Courses a.y. 2015/2016
30300 EMPIRICAL RESEARCH METHODS
40271 ECONOMETRICS 2 (MICROECONOMETRICS)
Ph.D. in Economics from the European University Institute (2005). Master in Economics from Bocconi University (1999). B.A. in Political Sciences from the University of Florence (1998).
Full Professor in the "Ettore Bocconi" Department of Economics.
Political economics, applied econometrics, comparative politics, labor economics, public economics.
"How Do Voters Respond to Information? Evidence from a Randomized Campaign" (con C. Kendall e F. Trebbi), American Economic Review, 2014; "Meet the Press: How Voters and Politicians Respond to Newspaper Entry and Exit" (con F. Drago e F.Sobbrio), American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2014; "The Political Resource Curse" (con F. Brollo, R. Perotti e G. Tabellini), American Economic Review, 2013; "Assessing Economic Liberalization Episodes: A Synthetic Control Approach" (con A. Billmeier), Review of Economics and Statistics, 2013; "Do Better Paid Politicians Perform Better? Disentangling Incentives from Selection" (con S. Gagliarducci), Journal of the European Economic Association, 2013; "Social Capital and Political Accountability" (con A. Stella, G. Tabellini e U. Troiano), American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2013; "Tying Your Enemy's Hands in Close Races: The Politics of Federal Transfers in Brazil" (con F. Brollo), American Political Science Review, 2012; "Competing on Good Politicians" (con V. Galasso), American Political Science Review, 2011; "Electoral Rules and Politicians' Behavior: A Micro Test" (con S. Gagliarducci e P. Naticchioni), American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2011; "Moonlighting Politicians" (con S. Gagliarducci e P. Naticchioni), Journal of Public Economics, 2010.