Susanna is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking and the Oxford Martin School.
She holds a Ph.D. In Economics from University of Toulouse and was awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship at the University of Zurich. Her research has focused on financial stability, credit risk and liquidity risk and the impact of monetary policy and prudential reforms in European money markets. Susanna’s research work addresses policy relevant issues such as money market integration or the impact of supervisory and resolution frameworks on bank-sovereign risk nexus.
Her broader research interests include the assessment and regulation of climate and non-financial risks, and its impact on the systemic resilience of the financial system and the economy. Susanna is involved in the Systemic Resilience Program of Oxford Martin school and continues leading research on new stress-testing approaches, aiming to capture complex macro-financial linkages and feedback effects, materialized through supply chains or carbon emissions. Her research work targets policy response recommendations and analysis and aims at enhancing the preparedness of financial and economic systems to global threats such as pandemics, wars, and climate change crisis.