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Andrea Carosi

Adjunct Professor of International Economics


Professor Carosi is Associate Professor of Corporate Finance at the University of Sassari. Prior to his appointment at the University of Sassari he held the positions of Adjunct Professor of Corporate Finance, University of Bologna (2011-2016); Associate Lecturer, Westminster Business School (2008-2009); Post-doc Research Fellow in Corporate Finance, University of Bologna (2008-2011). He earned his PhD in Finance, Catholic University of Milan (2008) and was an Exchange Ph.D. Student in Finance, Krannert School of Management Purdue University (2006). He received his MA in Political Economy, University of Bologna (2004).
"Retirement Saving in the UK: a Life-Cycle Analysis," in Studies in Economics and Finance (2018); "Family Firm Local Involvement and the Local Home Bias Phenomenon," in Long Range Planning (2017); "Do Local Causations Matter? The Effect of Firm Location on the Relations of ROE, R&D, and Firm Size with Market-to-Book," in Journal of Corporate Finance (2016); "Does the Earnings Quality Matter? Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Setting," in Finance Research Letter (2016); "Local IPOs, Local Delistings, and the Firm Location Premium," in Journal of Banking and Finance (2015).



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