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Dr Andrea Pasqualini

Dr Andrea Pasqualini

  • Career Development Fellow in Economics


I completed my undergraduate (2012) and graduate (2014) studies at Ca' Foscari University of Venice. In 2015 I moved to Milan to pursue my PhD at Bocconi University, which I obtained in January 2021. I then moved to Oxford, where I currently am a Career Development Fellow associated both with the Department of Economics and Lincoln College.

College teaching

I am eager to teach most subject in Economics. At Lincoln College, I am a tutor for Macroeconomics. In the past, I have delivered classes in Computational and Numerical Methods for Macroeconomists, as well as Microeconomics and Financial Intermediation, ranging from the undergraduate to the PhD level.


My research interests deal with market power in financial markets, with a focus on its macroeconomic consequences. I study how and how much banks and other financial institutions exert market power, including loan and deposit markets. I am also interested in the interaction that bank market power has with credit misallocation, financial stability, and the transmission of monetary policy.

Select publications

An Entropy-Based Early Warning Indicator for Systemic Risk (with M. Billio, R. Casarin and M. Costola), Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money 45, 2016, pp. 42-59,