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Geographic Areas
Europe

Issues
Economics
International Finance

Languages
Italian

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Filippo Taddei
Assistant Professor of Economics

Background and Education
Assistant professor, Collegio Carlo Alberto (2007-2012); Lecturer, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University (2005-2007). Honors and advising positions: Lamfalussy Fellowship, European Central Bank (2012-2013); Advisor, International Labor Organization (ILO) (2012-2013); Advisor, European Commission (2012); Adviser, World Bank (2006); Young Economist Award, European Economic Association (2006). Board Memberships: Member of the Scientific Committee, Nomisma, Spa (2010-2014); Board of Directors, Istituto Cattaneo (2011-2014); Ph.D., in Economics, Columbia University

Publications
"Bequest Taxes, Donations, and House Prices," with G. Bellettini and G. Zanella, BE Journal of Macroeconomics (2013); "International Capital Flows and Credit Market Imperfections: a Tale of Two Frictions," with A. Martin in Journal of International Economics (2013); "Financial Frictions, International Capital Flows and Welfare," ECB Working Paper (2013); "Italy: A Dual Labor Market in Transition," with P. Garibaldi, ILO Employment Working Paper 144 (2013); "Exchangeable Random Partitions for Statistical and Economic Modelling," with A. Lijoi, P. Muliere and I. Pruenster, in Atti Convegno su Economia e Incertezza, EUT-Edizioni Universita' di Trieste (2010); Working Papers: "Intergenerational Altruism and House Prices: evidence from bequest tax repeal in Italy," with G. Bellettini and G. Zanella (2013); "Age Before Beauty? Productivity and Work vs. Seniority and Early Retirement," with G. Mastrobuoni (2013); "Liquidity and Economic Fluctuations" (2012); "Indexed Sovereign Debt: an Applied Framework," with G. Sandleris and H. Sapriza (2012); "Innovation, Growth and Aggregate Volatility from a Bayesian Non Parametric Perspective," with A. Lijoi, P. Muliere and I. Pruenster (2011). For a recent curriculum vitae including a full list of publications, see personal webpage



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