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Antonella Spinace-Casale

Lecturer, Accountancy
Board Member, C.A.S.IT.
Master degree, University of Siena, 1996
Office: Adamian Academic Center 208 | 781.891._2091 |
Department Phone: 781.891._2409

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A graduate from the University of Siena, where she received her master's degree. She worked at Investors Bank & Trust and Delaware Investments. She was a full-time faculty member in the business department at Bay State College. She joined Bentley as an adjunct lecturer in 2010 and served as an advisor to the Italian/American Chamber of Commerce of New England. Using her accounting and finance expertise, she has been providing consulting to a non-profit organization and was appointed as the Chair and President of the organization in 2017.

Teaching Interests

Financial Accounting, managerial accounting, corporate finance.

Consulting/Practice Interests

Board member of non-profit organization C.A.S.IT. Inc., Wakefield, MA.


Journal Article(s)
Spinace-Casale, A. (2014). The unconventional measures of monetary policy: a model to test the operating effectiveness.. International Research Journal of Applied Finance, Volume V (Issue n.6), 789-804. (link)

Conference Presentations

Stefano Zedda, , A. (2021). "Modeling and simulating cross country banking contagion risks." Presented at the EFA (European Finance Association)'s 48th Annual Meeting of the European Finance Association, Milan (Italy) .

Stefano Zedda, A., . (2020). "Modeling and Simulating Cross Country Banking Contagion Risks." Presented at the The 2020 Cross Country Perspectives in Finance (CCPF) Conference's CCPF-Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (JIFMIM) , online.


Department Service
Committee Member for Academic Integrity Commitee, 2020 - Present
Course Coordinator for Accountancy Department, 2020 - Present
Mentor (Faculty) for Learning & Teaching Council, 2019 - Present
Task Force Member for Accountancy Department, 2020 - 2021