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Dr Giuliano Bianchi

Dr Giuliano Bianchi is Professor of Economics at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. He conducts empirical research on forecasting, corporate governance, law and economics, economics of crime and tourism economics. Before joining EHL, Dr. Bianchi was a Wertheim Fellow at the Labor & Worklife Program, Harvard Law School. Dr. Bianchi holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Bologna (Italy), a Master Degree in Economics from the University of Edinburgh (UK), and a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the University of Lugano (Switzerland). Dr Bianchi’s work has been published in refereed international journals, including Applied Economics, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, and International Journal of Hospitality Management.

Dr Giuliano Bianchi

Assistant Professor

PhD in Economics, University of Bologna
Master Degree in Economics from the University of Edinburgh (UK)
professor.areaOfExpertise
  • Corporate Governance
  • Economics of Crime
  • Tourism Economics
  • Applied Econometrics forecasting
  • Law and economics
Bianchi Giuliano - EHL faculty
professor.recent_publication
  • Bianchi G., The Effect of Price Targets on the Composition of CEO Pay, 2016, Applied Economics, 48(45), 4299–4311.
  • Bianchi, G., Stock options: From backdating to spring loading, 2016, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 59.
  • Bianchi G., Chen Y., CEO compensation and firm performance in the hospitality industry: A cross-industry comparison, 2015, International Journal of Tourism Sciences, Vol. 15, Issue 3-4.
  • Chen, Y., Dellea, D., & Bianchi, G. (2018). Knowledge creation and research production in Swiss hotel schools: A case study of Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, 31:1, 10-22.
  • Blal, I., Bianchi, G. (2019). The asset light model: A Blind Spot in Hospitality Research, International Journal of Hospitality Management, 76PA pp. 39-42.
professor.research&Recognitions
  • Fellowship Harvard University
  • Scholarship Department of Economics, University of Bologna
  • Fellowship Programma Marco Polo