Adjunct Professor


He earned a PhD in Political Economy summa cum laude from Università La Sapienza, where he has been researching on Monetary Policy and assistant professor in the Master’s and Bachelor’s Degree courses on the topic.

He conducted part of his research in Belgium at the University of Gent.

He mainly works on financial instability, credit dynamics, monetary and macroprudential policy in the countries of the euro area. He collaborates with several researchers from the academia and economic institutions in Italy and abroad.

Research interests

Macroeconomics: dynamic stochastic general equilibrium modeling, nonlinear model of predictive control, monetary policy, financial stability, macroprudential policy, behavioural macroeconomics. Applied macroeconometrics: time series, external shock identification, VaR, local projection, early warning models and panel data analysis.


  • 2019 Asset price bubbles with low interest rates: not all bubbles are alike, with J. Bonchi,
    work in progress;
  • 2018 Capital requirements shocks in euro-area countries: macro impacts and procyclical
    implications, work in progress;
  • 2018 Nonlinear credit dynamics, regime switches in the output gap and credit shocks, with
    W. Semmler, submitted;
  • 2017 Real-time signals anticipating credit booms in euro-area countries, submitted.