Fabio Schiantarelli is a professor of economics at Boston College. He has taught previously at Boston University, Essex University, Southampton University, Bocconi University, and the European University Institute. He has also been a consultant for the World Bank and for the Inter-American Development Bank on several projects. Schiantarelli has written on adjustment costs, investment and labor demand, the effect of financial constraints, financial shocks, tax policy and product market regulation on investment, the impact of financial reform on allocative efficiency and saving, capital accumulation and growth, innovation and productivity, legal institutions and firms’ loan repayment decisions, the relationship between labor market outcomes, policies and culture, the evolution of culture among immigrants, ancestry composition, diversity and local economic performance, the economic effects of populism, COVID-19, financing constraints, and firms’ expectations and plans. Schiantarelli earned his MS and PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science and his BS from Bocconi University.