Curriculum Vitae

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Curriculum Vitae
Luca Zamparelli
Contact information: Piazzale A. Moro 4, 00185, Rome, Italy; E-mail:
[email protected]
2011 to date: Assistant Professor at Department of Social and Economic Sciences, ‘La Sapienza’
University of Rome.
ASN 2012 (abilitazione scientifica nazionale) for Associate Professor in SSD: SECS- P01, SECSP02.
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Economics and Business, LUISS, Guido Carli,
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Economic Theory, ‘La Sapienza’ University of
Visiting Scholar at New School for Social Research, New York.
Visiting Scholar at ‘Colegio de Mexico’, Mexico City.
Instructor, New York University, New York.
Research Fellow at the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analyses (SCEPA),
New York.
PhD in Economics, New School for Social Research, New York.
Visiting Student, New York University.
M Phil in Economics, New School for Social Research, New York.
Doctorate in Political Economy, Department of Public Economics at University of
Rome ‘La Sapienza’.
Laurea in Economia e Commercio: 110/110 summa cum laude, University of ‘Roma
‘University of Copenhagen’, Department of Economics: Exchange student.
High School degree: 60/60. ‘Liceo Ginnasio E. Q. Visconti’, Rome.
Journals articles:
‘Induced Innovation, Endogenous Technical Change, and Income Distribution in a Labor
Constrained Model of Classical Growth’, forthcoming in Metroeconomica.
‘Endogenous Technical Change, Employment and Distribution in the Goodwin Model of the
Growth Cycle’ (with D. Tavani), Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, Volume
0, Issue 0, ISSN (Online) 1558-3708, ISSN (Print) 1081-1826, DOI: 10.1515/snde-20130117, July 2014.
‘Centralized Wage Setting and Labor Market Policies: the Nordic Model Case’ (with F.
Vona), The Eastern Economic Journal, 2014, 40(3): 349-364.
‘On Robust Asymmetric Equilibria in Asymmetric R&D-driven Growth Economies’ (with
P. Giordani), Decisions in Economics and Finance, 2011, 34(1): 67-84.
‘Balanced Growth and Structural Breaks: Evidence for Germany’ (with D. Herzer and N.
Kemper), Empirical Economics, 2011, 40(2): 409-424.
‘Average Cost and Marginal Cost Pricing in Marshall: Textual Analysis and Interpretation’,
The European Journal of History of Economic Thought, 2009, 16(4): 665-694.
‘Cycles and Trends in U.S. Net Borrowing Flows’ (with N. Barbosa-Filho, C. Rada and L.
Taylor), The Journal of Post-keynesian Economics, 2008, 30(4): 623-648.
‘The Relevance of Industrial Policy in a Quality-Ladder Growth Model’ (with P. Giordani),
The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, 2008, 8(1).
‘The Refoundation of Symmetric Equilibrium in Schumpeterian Growth Models’ (with G.
Cozzi and P. Giordani), The Journal of Economic Theory, 2007, 136(1): 787-797.
‘The Steady State Growth Rate in the Neoclassical Theory: a Brief Survey’, New School
Economic Review, 2004, 1 (1): 65-82.
Book chapters and books:
‘Innovare per Crescere – strategie e scelte politiche’ (with M. Franzini and M. Giannini,
Eds.), 2012, EGEA, Milano.
‘Innovazione e Ricerca: inquadramento teorico’ (with P. Giordani), in ‘Innovare per
Crescere – strategie e scelte politiche’ (M. Franzini, M. Giannini and L. Zamparelli Eds.),
2012, EGEA, Milano.
‘La Politica Industriale nei Modelli di Crescita con Innovazione Verticale’ (with P.
Giordani), in ‘Innovare per Crescere – strategie e scelte politiche’ (M. Franzini, M. Giannini
and L. Zamparelli Eds.), 2012, EGEA, Milano.
‘Teorie della crescita a confronto’ (with A. Billi and R. Pasca di Magliano), 2009, Nuova
Cultura, Roma.
Working papers and work in progress:
‘Government Spending Composition, Income Distribution and Growth’, (with D. Tavani),
2014, Department of Social and Economic Sciences, WP series, 10/2014.
‘Fiscal, Foreign, And Private Net Borrowing: Widely Accepted Theories Don’t Closely Fit
The Facts’, (with N. Barbosa-Filho, C. Rada e L. Taylor). Anais do XXXIV Econtro
Nacional de Economia [Proceedings of the 34th Brazilian Economics Meeting] 177,
ANPEC, 2006.
