Stefano Giglio joined Chicago Booth in 2011 as an Assistant Professor of Finance, after earning his Ph.D. and A.M. in Economics from Harvard University. His research interests span several topics, including asset pricing, macroeconomics, and real estate, with a particular focus on the role of frictions. His work has been published on
the American Economic Review , the Journal of Monetary Economics and the Review of Asset Pricing Studies. For his work at Harvard, he has received the Martin Cornerstone Grant and the Douglas Dillon
Fellowship from the University.
Recently, Giglio has been a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, where he pursued research in real estate. Prior to his
doctoral studies, he has worked at the Wharton Research Data Services of the University of Pennsylvania. He holds a B.A. in Economics (with honors) and an M.S. in Economics (with honors) from Bocconi University in Milano.
Outside of academia, Giglio enjoys playing the violin (he was a member of the Dudley Orchestra at Harvard during his PhD), skiing, and reading.
2013 - 2014 Course Schedule
Financial economics, macroeconomics.
With Tiago Severo, “Intangible Capital, Relative Asset Shortages, and Bubbles,” Journal of Monetary Economics (April 2012).
With John Campbell and Parag Pathak, "Forced sales and house prices," American Economic Review (August 2011).
For a listing of research publications please visit
’s university library listing