Dr. Andrea Gurgone

Feldkirchenstraße 21
Room F21/02.08
Ph.: 0951-863-2580

E-Mail: andrea.gurgone(at)uni-bamberg.de

Consultation hours: via appointment

Brief biography

Andrea Gurgone holds a BA in Political Economy from University of Bergamo and a MA in Economics from Bicocca University of Milan.
He received his PhD from Catholic University of Milan in 2017. During the doctoral studies he worked under the supervision 
of Prof. Domenico Delli Gatti and visited the Deparment of Economics of City, University of London.
He spent about one year as a researcher in the Macro-Financial Division at Central Bank of Ireland prior to joining the University of Bamberg in November 2019.

Fields of Research

Primary fields: Agent-Based-Computational Economics, Macroprudential Policy, Modelling Macroeconomic and Financial Interlinkages. 
Secondary fields: Applications of Agent-Based Models for Financial Stability, Behavioral Macroeconomics, Financial Networks, Systemic-Risk.


Gurgone, A., Iori, G., & Jafarey, S. (2018). The effects of interbank networks on efficiency and stability in a macroeconomic agent-based model. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 91, 257-288.

Working Papers:

Iori, G. & Gurgone, A., (2019). A multi-agent methodology to assess the effectiveness of alternative systemic risk adjusted capital requirements. Working Papers 19/05, Department of Economics, City University London.

Gurgone, A., (2019). The interaction of borrower-targeted macroprudential tools in the Irish mortgage market: a baseline multi-agent approach. Research Technical Paper, Central Bank of Ireland.