Born on February 20, 1977. Citizenship: Italian
Aree di ricerca: Microeconomics
Search keywords: Loss aversion, Multiplier effect, Trade policy, Economics and Econometrics, Finance, Cross-border externalities, coordination failures, multilateral institutions, Export policy, Multiplier effect, Food crisis, WTO, Skilled/unskilled workers, Small open economy, Multiple equilibria, Technological Progress, Innovation, Economic growth, Entrepreneurship, International Migration, International Trade
Departments: Dipartimento di Economia e Finanza
CASMEF - Centro Arcelli per gli Studi Monetari e Finanziari
LLEE - LUISS Lab of European Economics
Paolo Giordani is Associate Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics and Finance of LUISS “Guido Carli” University in Rome. Paolo joined LUISS Economics Faculty in 2007. He holds a degree in Economics (summa cum laude) from the University of Bologna and a Ph.D. in Economics from Sapienza University (Rome). His PhD thesis has been awarded a number of prestigious research awards, such as the SIE prize from the Italian Economic Association as the best doctoral dissertation of the year. He has been Marie Curie Fellow at Maastricht University, Jean Monnet Fellow and then Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute (Florence). Paolo regularly publishes in the most prestigious academic journals in economics, such as the Journal of International Economics or the Journal of Economic Theory. His fields of expertize cover international economics, technological progress and economic growth.
Pubblicazioni principali (ultimi 10anni)
- The Puzzle of Immigration Policy (with Michele Ruta), in the Review of international economics, Vol. 19(5), 2011.
- Ambiguity Attitude, R&D Investments and Economic Growth (with Guido Cozzi), in the Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol. 21(2), 2011.
- On Robust Equilibria in Asymmetric R&D-Driven Growth Economies (with Luca Zamparelli), in Decisions in Economics and Finance, Vol. 34(1), 2011.
- Decision Makers Facing Uncertainty: Theory Vs. Evidence (with Karl Schlag and Sanne Zwart): in the Journal of Economic Psychology, Vol. 31(4), 2010.
- The importance of Industrial Policy in the Quality-Ladder Growth Models (with Luca Zamparelli): in The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics Vol. 7 : Iss. 1, 2008 (Topics).
- The Refoundation of Symmetric Equilibrium in Schumpeterian Growth Models (with Guido Cozzi and Luca Zamparelli), in the Journal of Economic Theory , Vol. 136(1), 2007.
- Do Sunspots Matter under Complete Ignorance? (with Guido Cozzi), in Research in Economics 3, 2006.
- Prejudice and Immigration (with Michele Ruta). CeLEG Working Paper n. 0904, 2009, submitted 2012.
- Uncertainty Averse Bank Runners (with Guido Cozzi). Working Paper 2008_03, Department of Economics, University of Glasgow, under review 2012.
- Coordination Failures in Immigration Policy (with Michele Ruta): CeLEG Working Paper, 1101, WTO Staff Working Paper ERSD-2011-012, and LLEE Working Document n. 91, revise&resubmit at The Journal of International Economics.
- On the Dynamic Implications of Internal Finance in R&D Races (with Carlos Ponce): in progress, 2012.
- Strategic Complementarities in the Process of Innovation: Theory and Evidence, in progress, 2012.
- Food Prices and the Multiplier Effect of Export Policy (with Nadia Rocha and Michele Ruta): in progress, 2012.
- Innovazione e ricerca nella teoria neoclassica (with Luca Zamparelli), in "Ricerca, innovazione e crescita in Europa: fatti, teorie e politiche" (edited by M. Franzini, M. Giannini and L. Zamparelli). EGEA: Bocconi University Press, forthcoming 2012.
- La politica industriale nei modelli di crescita con innovazione verticale (with Luca Zamparelli), in "Ricerca, innovazione e crescita in Europa: fatti, teorie e politiche" (edited by M. Franzini, M. Giannini and L. Zamparelli). EGEA: Bocconi University Press, forthcoming 2012.
- Decision-Making under Uncertainty: Applications to Sunspot Theory and Schumpeterian Growth Theory, in the Rivista Italiana degli Economisti, n. 1 (2006): publication of a long abstract of the doctoral dissertation as winner of the SIE prize 2005.