Professor of Econometrics at Tor Vergata University and Fellow of the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance (EIEF), both in Rome, Italy. After receiving a MSc in Econometrics from the LSE and a PhD in Economics from Princeton University, he taught at UCLA and NYU. He is now a Visiting Professor at Georgetown University. His research interests include econometrics, labour and health economics, and the economics of social security and pensions. He is currently working on a variety of issues including long-term effects of growing up in wartime, cognitive decline among the elderly, and nonresponse and missing data in household surveys.
Assessing Italian research quality: A comparison between bibliometric evaluation and informed peer review
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- Frontiers of economic research