CORICELLI, FABRIZIO

 
Fabrizio Coricelli's Mug ShotProfessore di Economia, Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Research Fellow, CEPR London


Principali Aree di Interesse:

  • Economia dell’Integrazione Europea (effetti dell’integrazione economica e politica)
  • Economia Internazionale (crisi finanziarie e disoccupazione), Economia dei Paesi Emergenti
  • Economia e politica delle liberalizzazioni finanziarie
  • Miti e realtà del declino economico italiano

 

 

Breve Profilo Professionale:

 

 

Professore di economia presso la Paris School of Economics, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. E’ anche research fellow presso il CEPR di Londra, per il quale dirige l’European Central Banking Network. Ha una lunga esperienza lavorativa in organizzazioni internazionali, avendo lavorato a Washington al Fondo Monetario e alla Banca Mondiale, a Londra alla Bers e a Bruxelles alla Commissione Europea.

 

 

 

Profilo accademico:
  • Laurea in Economia, Università di Modena, Italia
 
  • Ph. D. in economia, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

 

 

Selezione di pubblicazioni recenti:  
 Libri: 
 
  • Coricelli, F. (1998) Macroeconomic policies and development of markets in economies in transition, Central European University Press/ Oxford University Pres
  • Boeri, T. and F. Coricelli (2003) Europa: più grande o più unita? Ed. Laterza
  • Coricelli, F., M. Frigerio, L. Lorenzoni, L. Moretti e A. Santoni (2012), Il declino dell’economia italiana tra realtà e falsi miti, Carocci
    Articoli e Commenti 
 
  • Guillermo Calvo & Fabrizio Coricelli & Pablo Ottonello, 2013. "Jobless Recoveries During Financial Crises: Is Inflation the Way Out?," NBER Working Papers 19683, published in Macroeconomic and Financial Stability: Challenges for Monetary Policy, edited by Sofia Bauducco, Lawrence Christiano and Claudio Raddatz. Santiago, Chile. 2014.
  • Calvo G., F. Coricelli and P. Ottonello, (2012), “The labor market consequences of financial crises with and without inflation: Jobless and wageless recoveries”, NBER Working Papers 18480.
  • Coricelli, F., F.R. Ravasan and A. Woergoetter 2013, “The origins of the German current account surplus: Unbalanced productivity growth and structural change," CEPR Discussion Papers 9527.
  • Campos, N. and F.Coricelli, (2002)- "Growth in transition: what we know, what we don't, and what we should", Journal of Economic Literature, September.
  • Coricelli, F.,(1996) "Finance and growth in economies in transition", European Economic Review, 40.
  • Campos, N., F. Coricelli and Luigi Moretti (2014), “Economic Growth and Political Integration: Estimating the Benefits from Membership in the European Union Using the Synthetic Counterfactuals Method," IZA Discussion Papers 8162 and CEPR Discussion Papers 9968.
  • Campos, N. and F.Coricelli (2012) “Financial Liberalization and Reversals: Political and Economic Determinants”, Economic Policy.
    Commenti in Voxeu
 
  • Some unpleasant Brexit econometrics 
11 December 2015
  • Reforming Greece 
17 July 2015
  • European integration: Benefits of deep versus shallow integration 
19 June 2015
  • Britain’s EU membership: New insight from economic history 
03 February 2015
  • How poorer nations benefit from EU membership 
09 April 2014
  • How rich nations benefit from EU membership 
05 April 2014
  • US unemployment: Neither natural nor unnatural 
24 July 2012