Marco Veronese Passarella
Marco is a lecturer of economics, based in the Economics Division. He got his Laurea (BSc and MSc) in economics from the University of Bologna (Italy) in 2001 and gained his PhD in history of economic thought in 2008 from the University of Florence (Italy). From 2009 to 2011 Marco worked as a teaching fellow and a research fellow for the universities of Bergamo, Pavia, and Varese. He has been working for the University of Leeds since January 2012. His areas of expertise are theories of value and distribution, macroeconomic dynamics, monetary economics, and history of economic thought. Marco has authored several articles in scientific journals and chapters in collective volumes. He has been a member of the editorial staff of Economia e Politica online magazine since the summer of 2015.
Marco's PhD dissertation was about the theory of monetary circuit. Marco has been working on monetary dynamics, financial instability, and macroeconomic modelling ever since. His current research interests continue to focus on those topics. Marco is also concerned with the history of economic thought, particularly with the Classical theory of value and distribution and the endogenous theory of money and finance. Marco was involved, as a research fellow, in the FESSUD project (a European multidisciplinary project aiming to understand how finance can better serve economic, social and environmental needs) and the iBuild project (a UK project dealing with infrastructure business models and their interactions with value and scale) in 2012-2014. Marco is currently module leader for the following modules:
LUBS2040 - Theories of Growth, Value and Distribution
LUBS5100M - Macroeconomics 1
LUBS5228M - Understanding the Global Economy: Capitalist Institutions, Growth and Crisis