Giuseppina Chesini

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Position
Associate Professor
Academic sector
SECS-P/11 - FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS
Research sector (ERC)
SH1_4 - Banking; corporate finance; international finance; accounting; auditing; insurance

Telephone
045/8028495 (VR) -- 0444/393938 (VI)
Fax
0444/393922 (VI)
E-mail
giusy|chesini*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
Curriculum

Giusy Chesini is an Associate Professor of Economics of financial intermediaries since 2001. She obtained the Ph.D. in “Markets and Financial Intermediaries” at the University of Bergamo in 1994. Since 2016 she is delegated by the Department for Horizon 2020. Since the beginning of the Course, she is a member of the TAQ for the Master's Degree in International Economics and Business Management (Vicenza).
Since 2006 she is a charter member of the ADEIMF (Association of Italian University Teachers in Banking and Finance). Since 1994 she is a member of the Wolpertinger Club - Association of European University Teachers in Banking and Finance.
 
Her main research interests are:
  • the evolution of financial markets and stock exchanges
  • the bank-firm relationship
  • international banking and and financial markets regulation
  • bank management and performance evaluation
Her publications have undergone an evolution over the years following the different suggestions coming from the Ministry and from the international Academies. While at the beginning of her university career the publications were mainly monographs and papers written in Italian, in the last decade the publications are in English language and are published in more and more prestigious international journals.
She was responsible for an annual project (2011) concerning private equity funded by the Polo Scientifico e didattico di Vicenza entitled "Business growth through the contribution of institutional investors in risk capital. Is this the optimal solution for Vicenza companies? ". She has been responsible for three annual research grants for PhD students regarding the following topics: private equity, the Capital Markets Union (CMU) and Fintech and the digitalization of banking services. She participated in three multidisciplinary biennial researches funded by the Polo Scientifico e didattico di Vicenza: 1) Observatory on the development of small and medium-sized enterprises in the Vicenza area (2010); 2) Supply chains and networks: the new "areas of action" of companies (2013); 3) #BIT "Business_Innovation & Digital Transformations @ Vicenza" (2017). From 2000 to 2008 she participated in 3 biennial PRIN projects co-financed by the Ministry.
 
Considering the Third Mission activity, she was invited as a speaker at several conferences. For example, in April 2013 the Association of Chartered Accountants of Vicenza, on the occasion of the General Assembly of its members, invited her to the Conference "The business crisis between legislation and negotiation "at the City Theater" called Città di Vicenza "; in September 2015, the Civil Chamber of the Fors of Trento and Rovereto invited her to the event entitled "Network contract: from the shared business project to the online business discipline" at the Palazzo dei Congressi, Riva del Garda (TN). In 2015 she recorded two videos explaining respectively the Annual Percentage Rate of Charge (APRC) and the EURIBOR in the context of the financial education project of the ADEIMF (http://www.adeimf.it/multimedia/video.html).

