Franco Peracchi

Fellow at Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance, Professor of Econometrics at University of Rome Tor Vergata

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.