Matteo Deleidi is a Research Fellow in Monetary Economics at Roma Tre University and an Honorary Research Associate in Finance and Innovation at the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, University College London. Matteo Deleidi is currently working at the transmission mechanism of monetary policy with a focus on the US economy. In collaboration with Professor Mariana Mazzucato, Matteo Deleidi is leading a research stream regarding ‘macroeconomic implications of mission oriented policies’. He obtained his PhD in Political Economy in May 2016 at Roma Tre University, where he produced a doctoral dissertation on the money creation process, under the supervision of Professor Antonella Stirati. During his PhD period, Matteo Deleidi was a visiting researcher at the Leeds University Business School, where he worked with Professor Giuseppe Fontana on the money creation process in European countries. His research interests include monetary economics, macroeconomics, technical progress and theories of growth and distribution.