Andrea is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Boston University Questrom School of Business. He joined BU in 2012 after completing a PhD in Finance at London Business School. His research interests include asset pricing with frictions, financial institutions, contract theory, and information economics. Andrea is the recipient of the 2013 Best Young Researcher Award by the Multinational Finance Society and the 2015 SFS Cavalcade Award for the best paper in asset pricing by the Society for Financial Studies. His recent work on the impact of asset management contracts on asset prices has received the attention of The Economist, the Financial Times, and Bloomber Businessweek.
Ph D, London Business School, Finance, 2012.
MRes, London Business School, Finance, 2009.
MSc, London School of Economics, Finance and Economics, 2007.
MSc, CORIPE Piemonte, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Economics, 2005.
BA, University of Turin, Economics, 2004.
SFS Finance Cavalcade Award for the Best Paper in Asset Pricing, The Society for Financial Studies, Research. (May 19, 2015).
Award for the paper "Asset Management Contracts and Equilibrium Prices"
Award for the paper "Strategic Risk Taking with Systemic Externalities"