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Pension economics

Present position:

•Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics and Law, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

•Adjunct Professor, St. John’s University, Rome Campus.


•1982: Research student, University of Paris X (Nanterre);

•1983: Research student, Freie Universität Berlin;

•1986: Laurea cum laude in Economics and Political Sciences, Sapienza University of Rome;

•1989-92: Ph.D. in Economics, Sapienza University of Rome.

Research interest: Theory of value and distribution. Time use and choice theory. Pension systems.

Awards/Scientific Positions:

•Scientific Director of Creativity and Motivations Economic Research Centre, Department of Economics and Law, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

•Chair, Post Graduate Program in Global Economy and Business, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

•2001-02: Member of the working group on “Confidence indicators and entrpreneurs’ expectations” appointed by the Guarantee Commission for Statistical Information, of the Italian Government.

•1996-2000: Academic Board, Ph.D. program in Economics and Institutional Reality, Sapienza University of Rome

•1995-96: Member of the Commission for the Italian Transportation Plan at the Ministry of Transports

Memberships/Refereeing for Journals:

Board of Directors Italian Association for the History of Political Economy (STOREP).

Referee for: Cambridge Journal of Economics, Review of Political Economy, Applied Economics, Economia Politica, International Advances in Economic Research, History of Political Economy, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, Atlantic Economic Journal.


Main Publications:

1. Some Questions for New Keynesians, (with Fabio D'Orlando), in New Keynesian Economics/Post Keynesian Alternatives, edited by Roy Rotheim, Routledge, 1998;

2. Competing Economic Theories - Essays in Memory of Giovanni Caravale, (edited by, in collaboration with D. Tosato), London: Routledge 2002.

3. “Classical-type Temporary Positions: a Cost-plus Model”, Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, vol.25, n.1, Fall 2002.

4. “Consumption and Time in Economics: Prices and Quantities in a Temporary Equilibrium Perspective”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol.29, n.6/2005, pp. 943-57.

5. “Implementing the NDC theoretical model: a comparison of Italy and Sweden”, (with Sandro Gronchi) in Holzmann R., Palmer E. (eds) Pension Reform: Issues and Prospects for Non-Financial Defined Contribution (NDC) Schemes, Washington D.C.: World Bank. (2006).

6. "Sraffa 1926 and Sraffa 1960: An Attempt to Bridge the Gap" in G. Chiodi and L. Ditta (eds), Sraffa or An Alternative Economics, Basingstock: Palgrave Macmillan 2007.

7. “The Theoretical Foundations of NDC Pension Schemes” (with Sandro Gronchi), Metroeconomica, vol.58, 2, 2008.

8. Discussion of “Is Social Security secure with NDC” by Boeri and Galasso, in Holzmann, R, E. Palmer, D.Robalino (eds) Nonfinancial Defined Contributions Pension Schemes in a Changing Pension World, Washington D.C.: World Bank, 2012.

[Ultima modifica: martedì 19 gennaio 2021]