University of Bologna
Murad Harasheh is a Senior Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Bologna, a research associate at Yunus Social Business Center of Bologna, and a core faculty at Bologna Business School (BBS). He holds a Ph.D. in Economics, Law, and Institutions from the School of Advanced Studies of Pavia (IUSS). In 2021, he obtained the Italian National Scientific Qualification (ASN) as a 2nd tier (Associate) Professor in “Economics of Financial Intermediaries and Corporate Finance.” Previously, he collaborated with the Italian Authority for Energy Regulations (ARERA) as an economist and energy markets analyst. His primary research interests are related to corporate finance, firm valuation, energy and commodity Finance, and sustainability economics. He is the author of the book “Global Commodities: Physical, Financial, and Sustainability Aspects” and various publications in international journals in Finance, business valuation, and energy. In addition, he teaches several courses such as Corporate Financial Valuation, Corporate Finance, Global Commodity Markets, Energy Markets, and Sustainability Governance.
Dynamic connectedness between energy markets and cryptocurrencies: evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the authors use the time-varying parameter vector autoregression approach to to explore the connectedness between cryptocurrencies and international energy markets from 2018 to 2021.