Curriculum Vitae

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ETTORE GALLO - CV

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CURRENT POSITIONS

G20 Working Team, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Rome, Italy
Consultant in the Framework Working Group of the Italian Presidency of the G20
Fields: Macroeconomic policies, global risk monitoring, international cooperation

The New School for Social Research, New York, United States
Teaching Assistant, Graduate Macroeconomics
Instructor: Prof. Willi Semmler

EDUCATION

PhD in Economics
The New School for Social Research, New York, United States -
Qualifying Fields: Macroeconomics and Econometrics
Research on: Growth and Distribution, Historical time in macroeconomic modeling, SFC models

MPhil in Economics
The New School for Social Research, New York, United States - GPA: 4.0/4.0

Master EPOG – Economic Policies in the Age of Globalization
Université Paris 13 et Université Paris 7 - Sorbonne Paris Cité, Paris, France
Berlin School of Economics and Law, Berlin, Germany
Qualifying Field: International Macroeconomics and Financial Policies, Post-Keynesian Economics
Thesis title: “Investment, Autonomous Demand and Long-run Capacity Utilization: An Empirical Test for the Euro Area”. Supervisors: Prof. Eckhard Hein and Prof. Marc Lavoie

MA, International Economics
Berlin School of Economics and Law, Berlin, Germany - GPA: 1.2/1.0

BSc, Economics, major in Political Economy
Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy - Honours

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, New York, United States
Teaching Fellow, Growth and Distribution (LECO 3045) for advanced undergraduate students

The New School for Social Research, New York, United States
Teaching Assistant, Graduate Macroeconomics
Instructor: Prof. Willi Semmler

Fordham University, New York, United States
Adjunct Professor, ECON 1100 Basic Macroeconomics (Undergraduate level)

The New School for Social Research, New York, United States
Teaching Assistant - Computer Language Workshop (Graduate level)

Berlin School of Economics and Law, Berlin, Germany
Teaching Assistant, Econometrics (Graduate level)
Instructor: Prof. Salmai Qari

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

The New School for Social Research, New York, United States
Research Assistant - International Economics, Political Economy, Money and Banking
Research advisor: Prof. Paulo Dos Santos

CESTES-USB, Centro Studi Trasformazioni Economico-Sociali, Rome, Italy
Research Assistant - Political Economy of Europe and Latin America

LANGUAGES

Italian (native), English (fluent - IELTS C1), Portuguese (fluent), French (good - DELF B2), German (basic), Spanish (basic), Chinese (basic)

SOFTWARE & PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

R (advanced), Julia (advanced), LaTeX(advanced), Stata (advanced), C++ (good), MATLAB/Octave (good), Dynare (good), Eviews (good), Microsoft Office (advanced - ECDL certificate), Libre Office, Adobe Photoshop and Indesign, Windows OS, Linux OS

GRANTS, HONORS & AWARDS

Dissertation Fellowship
The New School for Social Research, New York, United States

Graduate Student Stipend Extended Problem Solving Workshop on Systemic Recovery
The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, OECD problem: Effectiveness of policy interventions in different countries and lessons for the future.

Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award ,
The New School for Social Research, New York, United States

The Harry Magdoff and Paul Sweezy Fellowship
The New School for Social Research, New York, United States

PROMOS Scholarship
Berlin School of Economics and Law, Berlin, Germany

Federico Caffè Library Fellow
Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Articles

When is the Long Run? - Historical Time and Adjustment Periods in Demand-led Growth Models, Metroeconomica, forthcoming

Infection IS the Cycle: Unemployment, Output and Economic Policies in the COVID-19 Pandemic, Review of Political Economy, February 2021

‘Original Sin’ in Latin America (2000-2015): theory, empirical assessment and alternatives, Revista de Economia da Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR), with Barbieri Goes, M. C. and Diniz Moraes, V., v. 40, n. 72, 2019

Per una critica alla tesi della polarizzazione lavorativa: una prospettiva latinoamericana [For a Critique of Job Polarization: A Latin American Perspective], Nuestra America, November 2016

Per l’attualizzazione della filosofia della prassi gramsciana [For the Update of Gramsci’s Philosophy of Praxis], Nuestra America, October 2015

Under Review

Historical Time and the Current State of Post-Keynesian Growth Theory , Cambridge Journal of Economics, with Setterfield, M.

Autonomous Demand and Economic Growth in Mexico: Theory and Empirics , Cambridge Journal of Economics, with Barbieri Goes, M. C. and Gahn, S.

How Short is the Short Run in the Neo-Kaleckian Growth Model? , Review of Political Economy

COVID-19 and Economic Losses: the Role of Policies and Structural Conditions, Journal of Risk and Financial Management, with Andrade, P.D.S., Barbieri Goes, M.C., Corburger, C., Gurgone, A., Kerényi, A., Martínez H., Turco, E. M. and Wang W.

Chapters in Books

‘Traverse and Path Dependency’, The Encyclopedia of Post-Keynesian Economics. Rochon L.P and Rossi S. (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, MA, USA, forthcoming

‘Dalla Maiuscola America all’ALBA-TCP’ [From the ‘Mayúscula América’ to ALBA-TCP], in Vasapollo L., Vamonos Nada Màs – Camminando con il Che e con Fidel”, Zambon 2017.

‘Teorie di Critica della Politica Economica Internazionale’ [Theories for Criticism of International Political Economy] in Vasapollo L., “Vantaggi Complementari per la Transizione al Socialismo”, Jaca Book 2016.

