Laura RondiJuly 22, 2021 2021-07-22 7:43
Laura Rondi is Full Professor of Applied Economics at Politecnico di Torino (Department of Management) where she teaches Firm Theory and Corporate Governance. She is a member of the network CGEUI – Corporate Governance and European Union Integration (Erasmus Project), which focuses on the ownership and control of European Corporations. From 2009 to 2017 she taught Corporate Finance at the Master in Finance at Collegio Carlo Alberto (Torino). Her research interests are in the area of industrial organization and corporate finance, with a strong focus on the application of panel data econometric techniques to firm level data. In particular, she has contributed to the literature on the relationship between capital market imperfections and firm investment decisions, financing constraints to firm growth and going public decision; corporate governance and managerial incentives; firm multinationality and diversification; ownership and capital structure of regulated firms; economic integration and industrial organisation in the EU. On these issues, she has published in leading international journals, including the Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Economic Inquiry, European Journal of Political Economy, Review of Industrial Organization, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Small Business Economics, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Corporate Governance: An International Review. She is member of the Editorial Boards of the Review of Industrial Organization as of 2004 and of the Journal of Industrial and Business Economics – Economia e Politica Industriale (where she has served as Co-Editor in chief from 2015 to 2020).