Center for Relationship Banking and Economics
The Center for Relationship Banking and Economics (CERBE) was established in 2013 with the aim of developing avenues of research and training in order to better understand the importance of relational goods as a means to overcome a simple Laissex-faire approach. In particular, the Center conducts academic research, from both the empirical and theoretical points of view, on two main fields: Relationship Banking and Relationship Economics.
These aims are pursued through many activities, including sponsored research, seminars, conferences carried out by a group of economists from the LUMSA University, in cooperation with researchers from other universities and institutions.
Research seminars of the CERBE: Program
Latest working papers:
- de Rosa D., Murro P. and Rizzolli M. (2019). Happy Families: types, ties and multidimensional wellbeing, CERBE wp n° 33
- Limata P. (2019). Speculating on the application of blockchains in the circular economy, CERBE wp n° 32
- Minetti R., Murro P. and Peruzzi V. (2019). Not all banks are equal. Cooperative banking and income inequality, CERBE wp n° 31
- Ferri G. and Acosta B. A. (2019). Sustainable Finance for Sustainable Development, CERBE wp n° 30
- Ferri G., Murro P., Peruzzi V. and Rotondi Z. (2018). Bank lending technologies and credit availability in Europe. What can we learn from the crisis?, CERBE wp n° 17 (new version)
- Ferri G. and Borsato R. (2018). Urbanization And International Migration From Africa, CERBE wp n° 29
- Ferri G. and Sedehi H. (2018). The System view of the Sustainable Development Goals, CERBE wp n° 28
- Cao Q., Minetti R. and Olivero M.P. (2018). No Pain, No Gain. Multinational Banks in the Business Cycle, CERBE wp n° 27
- Ferri G., Minetti R. and Murro P. (2018). Credit Relationships in the Great Trade Collapse. Micro Evidence from Europe, CERBE wp n° 26