PhD in Economics and Management. Copenhagen Business School (2008-2012)
Supervisor: Morten Bennedsen. Committee: Denis Gromb (HEC); Gordon Phillips (Dartmouth
College); Jesper Rangvid (Copenhagen Business School)
Visiting PhD Scholar. INSEAD (2009-2010; Jan-Feb 2012)
MSc in Economics and Social Sciences. Bocconi University (2005-2008)
Bachelor in Economics and Social Sciences. Bocconi University (2001-2005)
Assistant Professor of Management and Technology
Undergraduate: Management (Bocconi University – 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017)
Undergraduate: Econometrics Tutorial (Copenhagen Business School – 2010, 2011)
Graduate: Business Strategy Preparatory Course (Bocconi University – 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)
PhD: Applied Business Studies (Bocconi University – 2016)
PhD: Advanced Econometrics for Business Studies (Bocconi University – 2016, 2018)
PhD: Methods in Corporate Governance and Family Business Research (Bocconi University – 2013)
Shortlisted for Bocconi Teaching Award (2015)
Social capital and family control. Explorations in Economic History, forthcoming.
Corporate governance and green innovation (with Morten Bennedsen). Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 75 (2016): 54-72.
Companies learning to innovate in recessions. Research Policy 44 (2015): 1574-1583.
CEO succession mechanisms, organizational context, and performance: a socio-emotional wealth perspective on family-controlled firms (with Alessandro Minichilli, Guido Corbetta and Mattias Nordqvist). Journal of Management Studies 51 (2014): 1153-1179.
Gender interactions within the family firm (with Orsola Garofalo and Alessandro Minichilli). Management Science 60 (2014): 1083-1097.
The value of local political connections in a low-corruption environment (with Morten Bennedsen). Journal of Financial Economics 110 (2013): 387-402.
Credit supply and corporate innovation (with Cedric Schneider and Alminas Zaldokas). Journal of Financial Economics 109 (2013): 835-855.
How do managerial successions shape corporate financial policies in family firms? (with Alessandro Minichilli and Guido Corbetta). Journal of Corporate Finance 17 (2011): 1016-1027.