Gabriele Ciminelli

Economist, OECD Economics Department at Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)

Gabriele Ciminelli is an applied macroeconomist with interests in fiscal and monetary policy, labour markets, international finance and political economy. He has written papers on issues like the electoral effects of fiscal austerity, the role of U.S. monetary policy news in driving international mutual fund investment, the distributional implications of labor market deregulation and the role of discrimination in driving gender wage gaps. Currently, he works in the OECD Economics Department. Before joining the OECD, he was Assistant Professor at the Asia School of Business and Research Affiliate at MIT Sloan. Previously, he worked in the Research Department of the IMF. Gabriele holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Tinbergen Institute and the University of Amsterdam and an M.A. in International Relations from Bologna University.