Supervision, Regulation & Credit
Mattia Landoni graduated with a PhD in Financial Economics from Columbia Business School and a Master of Public Policy degree from Duke’s Sanford Institute of Public Policy. Prior to working for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, he has taught corporate finance at SMU’s Cox School of Business and worked in the IMF’s Research department.
Auh, Jun Kyung and Mattia Landoni, 2022. Loan Terms and Collateral: Evidence from the Bilateral Repo Market. Journal of Finance, 77(6), p. 2997--3036. DOI: 10.1111/jofi.13184
Landoni, M., Smith, W. T., and Cameron, C., 2020. Linking policy to outcomes: a simple framework for debt maturity management. In Debt management in Uncertain Times. Proceedings of the first Public Debt Management Network Conference, Ministero dell’Economia e delle Finanze, Rome – Italy, ISBN 978-88-945665-0-5, p. 59–80.
Landoni, M., and Sutherland, A., 2020. Dilution and True Economic Gain From Cryptocurrency Block Rewards. 168 Tax Notes 1213 (Aug. 17, 2020).
Landoni, M., and Pieters, G., 2020. Taxing Blockchain Forks. Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy, 3(2), p. 197–227.
Landoni, M., 2018. Tax distortions and bond issue pricing. Journal of Financial Economics, 129, p. 382–393.