Modules

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Course Name Total credits Online Teacher credits Modules offered by this teacher
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Corporate finance (2018/2019)   9  eLearning
Master's degree in International Economics and Business Management International Financial Markets (2018/2019)   6   
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2018/2019)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Corporate finance (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
Master's degree in International Economics and Business Management International Financial Markets (2017/2018)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2017/2018)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Corporate finance (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Corporate Financing and Investment Decisions (2016/2017)   6  eLearning
Master's degree in International Economics and Business Management International Financial Markets (2016/2017)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2016/2017)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Corporate finance (2015/2016)   9  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Corporate Financing and Investment Decisions (2015/2016)   6  eLearning
Master's degree in International Economics and Business Management International Financial Markets (2015/2016)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2015/2016)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Corporate finance (2014/2015)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Corporate Economics and International Markets (Vicenza) International financial markets (2014/2015)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2014/2015)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Corporate finance (2013/2014)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Corporate Economics and International Markets (Vicenza) International financial markets (2013/2014)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2013/2014)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Corporate finance (2012/2013)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Corporate Economics and International Markets (Vicenza) International financial markets (2012/2013)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Vicenza) Corporate finance (2011/2012)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Corporate Economics and International Markets (Vicenza) International financial markets (2011/2012)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2011/2012)   6   
Master's degree in Languages for Communication in Tourism and Commerce Corporate finance (2010/2011)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Corporate Economics and International Markets (Vicenza) International financial markets (2010/2011)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Verona) Progetto start cup: creazione e conduzione di impresa (2010/2011)   6   
Master’s degree in Banking and Finance Financial markets (2009/2010)   9    (2 - lezione)
Specialised Degree in the Economics of banks and financial markets Financial markets and Institutions (2009/2010)   10    10 
Master’s degree in Corporate Economics and International Markets (Vicenza) International financial markets (2009/2010)   6  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Investments (2009/2010)   6    (1 - lezione)
Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009) Financial markets (2008/2009)   10    10 
Specialised Degree in the Economics of banks and financial markets Financial markets and Institutions (2008/2009)   10    10 
Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009) Financial markets (2007/2008)   10    10 
Specialised Degree in the Economics of banks and financial markets Financial markets and Institutions (2007/2008)   10    10 
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (category 17) (until 2008-2009) Corporate Financing and Investment Decisions (2006/2007)   5    lezione 1
lezione 2
Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009) Financial markets (2006/2007)   10    10 
Specialised Degree in the Economics of banks and financial markets Financial markets (2006/2007)   10    lezione 2
Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009) Financial markets (2005/2006)   10    10 
Master's degree in Banking and Insurance Economics Financial markets (2005/2006)   10    LEZIONE 2
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (category 17) Analysis and Coverage of Company Financial Needs (2004/2005)   4   
Bachelor's degree in International Business Studies (category 17) (Vicenza) Financial markets and Institutions (2004/2005)   6   
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (category 17) Financial markets and Institutions [Cognomi A-K] (2004/2005)   6   
Bachelor's degree in Company Economics (cat. 17) Analysis and Coverage of Company Financial Needs (2003/2004)   4     
Masters in Banking and Insurance Economics (cat. 84/S) Brokerage Economics (Balance, managerial industry and markets) (2003/2004)   8   
Bachelor in Business Studies (old system) Brokerage Economics PS (2003/2004)   0     
Masters in Banking and Insurance Economics (cat. 84/S) Economics and Financial International Market Techniques I (2003/2004)   4   
Bachelor's degree in International Business Studies (category 17) (Vicenza) Financial markets and Institutions (2003/2004)   6     
Bachelor's degree in Company Economics (cat. 17) Financial markets and Institutions [Cognomi A-K] (2003/2004)   6     
Bachelor's degree in International Business Studies (category 17) (Vicenza) Analysis and Coverage of Company Financial Needs (2002/2003)   4     
Bachelor's degree in Company Economics (cat. 17) Analysis and Coverage of Company Financial Needs (2002/2003)   4     
Specialized Degree in Quantitative Methods for Finance ( Cat. 91/S) Corporate finance (2002/2003)   4   
Bachelor's degree in International Business Studies (category 17) (Vicenza) Financial markets and Institutions (2002/2003)   6     
Bachelor's degree in Company Economics (cat. 17) Financial markets and Institutions [Cognomi A-K] (2002/2003)   6     
Bachelor in Market Economics and Brokerage (cat. 17) Analysis and Coverage of Company Financial Needs (2001/2002)   4     
Bachelor's degree in International Business Studies (category 17) (Vicenza) Financial markets and Institutions (2001/2002)   6     
Bachelor in Market Economics and Brokerage (cat. 17) Financial markets and Institutions [Cognomi A-K] (2001/2002)   6     

 

