Visiting Assistant Professor
Michele Andreolli is a visiting assistant professor in finance at Boston College's Carroll School of Management. His research focuses on the interactions between debt markets and macroeconomic policy and the role of consumption heterogeneity in the transmission of shocks. In the first strand of research, he shows how imperfections in assets markers, such as limits to arbitrage and imperfect asset substitutability, interact powerfully with the structure of public debt to alter the transmission mechanism of macroeconomic shocks. The second strand of his research agenda focuses on how heterogeneity in consumption patterns across households can be crucial in explaining household behavior and driving the transmission of macroeconomic policies.
He obtained his Ph.D. and M.Res. from London Business School, his M.A. from the Graduate Institute in Geneva, and a B.A. from the University of Milan. In addition to his academic career, he worked for the International Monetary Fund, the Bank of England, and the European Commission, and as a bond analyst.