Bruno Pellegrino

PhD Candidate in Global Economics and Management, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Bruno Pellegrino is a PhD Candidate in Global Economics and Management at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He employs a combination of theory and statistical analysis to understand how institutions shape economic activity and, in particular, the firms' productivity, innovation and competition. Additionally, he is interested in the game-theoretical foundations of social capital. Before joining the PhD program, he worked in Credit Suisse, Nomura, Société Générale (primarily as an economist and global macro strategist), then as a Research Fellow at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. A southern Italian native, he holds an undergraduate degree from Bocconi University and a masters' degree from the London School of Economics.

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