Dr Francesco Carli

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Lecturer In Economics

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

Department

BL Deakin Business School

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Graduate Certificate of Higher Ed. Learning & Teaching, Deakin University, 2018

Biography

Dr Francesco Carli is a lecturer in Economics in the Department of Economics at Deakin University. Francesco completed in 2013 his PhD in Economics at Washington University in St. Louis. Francesco joined Deakin University in October of 2015, and he was previously a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Catòlica Lisbon School of Business and Economics. 

His research interests are in macroeconomics and monetary economics, contract theory, financial institutions and services. Recent papers analyse the role of the payment system on the flow of information in credit markets, the aggregate consequences of credit market imperfections, the efficient design of group loan contracts.

His teaching is in macroeconomic theory, financial intermediation and banking, decision making under uncertainty, and information economics.

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Research interests

  • Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics
  • Contract Theory
  • Financial Institutions and Services

Affiliations

  • Program Committee Member, "Lisbon Meetings in Game Theory and Applications", (2014-2015)

Teaching interests

  • Macroeconomics
  • Monetary Economics
  • Contract Theory
  • Financial Institutions and Services

Professional activities

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Publications

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2017

Joint-liability with endogenously asymmetric group loan contracts

F Carli, B Uras

(2017), Vol. 127, pp. 72-90, Journal of development economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2015

Costly monitoring, dynamic incentives, and default

G Antinolfi, F Carli

(2015), Vol. 159, pp. 105-119, Journal of economic theory, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

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Supervisions

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