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The 'Great Lockdown' : inactive workers and mortality by Covid-19

Authors: BORRI, Nicola; DRAGO, Francesco; SANTANTONIO, Chiara; SOBBRIO, Francesco
Year: 2020
Abstract: In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, among other previous “non-pharmaceutical interven-tions”, on March 22, 2020 the Italian Government imposed an…

International risk sharing in the European Monetary Union

Authors: FERRARI, Alessandro; ROGANTINI PICCO, Anna
Citation: ADEMU; Working paper; 2017/055
Year: 2017
Abstract: This paper aims at empirically assessing the effect of the adoption of the euro on the ability of euro area member states to smooth consumption and…

International risk sharing in the EMU

Authors: FERRARI, Alessandro; ROGANTINI PICCO, Anna
Citation: European Stability Mechanism; Working papers series, 2016, No. 17,
Year: 2016
Abstract: This paper aims at empirically assessing the effect of the adoption of the euro on the ability of euro area member states to smooth consumption and…

Monetary-fiscal interactions and redistribution in small open economies

Author: MOTYOVSZKI, Gergo
Year: 2020
Abstract: Ballooning public debts in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic can present monetary-fiscal policies with a dilemma if and when neutral real interest…

Populism and war

Authors: MORELLI, Massimo; MATTOZZI, Andrea; NAKAGUMA, Marcos Y.
Year: 2020
Abstract: Populist rulers in economic superpowers have important effects on international relations, conflict risk and inequality. We show that the…

Search capital and unemployment duration

Author: LAFUENTE MARTINEZ, Cristina
Year: 2020
Abstract: In the last recession, the increase in long-term unemployment has been higher for younger workers than for older age groups. I propose a novel…

Impact of a health shock on lifestyle behaviours

Author: VERDUN, Zoey Sarah
Year: 2020
Abstract: Following a healthier lifestyle can improve living quality. Yet mixed evidence exists for whether a health shock induces individuals to change their…

Order matters : eliciting maternal beliefs on educational choices

Authors: BRAÑAS-GARZA, Pablo; CIACCI, Riccardo; RAMÍREZ, Ericka Rascón
Year: 2020
Abstract: Subjective expectation data on education has been increasingly used by social scientists to better understand current investments in human capital.…
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