Curriculum Vitae

 

Francesco Daveri is SDA Professor of Practice. He teaches Macroeconomics and is the Director of the Full-Time MBA, Class of 2018.

 

He taught in a few Italian and European universities, including the Università Cattolica (Piacenza campus), Parma, Brescia, Munich and Lugano. He has acted as a consultant for Italy’s Ministry of the Economy, the World Bank,the European Commission and the European Parliament.

 

His research activities focus on the relationship between economic reforms, the adoption of new technologies and productivity trends at the firm, industry and aggregate level in Italy, Europe and the United States.

 

He is the author of books and articles on these subject matters. His works have been published in such journals as The Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Rivista di Politica Economica, CESifo Economic Studies, Economic Policy, Oxford Economic Papers, Review of Income and Wealth among others. He was a Visiting Fellow in a few universities, such as Harvard, Copenhagen and the Bank of France. He is Op-Ed writer for Corriere della Sera and the managing editor of the website LaVoce.info. He is also an expert speaker in Italian and international businesses and is often a guest speaker in Tv and radio programs. He is also a member of the Sustainability Committee of Eurizon Capital and of the Consiglio di Reggenza of the Bank of Italy (Emilia-Romagna branch).

 

Francesco earned a Degree in Economics and Social Sciences from Bocconi University, an M.Sc. in Development Economics from the Oxford University and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pavia.

 

Publications

Articles

  • “Service deregulation, competition and the performance of French and Italian firms”, with Remy Lecat and Maria Laura Parisi (2016), Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 278-302
  • “Experience, Innovation and Productivity: Empirical Evidence from Italy's slowdown”, with Maria Laura Parisi (2015), Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 889-915
  • “The twin effects of globalization. Evidence from a sample of Indian manufacturing firms”,  with Paolo Manasse e Danila Serra (2011), Rivista di Politica Economica, January-March
  • “Offshoring and productivity growth in the Italian manufacturing industries”, with Cecilia Jona-Lasinio, CESifo Economic Studies (2008), 54, n.3, October
  • “Age, Seniority and Labour Costs: Lessons from the Finnish IT revolution”,with Mika Maliranta, in Economic Policy (2007), 118-175; January
  • “The IT revolution across the United States”, with Andrea Mascotto, The Review of Income and Wealth (2006), 569-602; December
  • “Italy's decline: getting the facts right”, with Cecilia Jona-Lasinio, Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia (2005), 365-410
  • “Delayed IT usage: is it really the drag on EU productivity?”, CESifo Economic Studies (2004), 397-421
  • “Not Only Nokia. What Finland tells us about New Economy Growth”, with Olmo Silva, Economic Policy (2004), 117-163; April
  • “The New Economy in Europe, 1992-2001”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy (2002), 345-362
  • “Unemployment, growth and taxation in Industrial Countries”, with Guido Tabellini,  Economic Policy (2000), 47-101
  • “Le cause e i rimedi della disoccupazione europea”, (2000), Aggiornamenti sociali; 207-220
  • “Where do migrants go?”, with Riccardo Faini, Oxford Economic Papers (1999), 595-622
  • “Investing in human or physical capital: theory and cross-country evidence”, Economic Notes (1997), 49-73
  • “Orientamenti ideologici dei Governi e risultati macroeconomici delle politiche”, with Silvia Bartolaminelli, Politica Economica (1996); 205-228
  • “Costs of entry and exit from financial markets and capital flows to Developing Countries”, World Development (1995), 1075-1085
  • “Stabilizzazione temporanea: conseguenze dinamiche per output e inflazione”, Note Economiche (1992), 378-395
  • “Politica economica e crescita di lungo periodo: possibilità e limiti della politica di bilancio”, with Alessandro Vaglio, Giornale degli Economisti (1991), 269-296
  • “Sull'attuazione delle riforme economiche nei Paesi in via di sviluppo”, Politica Economica (1991)
  • “Motivazioni egoistiche ed altruistiche dell'aiuto italiano allo sviluppo”, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali (1989), 543-572
  • “La misurazione del capitale: problemi teorici, la metodologia di calcolo, un'applicazione all'Italia”, Rassegna Economica (1988), 305-348

Books

  • “Crescere si può”, il Mulino, 2012
  • “Stranieri in casa nostra. La relazione tra immigrati e italiani tra lavoro e legalità”, Università Bocconi Editore, 2010
  • “Centomila punture di spillo. Come l’Italia può tornare a correre”, con Carlo De Benedetti e Federico Rampini, Mondadori, 2008
  • “Innovazione cercasi. Il problema italiano”, Laterza; ISBN: 88-420-8010-1, 2006
  • “Fiscal and monetary policy in a low-speed Europe”, con Gros, Daniel, Durrer, Klaus, Jimeno, Juan, Monticelli, Carlo e Perotti, Roberto (2002), Centre for European Policy Studies, Macroeconomic Policy Group, Fourth Annual Report
  • “Economia dei Paesi in via di sviluppo”, il Mulino, 1996

