LUCA FANTACCI

LUCA FANTACCI
Lecturer
Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management

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Courses a.y. 2015/2016

20282 STORIA, ISTITUZIONI E CRISI DEL SISTEMA FINANZIARIO GLOBALE [HISTORY, INSTITUTIONS AND CRISES OF THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM]
20512 ECONOMICS AND POLICY OF GLOBAL MARKETS
20533 INSTITUTIONS, GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY - MODULE II A
30067 STORIA ECONOMICA / ECONOMIC HISTORY


Biographical note

Born November 23rd, 1971. Degree in Economics and Social Sciences from Università Bocconi. PhD in Economic and Social History from Università Bocconi.


Academic CV

Assistant Professor of Economic History.


Research areas

History of monetary and financial systems. History of economic thought.


Selected publications

Books: (with M. Amato) Fine della finanza. Da dove viene la crisi e come si può pensare di uscirne, Donzelli, Roma: 2009; Engl. transl.: The end of finance, Polity Press, Cambridge: 2011 (forthcoming); La moneta. Storia di un’istituzione mancata, Marsilio, Venezia: 2005

Edited books: (with M. Amato and L. Doria) Money and calculation. Economic and sociological perspectives, Palgrave, London: 2010; J. M. Keynes, Risparmio e investimento, Donzelli, Roma: 2010; J. M. Keynes, Eutopia. Proposte per una moneta internazionale, et al. edizioni, Milano: 2011

Recent articles, chapters and working papers: (with M. C. Marcuzzo, A. Rosselli and E. Sanfilippo), “Speculation and buffer stocks: the legacy of Keynes and Kahn”, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 19:2, May 2012 (forthcoming); (with K. Dimitrova) “Financial stability, monetary autonomy and fiscal interference: Bulgaria in search of its way, 1879-1913”, William Davidson Institute Working Paper Number 979, February 2010; “What kind of calculation is implied in the money rate of interest?”, in M. Amato, L. Doria and L. Fantacci (eds.), Money and calculation. Economic and sociological perspectives, Palgrave, London: 2010; (with K. Dimitrova) “The establishment of the gold standard in Southeast Europe: convergence to a new system or divergence from an old one”, in P. Baubeau and A. Ögren (eds.), Convergence and divergence of national financial systems during the gold standards, 1871-1971, Pickering & Chatto, London: 2010; (with M. C. Marcuzzo e E. Sanfilippo) “Speculation in commodities: Keynes’s ‘practical acquaintance’ with futures markets”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2010; “Autonomy vs. stability: the relationship between internal and external money in Bulgaria (1879-1912)”, Bulgarian National Bank Discussion Paper, BNB, Sofia: 2009; “The Dual Currency System of Renaissance Europe”, Financial History Review, 15:1, 2008