Cesare Robotti is an Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Georgia (Athens). Before joining University of Georgia, Dr Robotti was a financial economist with the financial group of the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and was Associate Professor at the Imperial College London. Dr. Robotti concentrates his research on empirical asset pricing and portfolio management.
Dr. Robotti has been an Affiliate Professor at EDHEC Business School, a teaching fellow at Boston College, and an adjunct faculty member at Brandeis University. He has also worked in the dealing room of Novara International Bank in Luxembourg and as a financial analyst at Cariplo Bank in Milan, Italy.
He has published works in several mainstream academic journals such as the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, the Journal of Econometrics, the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Econometric Reviews, and the Journal of Empirical Finance, and has presented his research at a number of professional conferences and academic institutions.
Dr. Robotti received a bachelor's degree in Economic and Social Sciences and a master's of Science in Economics from L. Bocconi University of Milan. He earned a master's degree and his Doctorate in Economics from Boston College.