Alberto Dalmazzo

Curriculum in breve
Alberto Dalmazzo
Professore ordinario
Settore scientifico disciplinare: SECS-P/01 Economia Politica
Interessi di ricerca: economia del lavoro, economia monetaria
 
 
Laurea in Economia Politica, Università di Siena;
Master of Science in Economics, London School of Economics;
Ph.D. in Economics, London School of Economics (titolo: "Technological and Financial Factors in Models of Wage Determination");
Research Assistant presso il Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics dal 1989 al 1991.
Ricercatore presso il Dipartimento di Economia Politica dell'Università di Siena dal giugno 1991 all'ottobre 1998.
Professore Associato di Politica Economica presso il Dipartimento di Economia Politica dell'Università di Siena dal novembre 1998 al novembre 2002.
Associate Editor di "Economic Notes".
Principali pubblicazioni
  •  "The Size of Political Jurisdictions: A Model with some Evidence from a Fascist Consolidation" (con Monica Andini e Guido de Blasio), forthcoming Journal of Comparative Economics  (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jce.2016.08.005)
  •  “Communities and Social Inefficiency with Heterogeneous Groups” (con Paolo Pin e Diego Scalise), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, vol.48, p.410-427, November 2014.
  •  “Skill Polarization in Local Labor Markets under Share-Altering Technical Change” (con Antonio Accetturo e Guido de Blasio), Journal of Regional Science, vol.54, p.249-272, 2014
  • "Amenities and Skill-Biased Agglomeration Effects: Some Result on Italian Cities" (con Guido de Blasio), Papers in Regional Science, Vol.90, p.503-527, 2011.
  • "O-ring Wage Inequality" (with Tuomas Pekkarinen and Pasquale Scaramozzino), Economica, vol.74, p.515-536, August 2007.
  • "Production and consumption externalities of human capital: An empirical study for Italy" (with Guido de Blasio), Journal of Population Economics, vol.20, p.359-382, 2007.
  • "Fiscal-Monetary Policy Interactions in the Presence of Unionized Labor Markets" (with Alex Cukierman), International Tax and Public Finance, vol.13, No.4, p.411-435, 2006.
  • "Monetary Institutions, Monopolistic Competition, Unionized Labor Markets and Economic Performance" (with Fabrizio Coricelli and Alex Cukierman), Scandinavian Journal of Economics, vol.108(1), p.39-63, 2006.
  • "Resources and incentives to reform" (with Guido de Blasio), IMF Staff Papers, vol.50, No.2, p.250-273, 2003.
  • "Technological complexity, wage differentials and unemployment", Scandinavian Journal of Economics, vol.104 (4), p.515-530, December 2002.