Stefano Giglio’s research interests span several topics, including asset pricing, macroeconomics, and real estate, with a particular focus on the role of frictions in credit markets. He is currently a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, where he pursues research in real estate.
Giglio was awarded the Roger L. Martin Cornerstone Grant, as well as numerous additional honors from Harvard University, including the Graduate Society Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Real Estate Academic Initiative, and Douglas Dillon Fellowship. He is coauthor of “Forced Sales and House Prices.” He was referee for The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Transition Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, European Financial Management, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, Review of Financial Studies, and Review of Finance.
He earned his PhD and AM in economics from Harvard University, and MS and BA in economics from Bocconi University in Milan.
Giglio joined the University of Chicago faculty in 2011.