Daniele is Lecturer in Finance at The Open University Business School since July 2016. He has a BSc in Political Sciences and a MSc in Economics and Finance from the University of Pavia (Italy). He obtained his Ph.D in Economics from the University of Greenwich in December 2016.
He has been co-investigator for the project titled “An investment and equality-led sustainable growth programme for Europe” funded by FEPS (January-February 2016) and for the project titled “Financialization and Investment in Developed and Developing countries” funded by UNCTAD (March- June 2016).
Daniele's current research mainly focuses on the macroeconomic processes of financialization, financial innovation, and economic history. His research has been published in Cambridge Journal of Economics, Socio-economic Review, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Macroeconomic Dynamics, and the International Journal of political Economy.
Daniele provided peer-reviews for Cambridge Journal of Economics, Socio-Economic Review, Development and Change, Review of Political Economy, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, International Review of Economics and Finance, PSL Quarterly Review, Moneta e Credito, Organization and Markets in Emerging Economies, Sustainability, and Routledge Book Series.
Daniele is am a member of the committee of the Post Keynesian Economics Society (2018-present), member of the Open Political Economy Group (2016-present), and Alumni of the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre.
Daniele has an established network of collaborators at the University of Greenwich (UK), Universitá degli Studi di Pavia (Italy), and Universitá degli Studi dell'Insubria (Italy).