Matteo is an Honorary Research Fellow in Finance and Innovation at the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose.
Dr Deleidi obtained his PhD in Political Economy in May 2016 at Roma Tre University, where he wrote a doctoral dissertation on the money creation process and the theory of investment, under the supervision of Professor Antonella Stirati.
During his PhD, he was a visiting researcher at the Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds. He worked under the supervision of Professor Giuseppe Fontana on the money creation process in the modern economies, combining a theoretical and empirical analysis for European countries.
As a part of the DOLFINS Project, Dr Deleidi focuses his research on monetary theory, theories of economic growth and investment determination.
He is currently working on the quantitative easing and transmission mechanism of monetary policy with a focus on the UK.
He is also analysing the effects of monetary and fiscal policies and aggregate demand stimulus on technical progress, investment and GDP growth. His aim is to show how expansionary fiscal policies generate a virtuous circle of economic growth, fostering the development and diffusion of innovation process.
His research interests include technical progress, macroeconomics, monetary economics and theories of growth and distribution.
- Deleidi, M. (2018a). Post Keynesian endogenous money theory: A theoretical and empirical investigation of the credit demand schedule. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 41(2), 185-209.
- Deleidi, M., (2018b). Horizontalists, Structuralists and the credit market: an empirical assessment of post-Keynesian endogenous money approaches. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.22652.59528 (Under review).
- Deleidi, M., (2018c). Post-Keynesian endogenous money theory: Horizontalists, Structuralists, and the paradox of illiquidity. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.36074.36809. (Under review).
- Deleidi, M., & Fontana, G., (2016). Money creation in the Eurozone: An empirical assessment of the Endogenous and the Exogenous theories. ECOBATE 2016 Conference Proceedings, awarded as Best Monetary Paper, (Under review)
- Deleidi, M. & Levrero, E. S., (2017). The money creation process: A theoretical and empirical analysis for the US. (Under review).
- Deleidi, M., & Mazzucato, M. (2017). Response to the Treasury Select Committee inquiry: The effectiveness and impact of post-2008 UK monetary policy.
- Deleidi, M., & Mazzucato, M. (2018a). Putting austerity to bed: Technical progress, aggregate demand and the supermultiplier. UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, Working Paper Series (IIPP WP 2018–02). (Under review).
- Deleidi, M., & Mazzucato, M. (2018b). The effectiveness and impact of post-2008 UK monetary policy. UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, Policy Brief 03.
- Deleidi, M., Pariboni, R., & Veronese Passarella, M. (2019). Supermultiplier, innovation and the ecosystem: A stock-flow dynamic model. UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, Working Paper Series (IIPP WP 2019–01).
- Deleidi, M., & Paternesi Meloni, W. (2014). Italian economic trends and labour market reforms: a 50-years overview. ASTRIL WP n.12/2014, ISSN 2280–6229 Working Papers online.
- Deleidi, M., Paternesi Meloni, W., & Stirati, A. (2018c). Structural change, labour productivity and the Kaldor-Verdoorn Law: Evidence from European countries. Roma Tre University, Dept. of Economics, Working Paper Series n. 239. ISSN 2279-6916 (Under review).