Long-Term Investors@UniTo (LTI@UniTO) is a think tank established as a joint initiative of some of the major Italian market players in long term financing and Università di Torino.

LTI@UniTO studies long-term investors, which include foundations, endowments, asset managers, insurance companies, family offices and private-public partnerships, as well as pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.

The think tank aims to foster long-term investing in the real economy among institutional investors, contributing to growth and stability. The think tank supports independent research and organizes academic and policy events to inform the debate between long-term investors and policymakers.

LTI@UniTO organizes an executive education program and the LTI Colloquia. to spread long-term investment values and competences and publishes, together with CEPR, the LTI Reports.

Pietro Garibaldi is the Director of LTI@Unito.

5 Research Fellowships for the year 2025

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Candidates must send their application (CV + research program, approximately 2 pages) to lti@carloalberto.org before midnight, ECT, June 30th, 2024.

lti fellowships
June 26, 2024 @ 09:00

5th LTI@UniTO/Bank of Italy Workshop on Long-term investors’ trends: theory and practice

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3rd LTI Report

“Disasters and (Bank) Financing“ by Mikhail Mamonov, Steven Ongena and Anna Pestova

The third LTI Report “Disasters and (Bank) Financing“ by Mikhail Mamonov, Steven Ongena and Anna Pestova  has been published together with CEPR.

Read the article on vox.eu here.

Download the 3rd LTI Report here.

New Fellows

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The Scientific Committee has awarded 4 senior fellowships for the year 2024: Andrea Buffa (University of Colorado Boulder), Chotibhak Jotikasthira (Southern Methodist University), Davide Pettenuzzo (Brandeis University) and Stéphane Villeneuve (Toulouse School of Economics)

The following fellows are visiting LTI@UniTO at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in 2023: Diego García (University of Colorado Boulder), Andrea Roncoroni (ESSEC Business School, Paris-Singapore), Andrea Tarelli (Catholic University of Milan) and Michela Altieri (Luiss Guido Carli University).

New working papers


New working papers are available here.

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