Luigi Ventura is full professor of Economics at Sapienza, University of Rome. He obtained a Ph.D in Economics from the Catholic University of Louvain within the European Doctoral Program in Economics. He lectured extensively in micro and macro economics at Sapienza, and was invited lecturer at other foreign academic institutions, among which the University of Southampton, the London School of Economics, the University of Hawaii and others. His research interests include the economics of risk and time, the economics of saving, and the study of monetary and network aspects of trade.
The wealth dynamics of retirees in Europe: The importance of bequest motives, precautionary saving, public pensions, and homeownership
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- Labour Markets