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Marco holds a degree in "Economics and Business Management" from the University of Rome "Tor Vergata". In in April 2017, Marco obtained his PhD in "Economics, Public Management and Governance" at the same University.
From 2013 to 2016, he worked as lecturer and assistant for Corporate Governance and Financial Analysis courses at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata".
Marco joined Deloitte Financial Advisory in 2016 in the Valutation, Business Modelling and Economic services team. As assistant manager Marco is currently involved in and coordinates several projects for major international players in the energy, financial, tobacco and sports sectors. The main skills acquired for these types of projects concern the development of econometric models aimed at estimating demand and prices for these sectors. Several players at national and international level require predictive econometric models to assess the impact of policies implemented both nationally and internationally and support companies in defining operational strategies through the use of econometric models developed on the basis of their needs.
Do Stock Option Plans Affect the Firm’s Performance? An Empirical Analysis on the Italian Context. Co-author: Silvia Testarmata - Assistant Professor - University of Rome “Niccolò Cusano”, Alessandro Giosi - Associate professor University of Rome “LUMSA”; in International Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control.
Sitting on the board or sitting on the throne? Evidence of CEOs’ overconfidence from the Italian market. Co-author: Lucrezia Fattobene - Ph.D. Student - University of Rome “Tor Vergata”; Economic notes.
Do Accrual Numbers Really Affect the Financial Market? An Empirical Analysis of ESA Accounts Across EU. Co-author: Alessandro Giosi - Associate professor - University of Rome “LUMSA”, Sandro Brunelli - Postdoctoral Research Fellow - University of Rome “Tor Vergata”; in International Journal of Public Administration.
M&A Operations as Source of Agency Problems on the Short-Term: the Relevance of Corporate Governance Mechanism. Co-author: Alessandro Giosi - Associate professor - University of Rome “LUMSA”, Davide Schina; in Pubblicazioni Sidrea.
Interlocking directorship across Italian listed companies: evidence from a natural experiment. Co-author: Lucrezia Fattobene - Ph.D. Student - University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Emiliano Di Carlo - Associate professor – University of Rome “Tor Vergata”; in Journal of Management & Governance.
Management’s Means and Incentives to Manage Earnings – an Integrated Study in the Italian Market. Co author: Alessandro Giosi - Associate professor - University of Rome “LUMSA”, Lucia Pera, Lorena Ferro; in Int. J. of Managerial and Financial Accounting.
All that glitters is not gold: CEOs’ celebrity beyond media content. Co-author: Lucrezia Fattobene , Vincenzo Farina; in International Journal of Finance & Economics.
CEO duality: newspapers and investors’ opinions. Co-author: Lucrezia Fattobene , Vincenzo Farina; in Review of Accounting and Finance.
Economic and sociological determinants of well-being in Italy: A regional perspective. Co-author: Marco Vulpiani, Elena Croci ; in Journal of Governance and Regulation.
Political connections, media impact and state-owned enterprises: an empirical analysis on corporate financial performance. Co-author: Alessandro Giosi; in Journal of Public Budgeting.