PhD, MIT Sloan School of Management

Since his PhD in Finance at MIT (1990), Enrico Perotti has taught in Boston and London before becoming Professor of International Finance at the University of Amsterdam.  His research in banking and corporate finance, organization theory, political economy, legal and financial history has appeared in top journals. Prof. Perotti has held visiting appointments at MIT, LSE, Oxford and London Business School. His advisory work has focused on policy advice on issues of banking, financial reforms and stability to the EC, ECB, IMF, DNB, Bank of England, New York Fed, the World Bank and the UK Treasury. He has been a frequent visiting scholar at the IMF research department. He was nominated to the Houblon-Normal Fellowship at the Bank of England in 2011-12, and as Duisenberg Fellow at the ECB in 2015. He has served as Senior Advisor for Financial Stability at the ECB and DNB. Enrico Perotti has two daughters and rows regularly in a four person team on the Amstel river.

Barcelona GSE Working Papers

Nicola Gennaioli and Enrico Perotti

Standardized Enforcement: Access to Justice vs. Contractual Innovation