Maria Grazia Romano

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Assistant Professor

University of Salerno

Maria Grazia Romano is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Salerno. She received a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics at the University of Naples Federico II. She also has a Master in Financial Markets and Intermediaries at the University of Toulouse. Her research focuses on market microstructure, corporate finance, and microeconomics.

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Maria Grazia Romano

Department of Economics
University of Salerno
84084 Fisciano (SA), Italy
Tel: +39 089 963446

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Recent publications

  • Giovanni Immordino, Annamaria Menichini, and Maria Grazia Romano, Education, Taxation and The Perceived Effects of Sin Good Gonsumption,

    Forthcoming in: International Tax and Public Finance

  • Maria Grazia Romano, R&D Incentives and Competitive Pressure Under Hidden Information,

    Southern Economic Journal, 2021 [link]

  • Giovanni Immordino, Anna Maria C. Menichini and Maria Grazia Romano, Taxing and Regulating Vices,

    Scandinavian Journal of Economics , 2020, Vol. 122 (2), 622-647 [link]

  • Frino A., V. Mollica, M.G. Romano and Z. Zhou, Asymmetry in the Permanent Price Impact of Block Purchases and Sales: Theory and Empirical Evidence,

    Journal of Future Markets, 2017, Vol. 37, 359-373 [link]

  • Immordino G., A.C. Menichini and M.G. Romano, Contracts with Wishful Thinkers,

    Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 2015, 24(4)