Ester Faia, Sébastien Laffitte, Maximilian Mayer and Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano: “Global banking: Endogenous competition and risk taking”, European Economic Review, April 2021;
Giorgio Barba Navaretti, Giacomo Calzolari and Alberto Franco Pozzolo: “Banking and COVID: Past, Present and Future”, European Economy, April 2021;
Francesco Nucci, Filomena Pietrovito and Alberto Franco Pozzolo: “Intermediated Trade and Credit Constraints: The Case of Firm’s Imports”, LdA WP 471, March 2021;
Giorgio Barba Navaretti and Borislav Markovic: “What Are We Building On? Place-based Policies and the Foundations of Productivity in the Private Sector”, Background paper for the OECD-EC High-Level Expert Workshop, 2021;
Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano: “International Trade and International Investment”, The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics 371, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2020;
Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano: “Literature Review Article: International Trade and International Investment”, International Trade and International Investment, June 2020;
Emanuele Forlani, Jean Francois Hennart and Antonio Majocchi : “The Myth of the Stay-at-Home Family Firm: How Family-Managed SMEs Can Overcome their Internationalization Limitations”, Journal of International Business Studies, vol. 50(5), pages 758-782, July 2019;
Jerònimo Carballo, Gianmarco Ottaviano and Christian Volpe Martincus: “The Buyer Margins of Firms’ Exports”, Journal of International Economics, 112, 33-49, 2018;
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Veronica Rappoport, Thomas Sampson and Catherine Thomas: “UK Trade and FDI: A Post-Bexit Perspective”, Papers in Regional Science, 97(1): 9-25, 2018;
Maia Güell, Michele Pellizzari, Giovanni Pica and José V. Rodríguez Mora: “Correlating Social Mobility and Economic Outcomes”, The Economic Journal, Vol. 128(612), pp. F353-F403, 2018;
Antonio Majocchi, Alfredo D’Angelo, Emanuele Forlani and Trevor Buck: “Bifurcation Bias and Exporting: Can Foreign Work Experience Be an Answer”, Journal of World Nusiness, Volume 53(2), pp.237-247, 2018;
Max Nathan and Anna Rosso: “Urban Clustering and innovation in UK Technology Firms: What can Big Data Tell Us?”, in Big Data for Urban and Regional Science, edited by Laurie A. Schintler and Zhenhua Chen, published by Routledge, 2018;
Gianmarco Ottaviano, Giovanni Peri and Greg C. Wright: “Immigration, Trade and Productivity in Services: Evidence from UK Firms”, Journal of International Economics, 112, 2018;
Swati Dhingra, Hanwei Huang, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Joao Pessoa, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen: “The Costs and Benefits of Leaving the EU: Trade Effects”, Economic Policy, 32(92): 651-705, 2017;
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano and Thomas Sampson: “A Hitch-Hicker’s Guide to Post-Brexit Trade Negotiations: Options and Principles”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 33(S1), 2017;
Ester Faia, Gianmarco Ottaviano and Irene Sanchez Arjona: “International Expansion and Riskiness of Banks”, CEP Discussion Papers, CEPDP1481, Centre for Economics Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London (UK), 2017;
Ester Faia and Gianmarco Ottaviano: “Global Banking: Risk Taking and Competition”, CEP Discussion Papers, CEPDP1471, Centre for Economics Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London (UK), 2017;
Emanuele Forlani: “Irish Firms’ Productivity and Imported Inputs”, The Manchester School, Vol. 85(6) pp. 710-743, 2017;
Antonella Nocco, Gianmarco Ottaviano and Matteo Salto: “Monopolistic Competition and Optimum Product Selection: Why and How Heterogeneity Matters”, Research in Economics, 2017.
Camilla Andretta, Irene Brunetti and Anna Rosso: “Productivity and Human Capital: the Italian case”, Note prepared jointly with the National Institute for Public Policy Analysis (INAPP) for the OECD project ‘The Human Side of Productivity’, October 2020;
Giorgio Barba Navaretti and Anna Rosso: “Inequality in productivity: Geography, Finance and Governance of Leaders and Laggards, a Note on Italy”, Note prepared for the EIB Investment Report 2019, July 2019;
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