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Gian Luca Tassinari

Adjunct Professor

Department of Economics

Department of Statistical Sciences "Paolo Fortunati"

Department of Management

Teaching tutor

Department of Management

Department of Economics

Curriculum vitae


Qualifications

- Ph.D in "Computational Methods for forcasting and economic and financial decisions",
University of Bergamo, Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Applications (DMSIA).

- Four-year Degree in "Economics" cum Laude, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)

- Other schools

a) "Nonlinear Analysis with applications in Economics, Energy and Transportation", University of Bergamo, Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Applications (DMSIA).

b) "Frontiers in Financial Mathematics - Fourier Methods in Finance and Lèvy Processes", University of Bologna, Department of Mathematics for Economics and Social Sciences (MATEMATES).

 

Research grants

On March 18, 2012 he get a research grant at the Department of Applied Mathematics for Economic and Social Sciences in Bologna.

Project title: "Building multivariate stochastic processes and measuring the impact of an equivalent change of probability measure on marginal and joint processes and on the underlying factors driving the dependence structure: theory and applications to finance"

On 19/03/2013 he get the renewal of the research grant for a further year at the Department of Mathematics in Bologna.

Academic Experience

- TEACHING

2010/11
- Financial Mathematics I, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)
- Financial Mathematics II, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)
- Stochastic Time Change and Multivariate Lèvy Processes, University of Bologna, Advanced Course in Mathematical Finance, Department of Mathematics
Upon deactivation:
- Computer Methods and Tools for economic and financial decisions (two courses), University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)

2011/12
- Financial Mathematics I, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)
- Financial Mathematics II, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)
- Stochastic Time Change and Multivariate Lèvy Processes, University of Bologna, Advanced Course in Mathematical Finance, Department of Mathematics
- Financial Mathematics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Rimini)
- Mathematics for Economists, University of Bologna, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Economics and Economic Policy

Upon deactivation:
- Computer Methods and Tools for economic and financial decisions (two courses), University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)

2012/13
- Financial Mathematics  II, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics (Forlì)
- Crash Course in Mathematics, University of Bologna, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Economics and Economic Policy

2013/14
- Crash Course in Mathematics, University of Bologna, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) In Economics and Economic Policy

2014/15

- Advanced Methods of Risk Management (modulo I), University of Bologna, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Quantitative Finance

- Advanced Mathematical Finance - Credit Derivatives, University of Bologna, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Quantitative Finance

2015/16

- Econometrics of Financial Markets, University di Bologna, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Quantitative Finance

- Econometrics of Risk, University of Bologna, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Statistical, Financial and Actuarial Sciences

2016/17

- General Mathematics, First cycle degree programmes (L) in Economics and business curriculum Economics and Management, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Forlì

- General Mathematics (module 2), First cycle degree programmes (L) in Economics and business curriculum Economics and business, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Forlì

- Financial Economics (module 2), First cycle degree programmes (L) in Economics of Tourism, School of Economics, Management and Statistica – Campus Rimini

- Introduction to Finance,  First cycle degree programmes (L) in Economics and business Internazional curriculum, School of Economics, Management and Statistica - Campus Forlì

- Crash course in Mathematics, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Resource economics and sustainable development, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Rimini

- Crash course in Quantitative Methods, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Economics and management, Internazional curriculum, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Forlì

- Market Risk II, may 2017, Master of Science in Quantitative Risk Management, Department of Statistical Sciences “Paolo Fortunati”, Bologna

- Credit Risk I, june 2017, Master of Science in Quantitative Risk Management, Department of Statistical Sciences “Paolo Fortunati”, Bologna

2017/18

- Corporate valuation models, First cycle degree programmes (L) in Economics and business curriculum Economics and Management, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Forlì

- Corporate valuation models, First cycle degree programmes (L) in Economics and business curriculum Economics and business, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Forlì

- Introduction to Finance (module. 1), First cycle degree programmes (L) in Economics and business Internazional curriculum, School of Economics, Management and Statistica - Campus Forlì

- Crash course in Mathematics, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Resource economics and sustainable development, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Rimini

- Crash course in Econometrics, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Resourse economics and sustainable development, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Rimini

- Crash course in Quantitative Methods, Second cycle degree programmes (LM) in Economics and management, Internazional curriculum, School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Campus Forlì

 

- CRASH COURSES AND TUTORING

He held various positions of tutoring at different levels at the University of Bologna and Bergamo concerning the following areas:

- Mathematical Analysis for Engineering
- Mathematics
- Statistics

- Econometrics
- Financial Mathematics
- Quantitative Methods for Economics

- Computer Methods and Tools