Research groups

Deposit insurance schemes
The research team aims to investigate whether Australian banks took more risks (moral hazard) in the presence of a deposit insurance system.
Covered Bonds in Europe
The research group intends to highlight which countries could be the most penalized by compliance with the new directive. In addition to this preliminary analysis, the group aims to explore the different use of these financial instruments by banks and the possibility for investors and banks to take advantage of the new regulation.
European Central Bank (ECB) and the integration of financial markets
The research group aims to highlight the relevant role of the ECB in the integration of financial markets in Europe.
Financing firms’ networks
In particular, the research group aims to identify whether the companies in the networks have obtained better financing conditions from the markets and the intermediaries.
The drivers of dividend policies
The research group intends to analyze the different theories that are considered relevant to explain how companies define their dividend policies
Fintech Innovation and bank digitalization processes
Skills
Topic Description Research area
Digitalization of bank processes and products Study of how banks and financial institutions are facing the new challenges coming from the digitalization of processes and products. Case studies. Analysis of the competitors “FinTech”. Investigation on the possible disadvantages of technological advances on the stability of the banking system. Analysis of these changes in terms of profitability and financial stability. Management of financial institutions
Management of financial institutions - Management of financial institutions
Stock exchange evolution and performance Analysis of the evolution and performance of the major Stock Exchanges in the world. Study of the balance sheets of Stock Exchanges to highlight the changes in their ways of doing business. Identification of the main drivers of change. Study of the competitors and of the changes in the management of financial markets in Europe. Comparison of the fee structures for different services. Financial markets
Financial markets - Financial markets
Depositor protection schemes Analysis of the Banking Union in Europe. Study of the third pillar concerning depositors’ protection schemes. Analysis of the different schemes in Europe and comparison with the American scheme. Analysis of the European directive and study of the degree of its adoption in Europe. Analysis of the impact of the changes in depositor guarantee schemes on “depositor discipline”. Management of financial institutions
Management of financial institutions - Management of financial institutions
Covered bonds Analyses of the reasons behind the growing success of covered bonds in Europe and in other countries. The efficiency implications for banks adopting covered bonds programs are also examined. The comparative analysis of the different regulations governing the issuance of covered bonds in the various countries. Study of the proposal of a European Directive. Financial markets
Financial markets - Financial markets
Private equity Analysis of the performance of European companies financed by private equity investors. Study of the impacts of private equity investments on the profitability and dimensional growth of the companies. Comparison between the performance of companies financed by private equity investors and the performance of similar companies not financed in the same way. Corporate finance
Corporate finance - Corporate finance
Dividend policy Analysis of the theories that drive dividend distribution policies. Using data extracted from the databases, search for the compatibility of the theories with the decisions that are actually taken. Study of the consequences of dividend policies on other companies’ financial decisions. Comparison of dividend policies prevailing in different financial markets. Corporate finance
Corporate finance - Corporate finance
Networks and financial performance Study of the main characteristics of network contracts in Italy. Case studies and verification of the advantages that the companies in the network can achieve. Investigation of the performance of companies belonging to networks. Identification of the cases in which the companies belonging to a network have obtained advantages in the financing policies. Corporate finance
Corporate finance - Corporate finance
Projects
Title Starting date
FILIERE E NETWORK: i nuovi "ambiti" di azione delle imprese 1/1/14
Processi di concentrazione cross border ed intersettoriale degli Intermediari Finanziari in Europa: profili strategico-organizzativi. (2006) 1/1/06
Le Borse in Europa: evoluzione della regolamentazione e delle modalità di gestione. 12/10/05
Profili evolutivi nella disciplina e nei controlli dei mercati e degli intermediari finanziari. 1/1/04
Il ruolo degli intermediari bancari, mobiliari e assicurativi nell'asset management : profili gestionali e problematiche operative 1/1/02
Il ruolo degli intermediari bancari, mobiliari e assicurativi nell'asset mmanagement: profili gestionali e problematiche operative. (2002) 1/1/02
Profili di vigilanza sugli intermediari finanziari e assicurativi: problematiche gestionali e coerenza tra la normativa di vigilanza e i sistemi di controllo interno (2000) 1/1/00





Giuseppina Chesini
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Collegio didattico di Economia e commercio (Verona) - Department Economics
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Collegio didattico di International economics and business management - Department Economics
Scientific Committee for the International Masters Degree in Business Administration
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