Dr. Nicola Pavanini, Associate Professor

Department of Finance, Tilburg University

                         Curriculum Vitae

”The Effects of Policy Interventions to Limit Illegal Money Lending” (2024),

with Kaiwen Leong, Huailu Li, and Christoph Walsh, accepted at Journal of Financial Economics

”Collateral and Asymmetric Information in Lending Markets” (2022)

with Vasso Ioannidou and Yushi Peng, Journal of Financial Economics, 144(1)

”Welfare and Redistribution in Residential Electricity Markets with Solar Power” (2022),

with Fabian Feger and Doina Radulescu, Review of Economic Studies, 89(6)

Media Coverage: Ökonomenstimme column (in German)

”Asymmetric Information and Imperfect Competition in Lending Markets” (2018),

with Gregory Crawford and Fabiano Schivardi, American Economic Review, 108(7)

Media Coverage: VoxEu Column

”Do Leaders Affect Ethical Conduct?” (2017),

with Giovanna d’Adda, Donja Darai, and Roberto Weber, Journal of the European Economic Association, 15(6)

”The Shadow Value of Unconventional Monetary Policy” (2022),

with Ugo Albertazzi, Lorenzo Burlon, and Tomas Jankauskas, revise and resubmit at Review of Economic Studies

“The Impact of Alternative Forms of Bank Consolidation on Credit Supply and Financial Stability” (2022),

with Sergio Mayordomo and Emanuele Tarantino, revise and resubmit at Review of Financial Studies

"The Value of Financial Intermediation: Evidence from Online Debt Crowdfunding" (2022),

with Fabio Braggion, Alberto Manconi, and Haikun Zhu, revise and resubmit at Journal of Financial Economics

Media Coverage: CUHK Machine Lawyering blog column

"Leverage Regulation and Housing Inequality" (2023),

with Jens Kvaerner and Yushi Peng

“Market Structure, Vertical Integration and Farmers' Welfare in the Costa Rica Coffee Industry”,

with Fabrizio Leone, Rocco Macchiavello, and Josepa Miquel-Florensa

”The Value of Information in Relationship Lending”,

with Pietro Porcari, Giacomo Rodano, Enrico Sette, and Fabiano Schivardi

"The Welfare Effects of Airbnb on the Mortgage Market",

with Ertunç Aydogdu, Fabio Braggion, and Mauro Mastrogiacomo