Chapter in books

  • Macroeconomia della crisi, Francesco Daveri, in Macroeconomia, N.G. Mankiw M.P. Taylor (2013), Zanichelli; Appendice online, 5° edizione http://online.universita.zanichelli.it/mankiw-taylor-5e/macroeconomia-della-crisi
  • La flessibilità parziale del mercato del lavoro, un inefficace sostituto della svalutazione, in Il modello di sviluppo dell'economia italiana quarant'anni dopo, Marcello Messori e Damiano Silipo (a cura di) (2012), Egea; 93-105
  • Weekend Elections: Democracy and the Fiscal Compact, in Austerity: Too much of a Good Thing?, Giancarlo Corsetti (Ed.) (2012), Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), 79-85
  • Growth of Labour Productivity in Europe: Recent Developments,, Daveri, F., in EMU at risk, Gros, D., T. Mayer, and A. Ubide (2005), Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels, 50-66; ISBN: 92-9079-569-7
  • An age of diminished taxation?, Daveri, F., in Economic Policy Issues for the Next Decade, K.Aiginger and G.Hutschenreiter (eds.) (2003), Kluwer Academic Publisher
  • Labour taxes and unemployment: a survey of the aggregate evidence, Daveri, F., in Pension policy in an integrating Europe, Fornero, E. and Castellino, O. (2003), Edward Elgar, 67-84
  • Information technology and productivity growth across countries and sectors, Daveri, F., in The New Economy Handbook, D.Jones (ed.) (2003), Elsevier Academic Publisher, 101-120
  • La New Economy in Europa, Daveri, F., in La New Economy: aspetti analitici e implicazioni di politica economica, Prosperetti, L. (a cura di) (2002), Mulino; 15-35
  • Beyond international factor movements: a comment, Daveri, F., in Migration: the controversies and the evidence, Faini, R. and Zimmerman, K. (1999), Cambridge University Press; 91-93
  • Risk and migration, Daveri, F. and Faini, R., in Labour markets, poverty and development, Barba Navaretti G., Faini, R. and Zanalda, G. (1999), Clarendon Press, 63-79
  • Decentralization, mobility costs and the soft budget constraint, Daveri, F. and Panunzi F., in Decisions, games and markets, Battigalli P., Montesano A. and Panunzi F. (eds) (1996), Kluwer Academic Publishers

Other publications

  • “La stretta via verso la competitività”, Economia & Management, (2016), 48-51, n.4
  • “Il governo prova a vincere la partita”, Economia & Management, (2016), 47-50, n.3
  • “Ripresa italiana senza industria”, in Economia & Management, (2016), 34-37, n.1
  • “Europa divisa: un lusso che non ci possiamo più permettere”, Economia & Management (2015), n.4
  • “Quando il vincitore prende tutti i premi”, in La media non conta più, Tyler Cowen (2015), Università Bocconi Editore, IX-XIII
  • “Review of Walter A. Friedman’s Fortune Tellers. The Story of America’s first economic forecasters”, in Journal of Economics (2014), Springer Verlag, DOI 10.1007/s00712-014-0420-6
  • “La legge di stabilità 2015 e i conti pubblici”, Economia & Management (2015), n.2, 45-49
  • “Le conseguenze economiche degli LBO: lezioni americane”, Economia & Management (2014), n.6
  • “La reindustrializzazione dell'Occidente”, Economia & Management (2014); 35-38, n.2
  • “L'incerto effetto delle nuove tecnologie sulla produttività”, Economia & Management (2014), 49-52; n.4
  • “Prefazione”, Francesco Daveri, in Caccia all'oro. Vecchie e nuove monete per il futuro, Matthew Bishop and Michael Green (2013), Università Bocconi Editore; VII-XII; ISBN: 978-88-8350-191-3
  • “Prefazione”, Francesco Daveri, in La bellezza paga. Tutti i vantaggi dell'essere attraenti, Daniel S. Hamermesh (2012), Egea; 9-15; ISBN: 9788823833418
  • “Perchè Riccardo non credeva al declino”, Francesco Daveri, in Come sta cambiando l'Italia, Richard Baldwin, Giorgio Barba Navaretti e Tito Boeri (a cura di) (2007), il Mulino; 13-18
  • “Perchè la produttività ha smesso di crescere nell'economia italiana”, F. Daveri (2006), Centro Studi Confindustria; 2-28; Quaderni di Ricerca, n.2, Dicembre
  • “Growth and employment consequences of Information and Communication Technologies in Europe”, (2001), European Commission, DG Information Society, pagg: 34; Star Research Project, Report #01, May
  • “Is Growth an Information Technology Story in Europe Too?”, (2000), EPRU; Working Paper 00-12, Copenhagen University
  • “How expectations affect reform dynamics in Developing countries”, (1991), World Bank, pagg: 45; Policy, Research and External Affairs, Working paper 788, October

 

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