I am a Ph.D. Candidate in economics at the University of Turin and a Doctoral Fellow at the Collegio Carlo Alberto. My research interests include quantitative macroeconomics and macroeconometrics to study the transmission mechanism of monetary and fiscal policy with unanchored expectations and heterogeneous agents using HANK-, DSGE- and VAR-type modelling. I am grateful to my advisors, Fabio Cesare Bagliano, Margherita Borella and Luca Gambetti, for close cooperation. Recently, I studied the effect of introducing bounded rationality, in the form of adaptive learning, within a one-asset HANK framework in continuous-time to shed light on how individual and aggregate behaviors change in a non-anchored expectations system. My current empirical research agenda builds around the following question: do households in the Euro area behave according to a non-anchored expectations system in their consumption/investment optimal decisions?
On the policy side, I collaborate with international organizations (e.g. IOSCO, ECB, and EIB) to study the policy implications of regulatory changes.
Ph.D. in Economics, 2025 (expected)
University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto
M.A. in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics, 2021
Ph.D. in Economics (all but dissertation), 2018 - 2021
M.A. in Economics, 2015
Collegio Carlo Alberto
M.Sc. in Economics, 2014
University of Turin
B.Sc. in Economics, 2012
University of Turin
IOSCO is the global standard setter for securities markets regulation.
Department of Economics, Social Studies, Applied Mathematics and Statistics:
During such a timespan, I started off as a trainee in the Directorate General Market Operations before being promoted to become an analyst in the Directorate General Market Infrastructures and Payments (DGMIP). After leaving the ECB to pursue my doctoral studies at Emory University, I returned to work as an Oversight Specialist in the Oversight division in DGMIP.
Department of Economics: