Matteo Maggiori

Professor, Finance

Matteo Maggiori

The Moghadam Family Professor of Finance

Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
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For more information, visit Matteo’s personal website.

Professional Experience

  • Trader of foreign exchange and interest rates, JP Morgan, London and New York. Summer Intern, Debt and Capital Markets, Jun-Sep 2003, 2005-2007

Awards and Honors

  • Bernacer Prize, Observatorio del Banco Central Europeo, 2022
  • Fellowship, Andrew Carnegie Corporation, 2022
  • Fischer Black Prize, American Finance Association, 2021
  • Carlo Alberto Medal, Collegio Carlo Alberto, 2019
  • Fellowship, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 2019
  • CAREER grant, National Science Foundation, 2017
  • Review of Economic Studies May Meetings (European Tour), 2012


Journal Articles

Christopher Clayton, Antonio Coppola, Amanda Dos Santos, Matteo Maggiori, Jesse Schreger
AEA Papers and Proceedings
May 2023 Vol. 113 Pages 114–119

Working Papers

Christopher Clayton, Matteo Maggiori, Jesse Schreger January 2024
Roland Beck, Antonio Coppola, Angus Lewis, Matteo Maggiori, Martin Schmitz, Jesse Schreger May 2023

Insights by Stanford Business

March 15, 2024
Competition between the U.S. and China brings new relevance to the study of international economic power.
December 05, 2023
New ideas never go out of season.
December 05, 2023
Watch and learn about currency, algorithms, and reputation management.
May 12, 2023
What Beijing must do to achieve its ambitious monetary goals
May 01, 2023
From VC and ESG to China and crypto — the topics and trends that professors are watching most closely.
December 12, 2022
A sampling of the big ideas and timely research produced by Stanford GSB faculty this year.
August 09, 2022
As Beijing cautiously opens its bond markets to foreign investors, it must balance its desire for global influence with the risk of capital flight.
January 11, 2022
In times of crisis, global investors embrace the stability of U.S. currency and bonds. Yet that may expose them to future risks.
June 01, 2021
When the market tanked in early 2020, investors grew intensely pessimistic but were slow to dump their stocks.
May 07, 2020
In this panel, professors agreed that something needed to be done, fast, to help the economic fallout, but disagreed on federal government’s strategy.
May 04, 2020
Corporations raise vast sums of money through subsidiaries in tax havens. A new study unravels big surprises in global imbalances.

School News

August 04, 2022
Professor of finance recognized for “influential research”
April 29, 2022
The award will fund research on China’s currency strategy.
December 04, 2020
This biennial award recognizes outstanding contributions from a financial economist under age 40.