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Professor Paolo Volpin

Associate Professor of Finance
Institute of Finance and Accounting, London Business School
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Paolo Volpin, Associate Professor of Finance, Institute of Finance and Accounting, London Business School
ECGI Research Associate (2002) :

Paolo F. Volpin is Associate Professor of Finance and the JP Morgan Chase Research Fellow at London Business School. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. His field of research is Corporate Finance. Currently, his interests focus on International Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance and Political Economy of Corporate Finance. Some of his work has been published on the Journal of Financial Economics and the Oxford Review of Economic Policy.

Research Interests
Corporate governance
International corporate finance
Political economy of corporate finance

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Competition for Managers, Corporate Governance and Incentive Compensation ECGI Finance Working Paper 399/2014 December 2013
Seeking Alpha: Excess Risk Taking and Competition for Managerial Talent ECGI Finance Working Paper 398/2014 December 2013
Corporate Governance Externalities ECGI Finance Working Paper 195/2008 November 2007 Joint winner of the 2008 ECGI Best Paper Competition
Politics, Investor Protection and Competition ECGI Finance Working Paper 162/2007 May 2007
Shareholder Protection, Stock Market Development, and Politics ECGI Finance Working Paper 105/2005 November 2005
Cross-Country Determinants of Mergers and Acquisitions ECGI Finance Working Paper 025/2003 September 2003
History of Corporate Ownership in Italy ECGI Finance Working Paper 017/2003 March 2003
Managers, Workers, and Corporate Control ECGI Finance Working Paper 001/2002 October 2002 Winner of the 2005 Egon Zehnder International Prize (Best paper on company boards and their role in corporate governance)

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