3 Research Fellowships at the University of Torino

The ESOMAS Department ( of the University of Torino, Italy, is looking to fill three post-doctoral positions within the following projects:

- "Supply chain disruptions, financial losses and their prevention" (PI: prof. Elisa Luciano), 24 months, Yearly salary 36481 euros. The project is in cooperation with the Politecnico di Torino, LUISS Roma and Unione Industriali. Network management, resilience to real shocks and propagation of losses and defaults are first modelled in equilibrium, then calibrated to recent empirical evidence.

- "Measuring, Managing and Hedging Indirect Climate-Transition Risk" (PI: prof. Luca Regis), 21 months renewable for 12 additional months, Yearly salary 43082 euros. The project deals aims at tackling the problem of measuring the indirect (i.e. supply-chain related) transition risks to which firms are subject. Applications from both theoretical and empirical profiles are welcome.

- "Leverage and Interest Rates" (PI: prof. Luca Regis), 12 months, 20267 euro. We look at the effects of changes in interest rates on the capital structure of business groups. Although the project is theoretical, the empirical study of model implications is in the agenda.

Deadline: January 22nd at 1 pm.

The call (in italian) is available

Applications have to be sent via the online procedure at the following

The start date is March 2024. No teaching load. Candidates who do not hold a Ph.D. yet can apply. Salaries are gross, but are exempt from any income tax. Post-docs need to pay only pension contributions (around 11%).

For further information interested candidates can contact Elisa Luciano ( and Luca Regis (

The ESOMAS Department is ranked among the best economics department in Italy and was awarded the "Dipartimenti d'Eccellenza" grant 2017-2022 and 2023-2027. The post-docs will work within the finance group at ESOMAS and within the CCA FINANCE initiative ( ) at Collegio Carlo Alberto (, in a dynamic and international research environment.

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