The University of Southampton
Southampton Business School
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M.Deglinnocenti@soton.ac.uk

Dr Marta Degl'innocenti BSc Florence, MSc Florence (cum laude), PhD Bologna 2011

Lecturer in Finance

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Dr Marta Degl'innocenti is Lecturer in Finance within Southampton Business School at the University of Southampton.

Dr Marta Degl’Innocenti joined the University of Southampton Business School in September 2012 as Lecturer in Finance.

She took her bachelor degree in Business and Economics at the University of Florence and also received her master in Finance from the same university. During her master studies she concluded a professional traineeship at Deloitte (Italy) as operating advisory in the sector of bank-controlled tax collection agencies. She then went on to work as a management consultant at KPMG for a period, until returning to academia in 2008 for her PhD at the University of Bologna, which has the honour of being the oldest university in the world. During her PhD, she completed two periods as a visiting scholar: a brief one at New York’s Stern University and a long period at the University of Essex.

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  • Modelling efficiency and productivity of banks and other financial institutions
  • State aids, moral hazard and competition’s distortions in banking markets
  • Team diversity and performance
  • Spatial competition and local contestability in banking markets
  • Diversification strategies of banks

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Module Leader: MANG6221 Stock Market Analysis

Dr Marta Degl'innocenti
Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK

Room Number:2/4047

Telephone:(023) 8059 8093
Email:M.Deglinnocenti@soton.ac.uk

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