Professor Massimiliano Tani carries out research with an economic angle and business/policy implications. He enjoy data-intensive work to establish correlations as well as cause-effect relationships, including those emerging from small-scale experiments and working with both cross-sectional and panel data techniques. Professor Tani's work generally uses well-known secondary data from national statistical offices but have organised the collection of primary data from travellers at Australia's main airports and students in Australia and Singapore.
Professor Tani teaches macroeconomics as well as finance at both undergraduate and graduate level in face-to-face and distance mode. His education includes a PhD in Economics from the Australian National University (Canberra, Australia), a MSc Econ from the LSE and Laurea from Bocconi University (Milan, Italy). Before moving to Australia in 1999 he worked as an investment banker in the UK.
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