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Dr. E.D. (Edoardo David) Martino LLM

Assistant Professor of Law & Economics
Faculty of Law
Law & Economics

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Room number: 6.08
Postal address
  • Postbus 15679
    1001 ND Amsterdam
  • Profile

    Edoardo D. Martino (Montevarchi – Italy, 1991) is Assistant Professor of Law (tenure track) at the Amsterdam Center for Law and Economics (ACLE), University of Amsterdam (UvA). Edoardo is also a Research Associate at the European Banking Institute (EBI).

    Before joining UvA, Edoardo earned his PhD in Law and Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), an LL.M. from the European Master in Law and Economics – EMLE (with distinction) and Law Degree from University of Florence (summa cum laude). He was a visiting researcher in several Universities, such as Oxford University, University of Hamburg, Goethe University Frankfurt and University of Bologna.

    Edoardo engages in research and teaching activities in the broad field of Law&Finance. His research focuses on corporate governance, financial regulation and fintech. On these topics, he published book chapters in houses such as Routledge and Edward Elgar, as well as articles in journals such as European Business Organization Law Review (EBOR), Journal of Corporate Law Studies (JCLS), and European Journal of Risk Regulation (EJRR) and the Journal of Banking Regulation (JBRe). He is a guest contributor to, among others, the Oxford Business Law Blog and the Columbia Blue Sky Blog.

    CV

  • Publications

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    2021

    2020

    2019

    2017

    2024

    2023

    2022

    • Martino, E. D. (Author). (2022). What is Wrong with the EU Market in Crypto-Asset Regulation? Stablecoin between Innovation and Financial Stability. Web publication or website, Oxford Business Law Blog.

    2021

    2020

    2019

    2023

    2020

    • Martino, E. D., Cecchinato, E., & Brozzetti, A. (2020). Supervisione Bancaria e Covid-19. In U. Malvagna, & A. Sciarrone Alibrandi (Eds.), Sistema Produttivo e Finanziario Post Covid-19 (pp. 165). Pacini Editore s.r.l..

    Prize / grant

    • Martino, E. (2023). ARLIS Methods and Interdisciplinary and Multi-disciplinary Research Fund.
    • Martino, E. & Soons, O. (2022). Banks’ dividend payout and financial resilience. Long-term trends and efficient regulation.
    • Martino, E. (2019). Visit Grant.
    • Martino, E. (2019). Erasmus+ Grant.

    Membership / relevant position

    • Martino, E. (2021). Associate Researcher, European Banking Institute.
    • Martino, E. (2019). Young Scholars Community, European Corporate Governance Institute.
    • Martino, E. (2018-2021). Young Researcher, European Banking Institute.

    Talk / presentation

    • Martino, E. (speaker) (20-11-2020). Regulating Bank Governance for Achieving Financial Stability: The Case for Creditors’ Governance Rights, European Association of Banking and Financial Law (AEDBF) - Annual Conference.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (1-4-2020). EU Bank Resolution: the framework and the cases, University of Trento.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (22-3-2020). Who Should Have a Say? The Case for Granting Governance Rights to Bail-Inable Creditors, Maastricht University.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (18-3-2020). Bank Decision-Making and Financial Stability: Who Should Have a Say? The Case for Granting Governance Rights to Bail-Inable Creditors, European University Institute, Florence..
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (20-2-2020). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, European Central Bank.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (22-12-2019). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, EBI Young Researchers Annual Workshop on Banking and Financial Regulation, Frankfurt.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (20-12-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers through bail-inable debt., SIDE - ISLE 2019 - 15TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
      , Milan.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (20-12-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers through bail-inable debt, Italian Conference in Law and Economics.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (31-10-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers with bail-inable debt, Financial Stability Conference, Berlin.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (19-9-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers with bail-inable debt, EDLE Opening Seminar, Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (10-4-2019). Can corporate governance make banks more resilient? And how?, EGSL Lunch Lecture, Roitterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (22-3-2019). Positive and (some) normative insights on the composition of bail-inable debtholders, Joint Seminar 'The Future of Law and Economics', Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (20-2-2019). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, European Central Bank.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (15-2-2019). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, Emle Mid Term Meeting Conference in Law and Economics, Hamburg.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (31-12-2018). Can Contracts Discipline Bankers?, SIDE - ISLE 2018 - 14TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
      , Lecce.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (9-11-2018). Financial Contracting and bail-inable securities. Can contracts discipline bankers?, 3rd year EDLE Workshop, Bologna.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (7-6-2018). Financial contracting and bail-inable securities, Building the Banking Union: the challenges ahead, Lisbon.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (18-5-2018). The Bail-in beyond unpredictability, Cardiff Corporate Governance Research Group - First International Conference, Cardiff.

