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Barbara Petrongolo's Mug ShotProfessor of Economics, Queen Mary University London, UK
Research Associate, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics, UK

Argomenti principali: Economia del lavoro, in particolare ineguaglianze di genere (“gender economics”), mobilità, ricerca del posto di lavoro; politiche pubbliche e mercati del lavoro local

Profilo professionale: Barbara Petrongolo è stata Assistant Professor of Economics presso l'Università Carlos III di Madrid e presso la London School of Economics.
Dal 2010 è Professor of Economics presso la Queen Mary University (London) e Research Associate al Centre for Economic Performance (LSE).
È inoltre Research Fellow del Centre for Economic Policy Research e fa parte del Council della European Economic Association.
Si occupa prevalentemente di economia del lavoro e in particolare di ineguaglianze di genere, mobilità e ricerca del posto di lavoro, politiche pubbliche e mercati del lavoro locali.



Journal Publications:
  • Job and wage mobility with minimum wages and imperfect compliance. (con Zvi Eckstein and Suqin Ge). Journal of Applied Econometrics 26: 580-612, 2011
  • What are the long-term effects of UI? Evidence from the UK JSA Reform. Journal of Public Economics 93: 1234-1253, 2009
  • Unequal pay or unequal employment? A cross-country analysis of gender gaps. (con Claudia Olivetti). Journal of Labor Economics 26: 621-654, 2008
  • The ins and outs of European unemployment (con Christopher Pissarides). American Economic Review, P&P, 98: 256-262, 2008
  • A test between stock-flow matching and the random matching function approach (con Melvyn Coles). International Economic Review 49: 1113-1141, 2008
  • The part-time penalty for women in Britain (with Alan Manning). Economic Journal 118: F28-F51, 2008
  • How binding are legal limits? Transitions from temporary to permanent work in Spain (con Maia Guell), Labour Economics 14: 153-183, 2007. E in El Pais
  • Regional mismatch and unemployment: Theory and evidence from Italy, 1977-1998 (con Marco Manacorda), Journal of Population Economics 19: 137-162, 2006
  • Scale effects in markets with search (con Christopher Pissarides). Economic Journal 116: 21-44, 2005
  • Stock-flow matching and the performance of the labor market (con Paul Gregg), European Economic Review 49: 1987-2011, 2005
  • Gender segregation in employment contracts, Journal of the European Economic Association 2: 331-345, 2004
  • Re-employment probabilities and returns to matching. Journal of Labor Economics 19: 716-741, 2001
  • Looking into the black box: A survey of the matching function. (con Christopher Pissarides). Journal of Economic Literature 39: 390-431, 2001
  • Firing costs and stigma: A theoretical analysis and empirical evidence on micro data. (con Patrizia Canziani). European Economic Review 45: 1877-1906, 2001
  • Staying-on at school at 16: The impact of labor market conditions in Spain. (con Maria San Segundo). Economics of Education Review 21: 353-365, 2002
  • Skill mismatch and unemployment in OECD countries (con Marco Manacorda). Economica 66: 181-207, 1999.