“Economics is a science of thinking in terms of models joined to the art of choosing models which are relevant to the contemporary world.”

J. M. Keynes, Letter to Roy Harrod (4 July 1938)

I started my academic studies as an accountant, at the University of Bologna (Italy), but after I took a course in the History of Economic Thought I fell in love with economic theory and decided to switch to Economics. Thanks to my dissertation, I became interested in John Maynard Keynes’ thought as well as Post Keynesian Economics.

After taking a Master of Arts in Economics and Complexity at the Collegio Carlo Alberto (Turin), I moved to The New School for Social Research (New York), where I developed my knowledge of heterodox economics and got a Ph.D degree in Economics in May 2022. Currently, I am Assistant Professor of Economics at St. Lawrence University (Canton, NY), where I teach and do research in Finance and Monetary Economics.

My academic work is centered around financial markets and macroeconomics. I am interested in the behavior of the stock market, history of financial crises, and the political economy of finance (central banking and monetary policy). You can explore more of my academic activity here.

In this page you can find my whole academic career, from research projects to publications, and teaching activities. As you will see, I make available all the material associated to my research and teaching (codes, papers, syllabus and presentations), in the hope that it can be of help. Do not hesitate to get in touch with me should you have questions, comments and feedbacks.