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Stefano Corradin

Research

Division

Financial Research

Current Position

Principal Economist

Fields of interest

Financial Economics

Email

stefano.corradin@ecb.europa.eu

Biography

Other current responsibilities
2020

DG-Research - Principal Economist

2008-2019

DG-Research - Economist/Senior Economist

Education
2003-2008

Ph.D, Business Administration (Finance & Real Estate), May 2008. Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.

1998-1999

M.A., Economics, June 1999. CORIPE, Turin.

1993-1998

Laurea, Economics, March 1998. University of Verona.

Professional experience
2001-2004

Senior Associate, Capital Allocation, Strategic Planning B.A., February 2001 - August 2004. Allianz Group (R.A.S S.p.A), Milan.

1999-2000

Associate, Capital Markets B.A., February 2000 - February 2001. Cattolica Assicurazioni, Verona.

1999-1999

Associate, Risk Management B.A., December 1999 - Jannuary 2000. Intesa Asset Management, Milan.

Teaching experience
2006-2008

Instructor for Masters in Financial Engineering program, Haas Business School, Berkeley - Software Workshops 2007-2008: MatLab for Finance.

External publications
2020
Journal of Financial Economics
The Importance of Being Special: Repo Markets During the Crisis
  • Corradin Stefano
  • and Maddaloni Angela
2016
Journal of Financial Intermediation
The Effect of Personal Bankruptcy Exemptions on Investment in Home Equity
  • Corradin Stefano
  • Reint Gropp
  • Harry Huizinga and Luc Laeven
2015
Review of Financial Studies
House Prices, Home Equity Borrowing, and Entrepreneurship
  • Corradin Stefano and Alexander Popov
2014
Journal of Money Credit and Banking
Household Leverage
  • Corradin Stefano
2013
Review of Financial Studies
Optimal Portfolio Choice with Predictability in House Prices and Transaction Costs
  • Corradin Stefano
  • Jose Fillat and Carles Vergaraa-Alert
2010
Handbook of Short Selling, Academic Press
Do Option Prices Reveal Short-Sale Restrictions Impact on Banks? The German Case
  • Corradin Stefano
  • Marco Lo Duca and Sommacampagna Cristina