Marcello Messori is a Professor of Economics at the Department of Political Science, LUISS University (Rome) and the Director of the LUISS School of European Political Economy. He teaches Economia Europea and European Economics.
He taught in the Department of Economics, University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’ from the mid-1990s until the 2011/12 academic year. He is the Chairman of the Scientific Committee of CER (Rome). He has published more than 150 works in Italian, English, French, and German. In the past, his main fields of research were: monetary and banking theory, macroeconomic theory, the history of economic analysis, and the empirical study of the Italian economic system.
Over the last fifteen years, his research has focused on four main areas: the evolution of the Italian banking system, with respect to allocation of property rights, new Keynesian models based on asymmetric information and financial constraints, the Italian sector of institutional investors, and the economic governance of the European Union. During this same period, Marcello Messori has coordinated national and international research groups and has been involved in various institutional activities. Specifically, he was the chairman of an institution for the development of the Italian market of pension funds (MeFoP), and the president of the Italian association of asset management (Assogestioni).