‘Elements of Mathematics for Economic Analysis’ (undergrad). University of Rome ‘La
Sapienza’. (Spring 2014)
‘Advanced Macroeconomics’ (master). University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’. (Fall 2012, Fall
‘Seminars on Growth Theory’ (Phd). University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’. (Spring 2014,
Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2011)
‘Development and Economic Growth’ (undergrad, with G. Di Vaio). LUISS - Guido Carli
(Spring 2012)
‘Macroeconomics and Economic Policy’ [Part 2/5 Medium Run] (undergrad, with P.
Giordani). LUISS - Guido Carli (Fall 2012, Fall 2011)
‘Economics and Finance of Emerging Coutries’ (undergrad, with M. De Cecco). LUISS Guido Carli (Fall 2010)
‘Macroeconomics’, (master). University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’. (Fall 2010, Fall 2009, Fall
‘Economics of Innovation and Competitiveness’ [Part 2/5 R&D Growth] (undergrad, with P.
Giordani). LUISS - Guido Carli (Fall 2008)
‘Industrial Organization’, (undergrad). New York University, New York, (Spring 2007)
Teaching assistant for ‘Microeconomics’ (undergrad, Prof. P. Giordani), LUISS - Guido
Carli (Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Fall 2009)
Teaching Assistant for ‘Advanced Microeconomics’ (PhD, Prof. D. Foley), New School for
Social Research, New York (Fall 2006, 2007)
Teaching Assistant for ‘Graduate Macroeconomics’ (master, Prof. W. Semmler), New
School for Social Research, New York (Spring 2006)
• Reviewer for: Journal of Economic Growth, Journal of Economics, Metroeconomica,
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, New School Economic Review, Review of
Economics and Institutions, Review of Keynesian Economics.
• Supervisor of Phd dissertation: 1 in 2013
• Supervisor of 'Laurea' dissertations: 4 per year on average since 2009
• Member of the 'La Sapienza' University of Rome Phd in International Economics and
Finance, 2011-13
• Member of the LUISS Phd in Economics committee, 2010
• University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ inter-departmental research project. Title:
‘Macroeconomic policies in the aftermath of the financial and sovereign crisis’.
Coordinator: S. Nisticò. 2013.
• University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ inter-departmental research project. Title: ‘Export
performance of a country: micro- and macro-economic perspectives’. Coordinator: M.
Belloc. 2011.
• University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ research project. Title: ‘Migration in Italy: analysis of
economic and fiscal effects’. Coordinator: D. da Empoli. 2010.
• European Commission research project, FP6 (2002-2006) Priority 7 ‘Citizens and
Governance in a Knowledge Based Society’. Title: 'Inequality: Mechanisms, effects and
policies'. Coordinator: M. Franzini. 2006-2009
• University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ inter-departmental research project. Title:
‘Harmonization and sustainability of pension systems in the European Union’. (original
title: ‘Armonizzazione e sostenibilità dei sistemi pensionistici nell'Unione Europea’),
Coordinator: R. Manca. 2009.
• - 2005, 'Innovation and Research in the European Union: Public Policy and Private
Investment', research project financed by Master in Economia Pubblica, University of Rome
'La Sapienza'. Coordinator: M. Franzini. 2005.
‘Sapienza’ outstanding research award: researchers under 40.
Edith Henry Johnson Memorial Award in Economics, Civil Affairs and Education
awarded by the New School for Social Science for best PhD thesis in Economics.
Dissertation Fellowship, New School for Social Research.
David Gordon Award for best students’ paper in Economics, awarded by the
Economics Department of New School University
Qualified with honor in Macroeconomics.
Qualified with honor in Microeconomics.
Scholarship awarded by ‘Center of Studies in Political Economy Piero Sraffa’ for
degree dissertation.
Scholarship ‘Socrates-Erasmus’ for European exchange students.
Seminars and conferences
Wesleyan University (April 2014), 17th Conference of the Research Network Macroeconomics and
Macroeconomic Policies (FMM) (Berlin, 2013), 16th Conference of the Research Network
Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies (FMM) (Berlin, 2012), Queen Mary University
(London, 2011); Eastern Economic Association conference (Philadelphia 2010, New York 2011,
New York 2013); Bank of Italy (2008, 2010); University of Massachussets at Amherst (2004,
2008); University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’, Department of Public Economics (2008, 2009, 2010);
New School University (Scepa seminars, 2006); The Keynesian Legacy in Macroeconomic
Modeling Conference (University of Cassino 2005); ‘Giornata nazionale del centro studi Piero
Sraffa (University of Roma Tre 2005).
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