Biography:I have been an Associate Professor in the School of Economics at the University of Nottingham since September 2013. Before joining Nottingham I was an assistant professor at Cambridge University and IMT Lucca, and a Max Weber post-doctoral fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. I am currently a research Fellow at CEP London School of Economics, CESifo Munich and Centro D'Agliano Milano
Current Areas of Research:
Gains from trade: quantitative trade models to assess the impact of trade on income and welfare
Globalization and the labour market: quantifying the impact of trade on unemployment and wage inequality
Innovation/industrial policy: macroeconomic models to assess the role of innovation/industrial policy in promoting growth and development
- PhD in Economics, The New School New York
- MA in Economics, Coripe University of Turin
- BA in Economics, University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Affiliations/Professional activities with other institutions:
- University of Nottingham
- Associate Professor
- London School of Economics
- Research Associate
- Firm Dynamics and Residual Inequality in Open Economies (w/ G. Felbermayr, J. Prat), Journal of the European Economic Association, Volume 16, Issue 5, 1 October 2018, Pages 1476–1539.
- Trade, Firm Selection, and Innovation: the Competition Channel (w/O. Licandro), Economic Journal, 128:608, pp.189-229 (February 2018).
- Globalization and Wage Polarization, with G. Cozzi, Review of Economics and Statistics, 98:5 (December 2016).
Firm dynamics and residual inequality in open economies
Gabriel Felbermayr, Giammario Impullitti and Julien Prat
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Trade, Firm Selection and Innovation: The Competition Channel
Giammario Impullitti and Omar Licandro
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