    Others

    • Martino, E. (visiting researcher) (5-2023 - 6-2023). J.W. Goethe Universität, Frankfurt (visiting an external institution). https://www.lawfin.uni-frankfurt.de/fellows/
    • Martino, E. (organiser), Nabilou, H. (organiser) & Pacces, A. M. (organiser) (20-4-2023 - 21-4-2023). ACLE-EY Research Handbook on Comparative Financial Regulation - Authors’ Workshop, Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Martino, E. (participant) (27-10-2022). ACLE-YSI Young Talents in Law & Finance Conference, Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...). https://sites.google.com/view/junior-corporate-law-scholars/in-person-events/amsterdam-2022
    • Martino, E. (visiting researcher) (1-10-2019 - 23-12-2019). University of Oxford (visiting an external institution).
    • Martino, E. (visiting researcher) (1-4-2017 - 15-7-2017). University of Hamburg (visiting an external institution).
    • Martino, E. (visiting researcher) (1-10-2016 - 31-3-2017). University of Bologna (visiting an external institution).

    2020

    • Martino, E. D. (2020). Bank Governance and the Bail-in in the EU: A Law & Finance analysis on the role of bail-inable creditors. [Thesis, internally prepared, Erasmus University Rotterdam]. http://hdl.handle.net/1765/130437

    2024

    2023

    • Martino, E. D. (2023). Comparative Cryptocurrencies and Stablecoins Regulation: A Framework for a Functional Comparative Analysis. (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper; Vol. 2023, No. 09), (European Banking Institute Working Paper Series; No. 145). https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4500090
    • Martino, E. D. (2023). Monetary Sovereignty in the Digital Era. (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper; Vol. 2023, No. 7), (European Banking Institute Working Paper Series; No. 141). https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4437723
    • Martino, E. D., & Perini, A. (2023). Rescued Banks Back to the Market? (European Banking Institute Working Paper Series ; Vol. 2023 , No. 157), (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper ; Vol. 2023, No. 13). https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4646777
    • Martino, E. D., Pacces, A. M., & Nabilou, H. (2023). Comparative Financial Regulation: The Analytical Framework. (European Corporate Governance Institute - Law Working Paper; Vol. 2023, No. 726), (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper; Vol. 2023, No. 10). https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4522348

    2022

    • Martino, E. D. (2022). Regulating Stablecoins as Private Money between Liquidity and Safety: The Case of the EU 'Market in Crypto Asset' (MiCA) Regulation. (Amsterdam Law School Legal Studies research paper; No. 2022-22), (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics working paper; No. 2022-07). University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4203885

    2021

    • Martino, E. D. (2021). Getting Bank Governance Right: The Interplay between the Resolution Framework and the Role of Creditors, with an Application to EU Law. (Amsterdam Law School Legal Studies Research Paper; No. 2021-08), (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper; No. 2021-04). University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3814700 [details]
    • Martino, E. D., & Chouliara, E. (2021). Risk Retention in Securitization and Empty Creditors. (European Banking Institute Working Paper Series; Vol. 2021, No. 91). https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3824733

    2020

    • Martino, E., & Parchimowicz, K. (2020). Go Preventive or Go Home-A New Role of MREL. (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper; No. 2020-04), (Amsterdam Law School Research Paper; No. 2020-50). University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3678624

    2018

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