About Me: 

I am a senior lecturer at the Monash Business Schoolbased in the Caulfield Campus in Melbourne, Australia.  
My research, teaching, and policy interest are international economics, macro-finance, and banking.

I am also     - a research Associate at the Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 
                    - a member of the Research Program Committee on Banking and Financial Institutions at the Australian Center for Financial Studies, and
                    - a member of the Monash Center for Development and Sustainability.

Until June 2015, I was a research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and an adjunct lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis.

CV and contact:    Monash Business School  - Dept. of Banking and Finance 
                               Caulfield Campus  -  Room H3.89 - Caulfield East - Australia
Email:                     silvio.contessi

Research in progress - with drafts 
  • Aggregate Shocks and the Two Sides of Credit Reallocation, with Riccardo di Cecio and Johanna Francis, January 2015 draft, for an updated draft please email.
  • Financial Choice and International Trade, with Il-Hyun Cho, Kathryn Russ, and Diego Valderrama, March 2016 draft, please email
  • Risk Migration in Fixed Income Markets, with Pierangelo De Pace, August 2016 draft, please email 
  • Data Availability in Banking and Capital Markets in Australia in a Comparative Perspective: Deficiencies and Opportunities, Commissioned by the Australian Center for Financial Studies 
Melbourne economics/finance events:

    Reading Group
  • 2nd Monash Business School Macro+Finance Workshop - 11 April 2017 
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