Marco Corradi is assistant professor at ESSEC Business School in Paris and in Singapore.
Marco graduated Summa cum Laude at Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum Law School, where he completed his studies with a thesis on the shareholders’ conflict of interest. He was subsequently awarded a DPHIL (Oxford – Jesus College), an MPhil (Oxford – St Catherine’s College) - both in Comparative and European Corporate Law- and an MJUR (LLM) in Law (Oxford – St Catherine’s College).
His present research interests are comparative corporate law, venture capital law and EU competition law - with focus on the relationships between competition law, corporate law and financial markets law.
Since 2011, he has taken part to international policy researches on competition law and free trade law, commissioned by non-European competition authorities and governments.
He has received research grants by British, Italian and Swedish institutions.
Marco is author of publications in Italian, English and French and some of his research contributions have been translated into and published also in Chinese.
He is also qualified as 'Avvocato' at the Bologna Bar Association, as 'Civil and Business Mediator' at ADR Chambers in London and he is a member of the Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit (Germany Arbitration Institute).