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Michela Altieri is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam since September 2017. She obtained her PhD in Economics from the University of Torino in Italy in 2015, and worked as post-doctoral researcher at SAFE-Goethe University until 2017. 

 

Research

Her research focuses on the area of empirical corporate finance. In particular, she is interested in questions on the relationship between the business groups formation, the debt pricing, and the internal capital markets working.

Find more on  sites.google.com/site/michelaaltieriphd/

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Education/Academic qualification

Economics, PhD, University of Torino

6 Jan 201121 Jan 2015

Keywords

  • H Social Sciences

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Debt Business & Economics
Subsidiaries Business & Economics
Guarantee Business & Economics
Corporate diversification Business & Economics
Agency costs of debt Business & Economics
Parent company Business & Economics
Covenant Business & Economics
Diversification Business & Economics

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Research Output 2016 2019

  • 3 Working paper

Does Bankruptcy Risk Increase Value? Puzzles and Diversification

Altieri, M. & Nicodano, G., 2019, SSRN, p. 1, 60 p. (ECGI-Finance Working Paper; no. No 600/2019).

Research output: Working paperProfessional

Bankruptcy
Diversification
Discount
Diversified firms
Survival probability

Agency Costs of Debt and Corporate Diversification

Altieri, M., 7 Oct 2017, SSRN.

Research output: Working paperProfessional

Corporate diversification
Agency costs of debt
Cost of debt
Financial accounting standards
Treatment effects

Why Do Parent Companies Guarantee Their Subsidiaries’ Bonds? The Dark Side of Separate Legal Liability

Altieri, M., Massa, M. & Manconi, A., 2016, INSEAD, p. 1-49, (INSEAD Working Paper; vol. 2016, no. 72).

Research output: Working paperProfessional

Legal liability
Subsidiaries
Covenant
Parent company
Guarantee