Working Papers

‘When is the Long Run? - Historical Time and Adjustment Periods in Demand-led Growth Models’, 17th Annual STOREP Conference, Conference paper, 2020.

‘A Predator-Prey Model of Unemployment and W-shaped Recession in the COVID-19 Pandemic’, The New School for Social Research Working Papers, Department of Economics, 1904/2019

‘Inventories, Debt Financing and Investment Decisions: A Bayesian Analysis for the US Economy’, The New School for Social Research Working Papers, Department of Economics, with Pereira Serra, G., 2005/2019

‘Investment, Autonomous Demand and Long Run Capacity Utilization: An Empirical Test for the Euro Area’, The New School for Social Research Working Papers, Department of Economics, 1904/2019

‘Investment, Autonomous Demand and Long-run Capacity Utilization: An Empirical Test for the Euro Area’, IPE Berlin Working Paper, 116/2019

‘The Supermultiplier Model and the Role of Autonomous Demand: An Empirical Test for European Countries’, with Barbieri Goes, M. C. and Diniz Moraes, V., 1st International Workshop on Demand-led Growth, Conference paper, 2018

‘Endogenous Development in ALBA-TCP Member Countries: Assessing an Alternative Model of Regional Integration (2004-today)’, 8th Annual Conference in Political Economy - IIPPE, Conference paper, 2017. ### CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

Presentation

33rd Annual EAEPE Conference 2021, Online, September 2021;

3rd International Workshop on Demand-led Growth, Online, July 2021;

18th Annual STOREP Conference, Online, 17-18 June 2021;

Post-Keynesian Economic Society - PhD Conference, Online, May 2021;

Review of Political Economy Webinar - “What have we learned from the COVID-19 Crisis”, Online, March 2021;

17th Annual STOREP Conference - The Power of Economic Ideas, Online, October 2020;

46th Annual Conference - Eastern Economic Association, Boston, US, March 2020;

The New School & UMass-Amherst Annual Economics Conference, New York, US, November 2019;

23rd FMM Conference “The Euro at 20 – Macroeconomic Challenges”, Berlin, Germany, October 2019;

2nd Workshop on Demand-Led Growth, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil, July 2019;

School of Advanced Studies in the Reappraisal of the Surplus Approach, Centro Sraffa, Rome, Italy, July 2019;

13th EAEPE Summer School, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy, July 2019;

16th STOREP Conference “The Social Rules! Norms, Interaction, Rationality”, Siena, Italy, June 2019;

45th Annual Conference - Eastern Economic Association, New York, US, March 2019;

YSI North America Convening, Los Angeles, US, February 2019;

22nd FMM Conference “10 Years after the Crash: What have we learned?”, Berlin, Germany, October 2018;

1st Workshop on Demand-Led Growth, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil, July 2018;

8th Annual Conference in Political Economy, Berlin, Germany, September 2017.

Chair or organizer

Organizer of the YSI Keynesian Working Group at the 46th Annual EEA Conference, Boston, US, March 2020;

Organizer of the YSI-sponsored sessions at the STOREP Pre-conference, Siena, Italy, June 2019;

Organization Committee of the ISIPE delegation at the European Dialogue 2017, Brussels, Belgium, April 2017;

Economic Students Seminar Series, organized by Collettivo Economia La Sapienza with national and international speakers, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 2016

Attendance

Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund, online, April 2021;

Economics Department Seminars, New School for Social Research, New York, US, 2018-2021;

Macro-lunch seminars, New School for Social Research, New York, US, 2019-2020;

Conference “Moving Forward with Europe!”, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin, Germany, March 2017;

FMM Symposium “How to Reform the Eurozone Architecture?”, WZB Berlin, Germany, November 2016;

FMM Conference: “Towards Pluralism in Macroeconomics?”, Berlin, Germany, October 2016;

“A Weekend of Rethinking Economics”, University of Greenwich, London, UK, June 2015;

“Lezioni Federico Caffè” - Invited speakers: Paul De Grauwe (London School of Economics),
Jordi Galì (Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona), David Soskice (London School of Economics), Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy, 2015-2014-2013;

“Premio Ilaria Alpi”, Rimini, Italy, September 2012 ### SUMMER SCHOOLS

UNCTAD Summer School on Globalization and Development Strategies
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, online

School of Advanced Studies in the Reappraisal of the Surplus Approach
Centro di Ricerche e Documentazione “Piero Sraffa”, Rome, Italy

13th EAEPE Summer School
Welfare systems, equitable growth and income distribution
Roma Tre University, Department of Economics, Rome, Italy

6th FMM International Summer School
IG Metallbildungszentrum Pichelsee, Berlin, Germany
Hosted by Macroeconomic Policy Institute (IMK), Hans Böckler Foundation

11th EAEPE Summer School
Structural Change, Institutions and Economic Development
Roma Tre University, Department of Economics, Rome, Italy ### OTHER EXPERIENCES

Memberships

2020-2021 Member of EAEPE, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy

2019-2021 Member of STOREP, Italian Association for the History of Political Economy

2019 Organizer of the Keynesian Economics Working Group of YSI, Young Scholars Initiative

2017 Member of IIPPE, International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy

2016 Member of ISIPE International Student Initiative for Promoting Pluralism in Economics

2014 Member of Rethinking Economics Italy, group member at Sapienza University of Rome

2014 Student Body President, Course of study in Economics (Bachelor), Sapienza University of Rome