Revise and Resubmit (2nd round), Journal of Finance
Credit Supply and Green Investments, with Antonio Accetturo (Bank of Italy), Michele Cascarano (Bank of Italy), Emilia Garcia-Appendini (Norges Bank and University of Zurich) and Marco Tomasi (University of Trento)
Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Financial Economics
Rural Banks Can Reduce Poverty: Experimental Evidence from 870 Indian Villages, with Erica Field (Duke University) and Rohini Pande (Yale University)
Behavioral Messages and Debt Repayment, with Juan Camilo Cárdenas Campo (U. Mass Amherst and Universidad de Los Andes) and Nicolás de Roux (Universidad de Los Andes)
VoxDev Blog Post AEA RCT Registry
Creative against the Pandemic: Using mixed methods to measure creativity in rural India, with Elisa Giannone (CREI) and Karmini Sharma (Stanford University)
CEPR Discussion Paper 16915
Can Foreign Banks act as Shock Absorbers? Evidence from the Great Recession
The role of culture in firm-bank matching, with Antonio Accetturo (Bank of Italy), Michele Cascarano (Bank of Italy) and Emilia Garcia-Appendini (University of Zurich)
Journal of Financial Intermediation (2023), n. 53, 101018
Does your neighbour know you better? The supportive role of local banks in the financial crisis
with Carlotta Rossi (Bank of Italy)
Journal of Banking and Finance (2019), n. 206, pp. 514-526.
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (2017), n. 142, pp. 425-450.
with Alessandra Cassar (USF) and Timothée Demont (University of Marseille)
Journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy (2017), n. 1, pp. 39-49.
with Alessandra Cassar (USF), Arturo Rodriguez Trejo (USF) and Bruce Wydick (USF)
Journal of Economics and Management (2013), n. 9, pp. 153-184.
University of Chicago Special Issue on Field Experiments in Economics and Management, Guest Editors: John List, Micheal Price, Anya Samek
Rivista Italiana degli Economisti (2013), n. 18, pp. 299-318.
Special Issue on Social Cohesion and Financial Exclusion, Guest Editors: Leonardo Becchetti, Arnold W. Boot, Robert Lensink, Alberto Zazzaro
Hold the Phone? Social and Economic Implications of Improving Women's Agency and Control over Smartphones, with Erica Field (Duke University), Rohini Pande (Yale University), Natalia Rigol (Harvard University), Simone Schaner (University of Southern California) and Charity Troyer Moore (Yale University).
How do firms grow? Understanding knowledge sharing in small firms, with Elisa Giannone (CREI)
Data Collection Completed. AEA RCT Registry
Bank presence, green lending, and firms’ technology adoption, with Anca Balietti (Heidelberg University), Emilia Garcia-Appendini (Norges Bank and University of Zurich) and Nirupama Kulkarni (CAFRAL)