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ALESSANDRA CASARICO

ALESSANDRA CASARICO
Associate Professor
Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management

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Courses a.y. 2017/2018

20271 PUBLIC ECONOMICS
40274 TOPICS IN PUBLIC POLICY
50011 SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE [PUBLIC FINANCE]

Courses previous a.y.


Biographical note

Laurea in Economic and Social Sciences from Università Bocconi. D.Phil. in Economics, Oxford University, Nuffield College.


Academic CV

Associate Professor of Public Economics. CESifo Research Fellow. Centro D'Agliano Research Fellow. Director of the  "Welfare State and Taxation Unit", Dondena Research Centre. 


Research areas

Human capital and Public Policy. Gender Economics. Migration policies.


Selected publications

Taxation and parental time allocation under different assumptions on altruism, with A. Sommacal, International Tax and Public Finance, 2018; A critical comparison of migration policies: Entry fee versus quota, with O. Stark, L. Byra and S. Uebelmesser, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2017; On the regional labor market determinants of female university enrolment in Europe, with P.Profeta and C.Pronzato, Regional Studies, 2016; Tax Structure and Macroeconomic performance, with G. Arachi and V. Bucci, International Tax and Public Finance, 2015; Intergenerational Trasmission of Skills during childhood and Optimal Public Policies, with L.Micheletto and A.Sommacal, Journal of Population Economics, 2015; Gender quotas and the quality of politicians, with A.Baltrunaite, P.Bello and P.Profeta, Journal of Public Economics, 2014; On the formation of international migration policies when no country has an exclusive policy setting say, with C.Devillanova, O.Stark and S. Uebelmesser, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2012; Labour income taxation, human capital and growth: the role of child care, with A. Sommacal, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2012; Gender culture and gender gap in employment, with P.Campa and P.Profeta, CESifo Economic Studies, 2011; Capital-skill Complementarity and the Redistributive Effects of Social Security Reform, with C. Devillanova, Journal of Public Economics, 2008; Social Security and Migration with Endogenous Skill Upgrading, with C. Devillanova, Journal of Public Economics, 2003; Pension Reform and Economic Performance under Imperfect Capital Markets, The Economic Journal, 1998.