Student in the joint PhD program in Economics and Finance, Booth School of Business and the Economics Department, University of Chicago, Stefano is a 2019 Stevanovich Fellowship recipient.
Stefano has particular expertise in dynamic theory including contract theory. In his current research, he studies the optimal portfolio and capital allocation of an intermediary that can invest in information-revealing assets. He has also collaborated on an empirical project studying the impact of European monetary policy in the form of quantitative easing on firms’ financing and investment decisions.
In the future, he plans to study the productive and counterproductive interplay between monetary policy and macro-prudential regulation.
Stefano is an alumnus of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa and obtained his Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Pisa.