About Me

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I am a financial economist by training, with special interest in financial intermediation, markets, monetary policy, and corporate finance. I am an Associate Professor of Finance at ESCP Business School. Here, I teach graduate and undergraduate courses and work on a number of research projects, and I am a Director of the Specialization in Investment Banking in the Turin Campus.

I have always been interested in economic efficiency. In my undergraduate studies I focused on business administration, which gave me a good sense of what pursuing efficiency from a business standpoint was like. My masters’ studies in Rome highlighted the importance of different types of organizations in determining aggregate outcomes. Among them, I felt particularly drawn towards banks.

During my Ph.D. studies, I devoted significant effort to better understand financial markets and intermediaries, their role in the transmission of economic and policy shocks, and, ultimately, their impact on financing and investment decisions made by non-financial corporations. This is where most of my interests concentrate today.

Education

Ph.D. in Finance, 2014

University of Arkansas, Sam M. Walton College of Business, United States

Master in European Economy and International Finance, 2006

Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

Master in Business Administration, 2005

Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Bachelor in Administration, 2002

Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Management - Exchange Semester, 2002

HHL Handelshochschule Leipzig, Germany

Research Interests

Financial Intermediation

Credit Markets

Financial Crises

Monetary Policy

Corporate Finance

Teaching Interests

Corporate Finance

Banking

Investments

Econometrics