Courses a.y. 2024/2025

Biographical note

I am Full Professor of Economics and Dean of the Undergraduate School.

I earned my Degree in Economics at Bocconi University (DES) in 1994 and my PhD in Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in 2000.


I am Research Fellow of CEPR (Industrial Organization and Organization Economics Groups) and a member of the CEPR Research Policy Network for Competition Policy whose aim is to build a community of researchers around a particular topic of high policy relevance and where academic research and collaboration with policy-makers can have a high impact. Since 2014 I have been a member of the EC Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy. 

I am Co-Editor of the Journal of Industrial Economics and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Industrial Organization.

Research interests

I am an applied micro-economist, whose research covers the fields of Industrial Organization and Organizational Economics. Much of my work concerns competition policy and the activity of diversified organizations.Regarding Competition Policy, I have extensively studied the economics of exclusionary practices. Recently, I have started investigating the effects of acquisitions of potential competitors and the labor market effects of horizontal mergers.Concerning business groups, I have studied how the activity of Internal Capital Markets and Internal Labor Markets affect the behavior of affiliated firms in response to shocks. Recently I have started exploring whether the activity of ILMs in business groups contributes to alleviating misallocation of labor across sectors.

Working papers

Chiara Fumagalli, Massimo Motta, Emanuele Tarantino
Shelving or developing? Optimal policy for mergers with potential competitors (CEPR DP No. 15113, Last Revision January 2024), R&R for The Review of Financial Studies.

Selected Publications

Cestone, Giacinta; Fumagalli, Chiara; Kramarz, Francis; Pica, Giovanni
Exploiting growth opportunities: the role of internal labour markets

Fumagalli, Chiara; Motta, Massimo
Economic principles for the enforcement of abuse of dominance provisions