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Dr Edoardo Gallo

Edoardo Gallo

Title of research: An Experimental Study of Financial Contagion in Networks

The 2008 global financial crisis highlighted the crucial role that the network architecture of the financial system plays in determining systemic contagion. The aim of this project is to conduct a series of experiments to investigate how different network structures affect the probability of systemic contagion in experimental asset markets. A particular focus will be on how (i) market participants’ knowledge about the network and (ii) the structure of the trading environment interact with the network structure to cause financial contagion.

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CERF Scholarship competition 2021 - Now Open

Nov 18, 2020

For the seventh year, Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance is offering a scholarship scheme. Applications are invited for doctoral funding starting in October 2021. Funding is for up to 3 years and includes university and college fees and an allowance for accommodation and living expenses.

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