. From January 2018 he is editor of the Journal of the European Economic Association. His research interests range from Macroeconomic Theory, Economics of Information, Public Finance, Consumption Theory, Labour Economics and Behavioural Economics. His work has been published in Econometrica, the Review of Economics Studies, the Journal of Economic Theory, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of the European Economic Association, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Public Economics and the International Economic Review, among others.
Michele Polo
Michele Polo (PhD) is Full Professor in Economics and ENI Chair in Energy Markets at Bocconi University (Milan, Italy). His research interests are in Industrial Organization, the Economics of Organized Crime and Political Economics. He has extensively published on International Journals and books on these topics, including liberalization of network industries, regulation of media markets and pluralism, infiltration of organized crime in the regular economy.
Peter Pope
Peter F. Pope is Professor and Director of the Accounting Department at Bocconi; and Emeritus Professor of Accounting at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on capital markets and international equity valuation, with particular reference to the role of fundamentals in pricing and the analysis of securities risk. He has published extensively in leading accounting and finance journals.
Andrea Prat
Andrea Prat is the Richard Paul Richman Professor of Business at Columbia Business School and Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics, Columbia University. After receiving his PhD in Economics from Stanford University in 1997, he also taught at Tilburg University and the London School of Economics. He served as Chairman and Managing Editor of the Review of Economic Studies. He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, and an Associate Editor of Theoretical. Professor Prat was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 2011 and a Fellow of the Econometric Society in 2013.
Paola Profeta
Paola Profeta is Associate Professor of Public Economics at Bocconi University, coordinator of the Dondena Gender Initiative at the Dondena Research Center for Social Dynamics and Public Policy, research affiliate of CESifo and CHILD and scientific advisor of Unicredit and Universities Foundation. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra. She is associate editor of European Journal of Political Economy and CESifo Economic Studies. Her research focuses on public economics, political economics and gender economics. She has published in leading academic journals, among which Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Public Economics, Economic Journal and she has written several international books. She writes editorials in Il Sole 24 Ore and collaborates with Corriere della Sera and blog La 27esima Ora.
Barbara Rindi
Barbara Rindi’s research activity focuses on the field of market microstructure and financial market regulation. She is currently involved in a number of projects investigating topics that sit on the regulatory agenda of both the SEC in the U.S. and of the ESMA in Europe: tick size, trading fees, dark and lit order flows, liquidity and information in limit order books. She has published her works on top financial journals.
Paolo Roberti
Paolo Roberti is assistant professor at the faculty of economics and management, University of Bozen-Bolzano. He is author of publications in the areas of lobbying, state capacity, institutional capture, and the optimal design of government policies. His ongoing research focuses on the evolution of populism, vote buying, the role of parties and political selection in government coalitions.
Stefano Rossi
Stefano Rossi is a Full Professor of Finance in the Finance Department at Bocconi University, where he holds the Gruppo Generali Chair in Insurance and Risk Management. Stefano is a Research Affiliate of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), a Research Associate of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), an Executive Editor of the Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting, and an Associate Editor of European Financial Management. Here is a (somewhat) recent Curriculum Vitae. Stefano's research interests include corporate governance, bankruptcy and financial distress, debt financing, international finance, sovereign borrowing, financing of innovations, and quantitative trading. His research has been published or is to appear in top peer-reviewed journals such as The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Financial Economics, The Review of Financial Studies, and The Review of Finance, and has been featured in publications such as The Financial Times and The Economist. Stefano's research on the evolution of ownership (with J. Franks and C. Mayer) was awarded two international prizes for Best Paper by the European Corporate Governance institute. Prior to joining Bocconi Stefano taught at the Stockholm School of Economics, Cornell University, Imperial College, and Purdue. Stefano holds a BA and an MSc in Economics from Bocconi University, Milan; and a PhD in Finance from London Business School.
Luca Sala
Luca Sala is Associate Professor at the Department of Economics at Bocconi University. He holds a Phd in Economics from Università di Pavia and a PhD in Statistics and Economics from Universitè Libre de Bruxelles. He has extensively published in leading international economic journals, such as the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of Econometrics, the American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, the Economic Journal. He has taught courses at the Universidad Nova - Lisbon, University of Oslo, University of Copenhagen. He has visited the Central Bank of Norway, Denmark, the ECB. He has been a consultant for the IMF.
Alessandro Sbuelz
Alessandro graduated from the London Business School with a doctorate in Finance. He also holds degrees from Bocconi University (B.Sc. Economics - Laurea DES; M.Sc. Economics - MEc). His academic experience includes positions at Tilburg University, the European University Institute, and the University of Verona. He is currently an Associate Professor of Quantitative Finance at the Catholic University of Milan (http://docenti.unicatt.it/eng/alessandro_sbuelz/). Alessandro's research interests are in asset pricing, asset allocation, and credit risk. His work includes papers published in several academic journals (among them, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Management Science, and Quantitative Finance).
Johannes Schneider
Johannes Schneider is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Universidad Carlos III in Madrid. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Mannheim. In his work he develops economic theories for and applies them to topics in Law and Economics, Innovation, Organisational Economics, and Industrial Organization. His current focus is on creating institutions to foster progress and to mediate conflicts.
Carlo Rasmus Schwarz
Carlo Schwarz is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick. His research interest lies in the field of applied microeconomics with a particular interest in policy-relevant questions. In his re­search, he combines causal inference strategies with techniques from text analysis, machine learning, and data science. His recent research investigates the contributed of social media to the spread of hate crimes and anti-minority sentiments online and offline as well as polarization and election outcomes.
