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Paolo Zagaglia

Associate Professor

Department of Cultural Heritage

Academic discipline: SECS-P/02 Economic Policy

Curriculum vitae

Current Position: Department of Cultural Heritage, Università di Bologna (Ravenna Campus), 2019- , Associate Professor of Economics (with tenure)


Previous professional experience:

Department of Cultural Heritage, Università di Bologna, 2012-2019, Assistant Professor of Economics (tenured)

Department of Economics, Università di Bologna, 2010-2012, Research Fellow

Sveriges Riksbank, Stockholm, 2009-2010, Economist

European Central Bank, Monetary Policy Strategy Division, Frankfurt am Main, 2008, Ph.D. Intern

Bank of Finland, Research Unit, Helsinki, 2008, Visiting Scholar

Bank of England, Monetary Instruments and Markets Division, London, 2008, Ph.D. Intern

European Central Bank, Monetary Policy Stance Division, Frankfurt am Main, 2007, Ph.D. Intern

Bipielle Suisse, Lugano, 2007, Lecturer

BI Norwegian School of Management, Oslo, 2006-2007, Research Fellow

Norges Bank, Modelling Unit, Oslo, 2006, Ph.D. Intern

Stockholm University, Department of Economics, Stockholm, 2003-2006, Research Fellow

Università di Ancona, Dipartimento di Economia, Ancona, 2002, Research Fellow


Refereeing activities:

Applied Economics, Asia-Pacific Financial Markets, Bulletin of Economic Research, Computational Economics, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Energy Economics, Finnish Economic Papers, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Futures Markets, Journal of Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Resources Policy, Research in Business and Management Journal, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Small Business Economics


Seminar and workshop presentations:

Bank of England (2008), Bank of Finland (2016, 2012, 2008), BI Norwegian Business School (2006), Catholic University of Leuven (2009), Eesti Pank (2016), European Central Bank (2008, 2007), Stockholm University (2007), Sveriges Riksbank (2009), Hanken Swedish School of Economics (2013), Università di Bologna (2011, 2010), Università di Milano-Bicocca (2012)


Conference presentations:

2013: Money, Macro and Finance Conference (London), XXI Finance Forum (Segovia),

6th International Conference of the ERCIM WG on Computational and Methodological Statistics (London),

World Finance and Banking Symposium (Beijing)

2009: Research Forum on Macro-Finance Modelling

(Invited Speaker, Centre for Central Banking Studies, Bank of England)

2008: 4th Dynare Conference (Federal Reserve Bank of Boston)

2006: SCE Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance (Cyprus)

2003: EEA Annual Meeting (Stockholm)


Organized conference sessions:

2017: Computational Linguistics in Macroeconomics and Finance (RCEA Money-Macro-Finance Workshop)


Invited discussions:

DSGE Models in the Policy Environment (Banca d'Italia, June 2008): "DSGE Model of the Term Structure with Regime Shifts", by Gianni Amisano and Oreste Tristani

Second Oslo Workshop on Monetary Policy (Norwegian School of Management, June 2007): "The lending channel under optimal choice of monetary policy", by Juha Kilponen and Alistair Milne


Grants and scholarships:

Research grant, Forenings Sparbanken, July 2007-June 2008

Travel grant, Nordic Network in Economics, August 2004

Stockholm University fellowship, June 2002-October 2006

Research grant, Banca Popolare di Ancona, April-September 2002