Michele Andreolli

Assistant Professor of Finance at Boston College's Carroll School of Management


Michele is a former PhD Student in Economics at London Business School.


His research area is macroeconomics. His work focuses on two areas: the interactions between debt markets and the macroeconomy; and the role of consumption heterogeneity in the transmission of macroeconomic shocks. He employs empirical methods on aggregate and microeconomic data with a strong emphasis on causal relationships and novel identification techniques, and builds theoretical models that are tractable and quantifiable, and that highlight key economic mechanisms.


Michele is currently in the sixth year of his PhD at London Business School and is visiting UC Berkeley. He holds a Master’s degree in International Economics from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva and a Bachelor in Economics from the University of Milan.


In addition to his studies, Michele has worked in the research hub of the Bank of England and in the research department of the International Monetary Fund, where he carried out research on fiscal and monetary policy in low-income countries.