LTI@UniTO sponsors independent research on Long-Term Investments conducted by Fellows selected on a yearly basis via a competitive call. Fellows are senior or junior scholars spending two months visiting LTI@UniTO at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Torino.

Maria FLORA, CREST ENSAE, Paris Spring 2021 The long-term impact of flash crashes
Roberto RENO', University of Verona Spring 2021 The long-term impact of flash crashes
Andrea MODENA, Goethe University Frankfurt Summer 2021 (TBC) Bank Capital, Wealth Distribution, and the Risk-free Rate
Stanislava NIKOLOVA, University of Nebraska Lincoln Fall 2021 Trading of Newly Issued Corporate Bonds
Ugo Panizza, IHIED Geneva Fall 2020/2021 TBA Long-term Investing in Emerging Markets: The role of local currency bonds
Ludwig CHINCARINI, University of San Francisco School of Management Spring 2022 Crowding: short and long-term consequences of crowding and its association to liquidity
Fabio MONETA, University of Ottawa Spring 2022 Holding Horizon: A New Measure of Active Investment Management
Sohnke BARTRAM, Warwick Business School 2019/2020 Inefficiencies in Global Capital Markets
Milo BIANCHI, Toulouse School of Economics 2019/2020 Robo advising for long-term investors
Raffaele DELLA CROCE, OECD 2019/2020 Engaging Institutional Investors in infrastructure financing
Anastasia KARTASHEVA, University of St. Gallen 2019/2020 Structure and complexity of global insurer
Andrea BERARDI, Universita' Ca' Foscari, Venezia 2018/2019 Decomposing long-term yields
Stefano COLONNELLO, Halle Institute For Economic Research 2018/2019 Bank heterogeneity in monitoring
Richard B. EVANS, Darden Business School, University of Virginia 2018/2019 Exchange-traded funds and their impact on proxy-voting
Gianfranco GIANFRATE, EDHEC Business School 2018/2019 Do Institutional Investors Affect Corporate Carbon Footprint? International Evidence
Mariana KHAPKO, University of Toronto 2018/2019 Reconciling interest rate and equity term structures
Armando RUNGI, IMT Lucca 2018/2019 Determinants of short and long-term investment choices by banking and non-banking foundations
Francesco SANGIORGI, Frankfurt School of Finance 2018/2019 Competition for informed trading and corporate short-termism
Claudio TEBALDI, Bocconi University 2018/2019 Life-cycle investor protection and optimal regulation of long-term delegated investing
Michael YOUNG, Darden Business School, University of Virginia 2018/2019 Exchange-traded funds and their impact on proxy-voting
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