Luigi Zingales' research interests span from corporate governance to financial development, from political economy to the economic effects of culture. He co-developed the Financial Trust Index, which is designed to monitor the level of trust that Americans have toward their financial system. In addition to holding his position at Chicago Booth, Zingales is currently a faculty research fellow for the National Bureau of Economic Research, a research fellow for the Center for Economic Policy Research, and a fellow of the European Governance Institute. He is also the director of the Stigler Center for the Study of the Economy and the State. Zingales also serves on the board of ProMarket and is the co-host of the podcast Capitalisn't. In 2014 he was the President of the American Finance Association.
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"The Political Economy of the Decline in Antitrust Enforcement in the United States," with Filippo Lancieri and Eric A. Posner, Antitrust Law Journal, forthcoming.
"Political Determinants of Competition in the Mobile Telecommunications Industry," with Mara Faccio, The Review of Financial Studies 35 (2022) 1983-2018.
"Exit vs. Voice," with Eleonora Broccardo and Oliver Hart, Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming.
"The New Corporate Governance," with Oliver Hart, University of Chicago Business Law Review, Spring 2022, forthcoming.
"How Pervasive is Corporate Fraud?" with Alexander Dyck and Adair Morse, Review of Accounting Studies, forthcoming.
"What Purpose Do Corporations Purport? Evidence from Letters to Shareholders," with Raghuram Rajan and Pietro Ramella, working paper, February 2022
"Preferences for Competition and the Gender Gap among Young Business Professionals," with Ernesto Reuben and Paola Sapienza, working paper, February 2022.
"Civic Capital and Social Distancing during the Covid-19 Pandemic," with John M. Barrios, Efraim Benmelech, Yael V. Hochberg, and Paola Sapienza, working paper, May 2020.
"Kill Zone," with Sai Krishna Kamepalli and Raghuram Rajan, working paper, April 2020.
"The Political Limits of Economics," AEA Papers and Proceedings, 2020.
"Diagnosing the Italian Disease," with Bruno Pellegrino, working paper, April 2019.
"Companies Should Maximize Shareholder Welfare Not Market Value," with Oliver Hart, Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting, 2017.
"Is Pollution Value Maximizing? The DuPont Case," with Roy Shapira, working paper, September 2017
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