Professor of International Finance
Former Chair, Finance Group
Corporate Finance & Financial Systems
Banking, corporate finance and governance; political economy of finance; organization theory; legal and financial history
Financial Regulation (Master course)
Banking Theory (PhD Course)
Institutions and Financial Structure (PhD course)
Advanced Corporate Finance
International Corporate Finance
Corporate Governance (PhD course)
Supervised twelve PhD students over 2004-2014
Enrico Perotti is Professor of International Finance at the University of Amsterdam, a Fellow of the European Economic Association and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) in London. Previously he was on the faculty at the Graduate School of Management at Boston University and at LSE.
His research focuses on banking, corporate finance and governance, international finance, theory of the firm and entrepreneurial innovation. He has written on strategic financing choices, banking instability, corporate governance, formation of innovative firms, leadership. His publications appeared in major academic journals, such as the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of International Economics, and Management Science.
Enrico Perotti has held visiting appointments at MIT, IMF, London Business School, London School of Economics, and Central European University. He actively organizes top level small scale academic workshops on current topics in finance and regulation, and acted as consultant to the EC, IMF, FSB, World Bank and as senior advisor on Macro Prudential policy at DNB. In 2011-12 he was nominated the Houblon Normal Fellow at the Bank of England, visiting the Financial Stability Area. In 2012-2014 he has advised the ECB on banking regulation and financial stability.In 2015 he has been nominated a Duisenberg Research Fellow at the European Central Bank.
He is an Italian citizen and father of two daughter, an avid reader, traveller and hiker. He is sometimes found rowing in a vier-persoon-boot on the Amstel river.
Banking and Financial Regulation
Contingent Convertible Debt and Bank Risk Taking
International Financial Flows and Instability
Political Economy of Finance