Marco Onado (Milan, 1941) is Senior Professor at the Department of Finance of the Bocconi University, having previously been Professor of Banking at the Universities of Modena and Bologna. He has been commissioner of Consob (Italian Securities regulator) during 1993-1998. He has been columnist of Il Sole 24 Ore and now writes for Il Fatto Quotidiano. He is aa Trustee of the IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standard), London. His main fields of interest are financial systems, stability and regulation. He has written on this topics articles (including contributions to edited books) both in Italian and English.
Articles by Marco Onado:
Post-crisis equilibrium of European banks
23 February 2014, 11585 reads
In defence of the European Banking Authority
7 December 2011, 7203 reads
Restructuring European banking systems
2 September 2011, 9862 reads
European stress tests: Good or bad news?
16 August 2011, 10023 reads
Bank capital and write-downs: Zeno’s paradox and the subprime crisis
19 August 2008, 15762 reads
Subprime "crisis": Who pays and what needs fixing
19 August 2007, 10141 reads
Campos, Coricelli, Moretti
Ostry, Berg, Tsangarides