Giovanni Dell'Ariccia is Deputy Director of the Research Department. Previously he worked in the Asia and Pacific Department. His research interests include: Banking; the Macroeconomics of Credit; Monetary Policy; International Finance; and Conditionality in International Lending and Aid Programs. Mr. Dell’Ariccia holds a bachelor degree from University of Rome and a Ph.D. in economics from MIT. He is a CEPR Research Fellow.
- Should Monetary Finance Remain Taboo?
- Economic Policies for the COVID-19 War
- The Euro Area Needs a Fiscal Union
- A Dip into Subzero Policy Rates
- A New Look at the Benefits and Costs of Bank Capital
- Cross-Country Analysis of Housing Finance and Real Estate Booms
- The Evolution of Monetary Policy: More Art and Less Science