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Fabrizio Perri's Mug ShotProfessore associato di economia all’Università del Minnesota
Consulente della Federal Reserve Bank di Minneapolis

Ambiti principali: cicli economici e sviluppo economico; macroeconomia generale ed internazionale, disparità e disuguaglianze di reddito a livello internazionale; mercati azionari
 

 
Profilo professionale:

Fabrizio Perri è professore associato di economia all’Università del Minnesota e consulente della Federal Reserve Bank di Minneapolis. Precedentemente era stato Berkeley Professor di economia e commercio all’università di New York, Professore associato presso il Dipartimento di economia della Stern School of Business della New York University, Senior Economist alla Federal Reserve Bank di Minneapolis and Fellow della sezione di economia del dipartimento di Economia alla Princeton University.

Il Prof. Perri svolge il suo lavoro di ricerca nei campi della macroeconomia e macroeconomia internazionale e della diseguaglianza. È particolarmente interessato alle possibilità di partecipazione al rischio tra individui e paesi. Parallelamente alla sua attività, è stato visiting scholar alle Federal Reserve Bank di New York e Philadelphia e all’International Monetary Fund e docente all’università della Pennsylvania, all’Università del Wisconsin ed alla Northwestern University. È inoltre affiliato del National Bureau of Economic Research e del Centre for Economic Policy Research.
I suoi articoli sono apparsi in pubblicazioni come Econometrica, the Review of Economic Studies, the Journal of Monetary Economics. È condirettore di Quantitative Economics, della Review of Economic Dynamics, del Journal of the European Economic Association e del Journal of Economic Theory.

Durante la sua carriera è stato insignito di numerosi riconoscimenti:

  • grant NSF per “Come reagiscono le famiglie agli shock sul reddito: prove, teoria ed implicazioni”, 2008-2010
  • Peter Kenen Fellowship, International Economics Section, Princeton University, 2001-2002
  • Carey Prize for Outstanding Dissertation in Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2000
  • Finalista del concorso “Miglior giovane economista italiano” indetto dal “Sole 24 ore”, 1999
  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Dissertation Fellowship, 1996-97
  • Hiram Haney Prize for Best Paper, University of Pennsylvania, 1997
  • Q8 International Economics Prize, University of Rome, 1997
  • University of Pennsylvania Fellowship, 1993-1994

    Il Professor Perri è un oratore ottimo e molto noto che partecipa di frequente a conferenze internazionali e nazionali.

 

 

Istruzione:
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
 
  • Ph.D. in Economics, 1999, Dissertazione: “Discorsi sulla partecipazione al rischio e di macroeconomia”
 
  • MA in Economics, 1995
 
  • Universitá Bocconi di Milano, Laurea con lode in economia e scienze sociali (DES), 1992

 

 

Opere Selezionate: Opere pubblicate e prossime alla pubblicazione
 
  • “Public versus private risk sharing” (with D. Krueger), Journal of Economic Theory, Forthcoming, 2011e
 
  • “Tax Buyouts” (with M. Del Negro and F. Schivardi), Journal of Monetary Economics, July 2010, 57(5), 576-595
 
  • Comment on: “From Great Depression to Great Credit Crisis: Similarities,Differences and Lessons”, by M. Almunia, A. Benetrix, B. Eichengreen, K. O’Rourke and G. Rua, Economic Policy, April 2010, 62, 254-258
 
  • “Cross sectional facts for macroeconomists” (with D. Kreuger, L. Pistaferri and G. Violante), Review of Economic Dynamics, January 2010, 13(1), 1-14
 
  • “Unequal We Stand: An Empirical Analysis of Economic Inequality in the United States, 1967-2006” (with J. Heathcote and G. Violante), Review of Economic Dynamics, January 2010, 13(1), 15-51
 
  • Comment on: “Planning to cheat: EU fiscal policy in real time" by R. Beetsma, M. Giuliodori and P. Wierts, Economic Policy, October 2009, 60, 797-801
 
  • Comment on: “Unsecured Credit markets Are Not Insurance Markets” by K. Athreya, X. S. Tam and E. R. Young, Journal of Monetary Economics, January 2009, 56, 104-108
 
  • “Evaluating Asset Pricing Models with Limited Commitment using Household Consumption Data” (with D. Krueger and H. Lustig), Journal of the European Economic Association (Papers and Proceedings), April-May 2008, 6/2-3, 715-726
 
  • Comment on: ‘‘Optimal saving distortions with recursive preferences’’ by Emmanuel Fahri and Ivan Werning. Journal of Monetary Economics January 2008, 55, 43-47
 
  • “Default and Enforcement Constraints” in S. Durlauf and L. Blume (eds) The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd edition, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke and New York), 2008
 
  • “The Great Moderation and the US External Imbalance” (with A. Fogli), Monetary and Economic Studies, December 2006, 24, 209-225
 
  • “Does Income Inequality lead to Consumption Inequality? Evidence and Theory” (with D. Krueger), Review of Economic Studies, March 2006, 73, 163-193
 
  • “Understanding consumption smoothing: Evidence from the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Data” (with D. Krueger), Journal of the European Economic Association (Papers and Proceedings), April-May 2005, 3/2-3, p. 340-349
 
  • “Business Cycles in Emerging Economies: the Role of Interest Rates’’ (with A. Neumeyer) Journal of Monetary Economics, March 2005, 52/2, 345-380
 
  • “The Great Depression in Italy: Trade Restrictions and Real Wage Rigidities” (with V. Quadrini), Review of Economic Dynamics, January 2002, 5/1, 128-151
    Reprinted in “Great Depressions of the Twentieth Century”, Tim Kehoe and Ed Prescott (eds), Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 2007, 167-190
 
  • “Comment to: Current accounts in the long and short run”, in M. Gertler and K. Rogoff (eds) NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2002, 95-105, MIT Press, Cambridge 2003
 
  • “L’integrazione europea: un’analisi empirica” (with M. De Cecco), Moneta e Credito, March 1996, 193, 89-121 (In Italian)