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Jacopo Carmassi

Nome

Jacopo 

Cognome

Carmassi

Dipartimento

DEF

Area Scientifico Disciplinare

ECONOMIA DEGLI INTERMEDIARI FINANAZIARI

Titolo del programma di ricerca 

La nuova architettura istituzionale della finanza
in Europa

Docente responsabile

Prof. Giorgio Di Giorgio

Inizio attività

3/3/2014

Termine attività

2/3/2015

Breve curriculum vitae

(max. 1000 caratteri)

Current positions:

  • LUISS Guido Carli, Department of Economics and Finance, Arcelli Center for Monetary and Financial Studies (CASMEF), Research Fellow
  • Wharton Financial Institutions Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Fellow

Past positions:

  • 2008-2014: Assonime – Association of Joint Stock Companies incorporated in Italy, Economist
  • Wharton Financial Institutions Center, October 2006-February 2008, May 2013-August 2013, Visiting Scholar
  • 2004-2005: ABI – Italian Banking Association, Researcher

Education:

  • 2006-2009: PhD in Law and Economics, LUISS Guido Carli, Rome
  • 2000-2004: Laurea in Economics, cum laude, La Sapienza, Rome
  • 2000-2004: University College "Lamaro-Pozzani", Federazione Nazionale dei Cavalieri del Lavoro, Rome

Research interests:

  • Bank regulation and supervision, financial crises, European banking union, systemically important banks, bank corporate structures and complexity, bank crisis resolution, recovery and resolution plans 

Pubblicazioni

Journal articles:
  • Carmassi, J. and R.J. Herring (2013), Living Wills and Cross-Border Resolution of Systemically Important Banks, Journal of Financial Economic Policy, Vol. 5, No. 4, November, pp. 361-387.
  • Caccavaio, M., J. Carmassi, G. Di Giorgio and M. Spallone (2012), SMEs and the Challenge to Go Public: Evidence From a Recent Survey, CASMEF Working Paper 2012/02, LUISS Guido Carli, and Rivista Bancaria, Minerva Bancaria, N. 2-3, pp. 31-67.
  • Carmassi, J., D. Gros and S. Micossi (2009), The Global Financial Crisis: Causes and Cures, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 47, No. 5, November, pp. 977-996.
  • Herring, R.J. and J. Carmassi (2008), The Structure of Cross-Sector Financial Supervision, Journal of Financial Markets, Institutions and Instruments, vol. 17, n.1, pp. 51-76.
  • Amici, A., J. Carmassi, F. Masala and F. Palisi (2006), I conflitti di interesse nell'industria finanziaria europea: tassonomia, procedure di gestione e norme comunitarie, Bancaria, n. 7-8.

Chapters in books and short monographies:

  • Herring, R.J. and J. Carmassi (2014), Complexity and systemic risk: what's changed since the crisis?, in A.N. Berger, P. Molyneux and J.O.S Wilson (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Banking, 2nd edition, forthcoming.
  • Carmassi, J. and S. Micossi (2012), Time to Set Banking Regulation Right, CEPS Paperback, Brussels, March.
  • Fitoussi, J.P., J. Carmassi, G. Di Giorgio, R.J. Gordon, S. Micossi, P. Parascandolo, E.S. Phelps, C. Pissarides, F. Saraceno, E. Wasmer (2010), After the crisis – the way ahead, LIGEP, LUISS International Group of Economic Policy, LUISS University Press, Rome, October.
  • Carmassi, J., E. Luchetti and S. Micossi (2010), Overcoming too-big-to-fail – A Regulatory Framework to Limit Moral Hazard and Free Riding in the Financial Sector, Report of the Assonime-CEPS Task Force on Bank Crisis Resolution, CEPS, Brussels, March.
  • Herring, R.J. and J. Carmassi (2010), The Corporate Structure of International Financial Conglomerates: Complexity and Its Implications for Safety & Soundness, in A.N. Berger, P. Molyneux and J.O.S. Wilson, (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Banking.
  • Di Noia, C. and S. Micossi, with J. Carmassi and F. Peirce (2009), Keep it Simple – Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis, Note e Studi, Assonime - CEPS Paperback, Rome-Brussels.
  • Carmassi, J. (2007), Angelo Costa e l'integrazione europea, in V. Zamagni and F. Fauri (eds.), Angelo Costa. Un ritratto a più dimensioni, Bologna, il Mulino.
  • Carmassi J. (2004), La regolamentazione e i costi della vigilanza sui mercati mobiliari, in G. Di Giorgio and C. Di Noia (eds.), Intermediari e mercati finanziari, Bologna, il Mulino.

Policy briefs and commentaries:

  • Micossi, S., G. Bruzzone e J. Carmassi (2013), The new European framework for managing bank crises, CEPS Policy Brief No. 304, Brussels, November.
  • Carmassi, J., C. Di Noia and S. Micossi (2012), Banking Union: A federal model for the European Union with prompt corrective action, CEPS Policy Brief No. 282, Brussels, September.
  • Carmassi, J., C. Di Noia and S. Micossi (2012), Banking Union in the Eurozone and the European Union, CEPS Commentary, Brussels, June.
  • Micossi, S., J. Carmassi and F. Peirce (2011), On the Tasks of the European Stability Mechanism, CEPS Policy Brief No. 235, Brussels, March. 

Ricerche in corso

  • Emerging trends in financial regulation and supervision in the European Union, with G. Di Giorgio and D. Curcio.
  • Corporate structures, complexity and resolution of global systemically important banks, with R.J. Herring.