Prof. Dr. Angelo Ranaldo is Full Professor of Finance and Systemic Risk at the University of St.Gallen and Member of the School of Finance. He also holds the Swiss Finance Institute (SFI) Senior Chair and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Zurich. The European Central Bank has awarded him the 2018 Duisenberg Fellowship. He has served as a consultant and scientific advisor to international institutions such as the Bank of England, Bank of International Settlements, European Central Bank and European Money Market Institute.
Fields of research:
- systemic risk and financial stability
- market microstructure
- international finance
- asset pricing
- monetary policy
His research papers in these fields are well-documented through many publications in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, such as in Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Review of Finance, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of Financial & Quantitative Analysis, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of International Money & Finance, Journal of Empirical Finance and European Journal of Finance.
Before joining the University of St.Gallen, Prof. Ranaldo worked for several years as an economic advisor and member of senior management at the Swiss National Bank (SNB). His professional experience also includes a visiting position as Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve of New York and several years in the banking areas of asset allocation and risk management.
After completing his undergraduate and master studies at the University Bocconi, he obtained his doctoral degree from the University of Fribourg. He also was as a visiting scholar at the New York University – Stern School of Business. Prof. Ranaldo's teaching experience includes several lectures at the Universities of Fribourg and Zurich as well as a visiting professorship at Aarhus University in Denmark. Angelo completed his "habilitation" at the University of Zurich, Swiss Finance Institute.
Research websites: SSRN, RePEc / IDEAS