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 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, Review of Political Economy, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, PSL Quarterly Review, Moneta e Credito, Organization and Markets in Emerging Economies, 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 (2016-present).