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Carlo Gallimberti

Assistant Professor




Professor Gallimberti's research interests are: debt contracts, borrower-lender information asymmetrics, and banks' and firms' investing and financing decisions. He actively investigates how the accounting information provided by firms influences their relationships with lenders and lending decision outcomes. Specifically, Gallimberti's research focuses on whether borrowing firms change their governance structure when they engage in intense relationships with one or more banks, how the convenent structure of loan contracts relate to the firms' risk-taking behaviors and whether borrowers' accounting information ultimately improves the outcome of banks' lending decisions. 


  • Borrowers’ Financial Reporting and the Quality of Banks’ Loan Portfolios. The Accounting Review (forthcoming)
  • Consolidation: Preparing and Understanding Consolidated Financial Statements Under IFRS (with Antonio Marra and Annalisa Prencipe), McGraw Hill Higher Education, 2013


Before starting his Ph.D. program, Professor Gallimberti worked as a consultant in a boutique firm in Milan, mainly dealing with firms and assets valuation, debt restructuring and accounting-related advisory.