Andrea Sironi
Andrea Sironi is Professor of Banking and Finance at Bocconi University in Milan, where he has been Rector from 2012 to 2016. Since January 2016, he is Chairman of Borsa Italiana SpA and, since October 2016, a member of the Board of Directors of the London Stock Exchange Group. He is currently also a member of the Board of Directors of Cassa Depositi e Prestiti SpA and of Cogentech Scarl. Professor Sironi research interests include Financial Risk Management and International Banking Supervision. He has published and edited many books and papers in international refereed journals on these subjects. Professor Sironi has also served as a consultant and board member for a number of major national and international financial institutions.
Hector Solaz Santos
Hector is an adjunct professor in the department of social and political sciences at Bocconi University and ADD CLEAN title here. Prior to assuming this position he was s a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Essex, a lecturer at the University of Birmingham, and a postdoctoral fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. His major research and teaching interests are in the areas of behavioural science, political economy, public economics, and corruption. He has published numerous articles on these topics in journals like American Political Science Review, Annual Review of Political Science, Experimental Economics or PLOSOne.
Francesco Squintani
Professor of Economics at Warwick University, Francesco Squintani has earlier been Assistant Professor at the University of Rochester, and Professore Ordinario at Universita’ di Brescia. He holds an Economics BA from Bocconi University, and an Economics PhD from Northwestern University. His research focuses on political economy and information economics, and his main publications are on the American Economic Review, the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science, the Journal of Political Economy, the Review of Economic Studies, and the Journal of Economic Theory.
Claudio Tebaldi
Associate Professor Bocconi University in Quantitative Methods for Economics Finance and Insurance since 2011, with national qualification for full professorship from 2015. His research activity is concentrated in the area of Quantitative Methods for Economics Finance and Insurance with expertise in Asset pricing, Derivative pricing and hedging. He currently teaches Financial Economics, Advanced Derivatives, Risk Management and the Term Structure of Interest Rates in PhD and Master level courses held at Bocconi University and in other national and international academic institutions. In 2007 he received the price for the best paper of Swiss Econometrics and Finance Society meeting. In 2004 he has been invited visiting scholar of the Finance group of the Anderson School of Management, Univ. of California at Los Angeles and in 1998 of the Niels Bohr Institute for Theoretical Physics and Complex Systems Copenaghen. His research has been presented in leading european and american universities and investment banks and published on leading peer-reviewed journals.
Antonella Trigari
Antonella Trigari is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and a Research Fellow at CEPR. She is a Council Member of the European Economic Association. She has been Associate Editor at the Journal of Monetary Economics from 2009 to 2016 and a Panel member of Economic Policy from 2015. She specializes in Monetary Economics and Macro Labor. She has published several papers in leading economic journals including the Journal of Political Economy and the Journal of Monetary Economics.
Giovanni Tuzet
Giovanni Tuzet is an Associate Professor of Philosophy of Law at Bocconi University, where he teaches Legal Argumentation and Economic Analysis of Law. He studied law and philosophy in Ferrara, Turin and Paris, and has been Visiting Scholar at the Yale Law School and the Northwestern School of Law in Chicago. His areas of interest include epistemology, pragmatism, argumentation theory, philosophy of law and economic analysis of law.
Matia Vannoni
Matia Vannoni is a Lecturer in Public Policy at the Department of Political Economy, King's College London. He is Field Editor for the Journal of Public Policy and he is part of the Institutional Grammar Research Initiative (IGRI). He was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic Research (IGIER), Bocconi University. He did his PhD at UCL, he holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in political science from the University of Trento and an MRes from the LSE. His research interests include: bureaucracy, legislative complexity and economic growth; text mining for policy evaluation; business and government in the European Union; public policy and public opinion; representation and transparency in local democracies. He has been involved in cross-country research projects, funded by the European Research Council, the British Academy and the Economic and Social Research Council. His research has featured in several journals, such as Political Analysis, Business and Society, American Review of Public Administration, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Policy Studies Journal, Political Science Research and Methods.
Arianna Vedaschi
Arianna Vedaschi is Full Professor of Comparative Public Law at Bocconi University, where she is Director of the Public Law Course. Her fields of research include political and non-political emergency, human rights and counter-terrorism, the fight against the financing of terrorism. She is the Coordinator of the Research Group on Constitutional Responses to Terrorism within the International Association of Constitutional Law, the Secretary-General of Associazione di Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo and the vice-Director of the law review Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo. She is a member of the International Academy of Comparative Law. She has been a visiting professor in prestigious universities and research centers, such as the Trinity College Dublin (2017) and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (2016).
Francesco Viganò
Francesco Viganò is a Full Professor of Criminal Law at Bocconi University. He earned his PhD in Legal Studes from Pavia University in 1997 and served later as a professor at Brescia Unversity and at the Università degli Studi, Milan. He is currently the Secretary General of the Société Internationale de Défense Sociale and a member of the Boards of Directors of the Siracusa International Institute for Human Rights and Criminal Justice. He is the Editor-in Chief of the on-line review “Diritto penale contemporaneo”. His research currently focuses on human rights and criminal law, as well as on medical law, terrorism, organized crime, corruption. He is involved in several international research projects.
Hannes Wagner
Hannes Wagner is Associate Professor of Finance at Bocconi University and a Fellow at the IGIER Institute for Economic Research. Hannes prize-winning research focusing on corporate finance and institutional investors has been published in leading academic journals, including the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Economics and featured in the Economist, the Financial Times, and Harvard Business Review.
Christoph Wolf
Christoph obtained his PhD in 2017 from the University of Mannheim. He has been an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Bocconi University since 2017. His research interests are in applied microeconomic theory and industrial organization.