Fields: Institutional investors and financial institutions, corporate finance, corporate governance, firm’s ownership structures, performance, corporate investments, entrepreneurship


CV

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Education

2005 – 2008           

Ph.D. in Finance

University of Naples Federico II, Italy

Thesis: Does Ownership Structure Matter for Returns and Returns Volatility?

Advisors: Marco Pagano and Andrew Ellul

2006 – 2008  Visiting Doctoral Scholar
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

2005 

Master in Economics and Finance, MEF
University of Naples Federico II

2002 – 2003  Erasmus Exchange Student, Economics and Finance
Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV, Bordeaux, France

1999 – 2003  Degree in Business Economics, magna cum laude (First Class)
University of Naples Federico II

Research

Research Interests

  • Institutional investors and financial institutions, corporate finance, corporate governance, firm’s ownership structures, performance, corporate investments, entrepreneurship

Published Papers

  • Investors' Horizons and the Amplification of Market Shocks, with Andrew Ellul and Mariassunta Giannetti, Review of Financial Studies, vol. 26-7, p. 1607-1648, 2013. (Lead Article)

  • Family Firms' Stock Market Performance, Chapter 2 in Managing Ownership and Succession in Family Firms, Scholar Publishing House, 2009

Working Papers

  • Learning through a Smokescreen:  Earnings Management and CEO Compensation over Tenure, coauthored with Andrew Ellul and Nandini Gupta

  • Institutional Investors and Corporate Investment

  • Ownership Structure and Stock Market Returns

Policy work

Areas of Interest

  • Macrorpudential Policy, capital requirements and credit supply, stress testing

Published Papers


Previous work experience

 

July 2010 – July 2017       

Assistant Professor of Finance

Stockholm School of Economics


2008 – June 2010 Postdoctoral Scholar in Finance
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University