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PhD Filippo TADDEI Fellow and Director, Bologna Institute for Policy Research, SAIS - School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University; Former Economic and Labor Affairs Spokesperson, Italian Democratic Party, Bologna

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2001 Visiting Researcher, Prometeia - Econometric Studies and Forecasts, Italy
2003 Researcher, Staff of the President: Prof. Stanley Fischer, Citigroup Inc, USA
2005-2007 Lecturer, SIPA - School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
2007 Consultant, Regional Study "Country Insurance", World Bank
2007-2012 Assistant Professor, CCA - Collegio Carlo Alberto
2008 Consultant, FIAT Group S.p.A.
2009-2013 Consultant, Right Management, Manpower
2010-2013 Member, Scientific Committee, Nomisma S.p.A.
2012 Consultant, "Duality in the European Labor Market", European Commission
2012-2015 Assistant Professor, SAIS - School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
2012-2017 Research Fellow, CCA - Collegio Carlo Alberto
2013 Consultant, "The Italian Labor Market in Perspective", International Labor Organization
2011-2016 Member, Board of Directors, Instituto Cattaneo
2013-2017 Economic and Labor Affairs Spokesperson, Italian Democratic Party and Advisor to the Italian Prime Minister
since 2015 Fellow (with Tenure), SAIS - School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Publications

"Real Estate Prices: the Role of Bequest Taxation" (with Giorgio Bellettini and Giulio Zanella), B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, (Contributions), Volume 13, Issue 1, October 2013
"Innovation, Growth and Aggregate Volatility from a Bayesian Non Parametric Perspective" (with Antonio Lijoi, Pietro Muliere and Igor Pruenster), Electronic Journal of Statistics, Volume 10, No. 2, 2179-2203, 2016
"Intergenerational Altruism and House Prices: Evidence from bequest Tax Reforms in Italy", with Giorgio Bellettini and Giulio Zanella, European Economic Review (Lead Article), Volume 92, 1-12, February 2017
"Indexed Sovereign Debt" (with Lucas Bertinatto, David Gomtsyan, Guido Sandleris and Horacio Sapriza), Working Papter, Collegio Carlo Alberto

Awards

Wueller Research Award, Columbia University, 2003
Young Economist Award, European Economic Association, 2006
Lamfalussy Fellow, European Central Bank, 2012-2013