New Position at the University of Parma

New Position at the University of Parma

Exciting news! I have recently joined the Economics Department at the University of Parma as a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor. Thrilled for this new chapter in my academic journey and the chance to contribute to the vibrant community at UniPR!

I am delighted to share that I’ve joined the Economics Department at the University of Parma as a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Economics! Excited for this new chapter in my academic journey and the opportunity to contribute to the vibrant community at UniPR!

New Publication in Economia Politica - Distribution, capital intensity and public debt-to-GDP ratio: an input output—stock flow consistent model (with Lorenzo di Domenico e Maria Cristina Barbieri Goes)

New Publication in Economia Politica - Distribution, capital intensity and public debt-to-GDP ratio: an input output—stock flow consistent model (with Lorenzo di Domenico e Maria Cristina Barbieri Goes)

New Publication in Economia Politica - Distribution, capital intensity and public debt-to-GDP ratio: an input output—stock flow consistent model (with Lorenzo di Domenico e Maria Cristina Barbieri Goes)

New Publication in Structural Change and Economic Dynamics - A stock-flow consistent model of inventories, debt financing and investment decisions (with Gustavo Pereira Serra)

New Publication in Structural Change and Economic Dynamics - A stock-flow consistent model of inventories, debt financing and investment decisions (with Gustavo Pereira Serra)

New Publication in Structural Change and Economic Dynamics - A stock-flow consistent model of inventories, debt financing and investment decisions (with Gustavo Pereira Serra)

New Publication in the Cambridge Journal of Economics - Joan Robinson’s historical time and the current state of post-Keynesian growth theory (with Mark Setterfield)

New Publication in the Cambridge Journal of Economics - Joan Robinson’s historical time and the current state of post-Keynesian growth theory (with Mark Setterfield)

New Publication in the Cambridge Journal of Economics - Joan Robinson’s historical time and the current state of post-Keynesian growth theory (with Mark Setterfield)

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