Nicola Limodio is a Visiting Fellow at the Economics Department and the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance at Princeton University. He received his PhD in Economics from LSE in Summer 2017 and joined the Finance Department of Bocconi University in Fall 2017.
Nicola’s research focuses on banking, corporate finance and development economics. He is particularly interested in researching the role of banks in emerging markets, which are the most relevant constraints they face and what is the optimal design of local financial institutions (i.e. central bank discount rates, interbank markets, liquidity management technology, financial regulation, deposit insurance, etc).