Nicoletta
Marinelli


Marinelli
Italy Assistant Professor of Finance University of Macerata Visiting Faculty
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BIO

Nicoletta Marinelli is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Department of Economics and Law, University of Macerata – Italy, where she teaches Financial Risk Management and Financial Derivatives. At Bologna Business School, she has taught Behavioral Finance in the Master in Fintech and Finance and in the Master in Wealth Management. Her main academic interests are in the area of behavioral finance, institutional investors, risk management, alternative and social impact investments. She is the winner of the Best Paper Award at the 4th Social Impact Investments International Conference (2020). She has also participated to a Research project funded by the Ministry of Education on Financial Risk Tolerance for the years 2007-2010 and she was also the Local Coordinator for another Research project funded by the Ministry of Education on Social Impact Finance for the years 2017-2020. Over the course of her research activity, she has developed specific skills in the use of a network approach to investigate finance and corporate finance phenomena. For instance, in her co-authored paper “Institutional investor network and firm value” (Journal of Business Research, 2020) she analyzed the network of US active institutional investors and the resulting impact on firm value. For a detailed curriculum vitae, please see the following link: http://docenti.unimc.it/nicoletta.marinelli.

COURSES

Questo corso propone un approccio alternativo allo studio dei mercati finanziari: la finanza comportamentale. Questo approccio parte dal presupposto che il principio della razionalità degli investitori è contraddetta sia dalla ricerca psicologica che dall’evidenza empirica. Il corso offre un’introduzione di questo argomento e include i risultati della finanza comportamentale per aiutare a comprendere molte questioni irrisolte della finanza tradizionale. Gli aspetti psicologici legati al confronto rispetto a controparti/consulenti finanziari automatizzati, anziché umani, saranno discussi all’interno del corso.