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Dr Danilo V. Mascia

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BSc cum Laude (University of Cagliari), MA cum Laude (University of Cagliari), MSc (University of Amsterdam), PhD (University of Cagliari)
Assistant Professor in Banking

Division: Finance, Risk and Banking
E-mail: Danilo.Mascia@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8467420
Location: C07 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

I joined Nottingham University Business School in January 2018 as an Assistant Professor in Banking. Prior to that, I extensively worked as a Visiting Research Fellow at Leeds University Business School.


I am module convenor of the following modules:


MSc

Bank Risk Measurement and Management (N14199)
Contemporary Issues in Banking (N14201)


Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham

Current Research Activities
My research interests primarily lie in the fields of regulation in banking, and access to finance for SMEs. More recently, I have started taking an interest on FinTech and its implications for the financial industry.
 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Chevapatrakul, T.; Mascia D.V. (2018), "Detecting overreaction in the Bitcoin market: A quantile autoregression approach", Finance Research Letters, forthcoming 2018.

Galli, E.; Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. (2018), "Does Corruption Influence the Self-Restraint Attitude of Women-led SMEs towards Bank Lending?", CES - IFO Economic Studies, Vol.64 (3), 426–455.

Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. (2017), "Is there a gender effect on the cost of bank financing?", Journal of Financial Stability, Vol.31, 136-153.



Books

Crespi, F.; Mascia, D.V. (2018), Bank Funding Strategies - The Use of Bonds and the Bail-in Effect, Palgrave Macmillan.



Conferences

Crespi, F.; Giacomini, E.; Mascia, D.V. 2018, "BRRD and the Cost of Bank Funding", in International Finance and Banking Society (IFABS) - University of Porto, Portugal.

Mascia, D.V.; Keasey, K.; Vallascas, F. 2017, "The impact of the Internal-Rating-Based Approach on Lending Growth and the Cost of Financial Intermediation", in World Finance Conference – University of Cagliari, Sardinia.

Crespi, F.; Mascia, D.V.; Giacomini, E. 2016, "Is there really a bail-in effect? Evidence from the Italian bank bonds market", in European Banking Union and Financial Distress – University of Cagliari, Sardinia.

Galli, E.; Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. 2016, "Does Corruption Affect the Access to Bank Credit for Women-Led Firms and Small Enterprises? Evidence from European SMEs", in World Finance and Banking Symposium – University of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Galli, E.; Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. 2016, "Does Corruption Affect the Access to Bank Credit for Women-Led Firms and Small Enterprises? Evidence from European SMEs", in Portsmouth–Fordham Conference on Banking and Finance – University of Portsmouth, UK.

Galli, E.; Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. 2016, "Bank Credit Access for Women-Led Firms: Self-Restrain or Discrimination? Evidence from European SMEs", in International Finance and Banking Society (IFABS) – Universitat Auṭmona de Barcelona, Spain.

Mascia, D.V.; Keasey, K.; Vallascas, F. 2016, "The Impact of the Internal-Rating-Based Approach on Leading Growth and the cost of Financial Intermediation", in ADEIMF Summer Meeting – University of Insubria, Varese, Italy.

Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. 2016, "Price conditions of the bank financing: Does gender Matter?", in 6th International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) – University of Malaga, Spain.

Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. 2016, "Price conditions of the bank financing: Does gender matter?", in World Finance Conference – St Jones University, New York, USA.

Galli, E.; Mascia, D.V.; Rossi, S.P.S. 2015, "Bank Financing and gender discrimination: some empirical evidence on European SMEs", in Access to Bank Credit and SME Financing, Satellite Meeting of the 10th CLADAG (Classification and Data Analysis Group) Conference – Pula, Sardinia.

Mascia, D.V.; Keasey, K.; Vallascas, F. 2015, "The design of the risk-sensitivity of capital requirements: Does it matter for bank business choices?", in 8th International Risk Management Conference – Luxembourg.

Mascia, D.V.; Keasey, K.; Vallascas, F. 2015, "The design of the risk-sensitivity of capital requirements: Does it matter for bank business choices?", in 5th International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) – Audencia Nantes School of Management, France.

Mascia, D.V.; Keasey, K.; Vallascas, F. 2014, "Does capital regulation influence the composition of bank assets?", in Financial Crisis and Credit Crunch: micro and macroeconomic implications – University of Cagliari, Sardinia.

 

 

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