I am a lecturer in Political Economy at the University of Winchester, where I teach in the Philosophy, Politics and Economics programme. I did my undergraduate studies at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, before moving to London to do my MSc and PhD at SOAS, University of London. I previously taught at City University and the University of East London.
I am interested in the relationship between finance and the economy. In particular I am interested process of financialisation, especially in the context of developing countries. I am also interest in the role of institutional investors, particularly pension funds. My doctoral research focussed on pension funds and their investments in emerging market economies.
I am a macro-financial economist by background, with a particular interest in Post-Keynesian economics, and I am also keen on reaching out to the fields of Political Economy in addressing these issues.
I aim to be pluralist in the teaching economics at the University, by taking into account a broader range of perspectives, both from different schools of thought in economics and from other disciplines.
- International Finance
- Monetary and financial economics
- Political Economy
- Post-Keynesian Economics
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