Giuliano G. Castellano is an Adjunct Professor and a Research Fellow at Bocconi University (Law Department and School of Law) in Milan. He is also an Associate Researcher at the Ecole Polytechnique (Preg/CRG) in Paris. He serves as member of the Italian Delegation at the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and he has been appointed by the UNCITRAL Secretariat as an International Expert on security interests and access to credit.
He has taught in different international institutions (Bocconi University, Chicago-Kent College of Law, the Institute for Advanced Study of Pavia, and the International University College of Turin) a number of core and 'research-led' courses for graduates and undergraduates, in the following fields: Comparative Law, International Business Transactions, Introduction to the Legal System, European Law, Law and Economics, and Risk Regulation. At the IUC he teaches 'Financial Markets Regulation and Governance', 'Financial Instruments', and 'Issues in Law and Finance: EU and the US'.
Giuliano holds a Law Degree from Bocconi University (Milan), a PhD in 'Comparative Analysis of Law, Economics and Institutions' (University of Turin, Italy) and a PhD in 'Economics and Social Sciences' with highest honors from the Ecole Polytechnique of Paris (Preg/CRG). He conducted his postdoc at the University of Oxford (Centre for Socio-Legal Studies). His research and publication in international peer-reviewed journals mainly stands in the following fields: Comparative Law and Economics, Comparative Financial Markets Regulation and Governance, International Trade, and Risk Regulation.