Massimiliano Bratti, Tommaso Frattini and Francesco Scervini: “Grandparental Availability for Child Care and Maternal Employment: Pension Reform Evidence from Italy”, Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 31, pp. 1239-1277, 2018;
Alessandra Casarico, Giovanni Facchini and Tommaso Frattini: “What drives the legalization of immigrants? Evidence from IRCA”, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 70, pp. 258-273, 2018;
Carlo Devillanova, Francesco Fasani and Tommaso Frattini: “Employment of Undocumented Immigrants and the Prospect of Legal Status: Evidence from an Amnesty Program”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 71, Issue 4, pp. 853 – 881, 2018;
Tommaso Frattini and Elena Meschi: “The Effect of Immigrant Peers in Vocational Schools”, European Economic Review, Volume 113, pp. 1-22, 2019;
Max Nathan and Anna Rosso: “Innovative Events”, LdA WP no. 429, July 2017, updated March 2019;
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, Routledge, 2018;
Anna Rosso: “Emigrant Selection and Wages: the case of Poland”, Labour Economics, Vol. 60, pp. 148-175, October 2019.
Andrea Bernini, Giovanni Facchini and Cecilia Testa: “Race, Representation and Local Governments in the US South: The Effect of the Voting Rights Act”, mimeo, 2018;
Massimiliano Bratti, Tommaso Frattini and Francesco Scervini: “Grandparental Availability for Child Care and Maternal Employment: Pension Reform Evidence from Italy”, Journal of Population Economics, Vol.31, pp.1239-1277, 2018;
Alessandra Casarico, Giovanni Facchini and Tommaso Frattini: “What Drives the Legalization of Immigrants? Evidence from IRCA”, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 70, pp. 258-273, 2018;
Carlo Devillanova, Francesco Fasani and Tommaso Frattini: “Employment of Undocumented Immigrants and the Prospect of Legal Status: Evidence from an Amnesty Program”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol.71, Issue 4, pp. 853-881, 2018;
Giovanni Facchini, Maggie Y. Liu, Anna Maria Mayda and Minghai Zhou: “China’s Great Migration: The Impact of the Reduction in Trade Policy Uncertainty”, CEPR DP no. 12758, 2018;
Aregawi G. Gebremariam, Elisabetta Lodigiani and Giacomo Pasini: “The Impact of Ethiopian Productive Safety-Net Program on Children’s Educational Aspirations”, Department of Economics, University of Venice Ca’ Foscari, WP no. 26, 2107;
Gianni De Fraja, Giovanni Facchini and John Gathergood: “How Much Is That Star in the Window? Professorial Salaries and Research Performance in UK Universities”, GEP WP 16/13;
Carlo Devillanova and Tommaso Frattini: “Inequities in Immigrants’ Access to Health Care Services: Disentangling Potential Barriers”, International Journal of Manpower, 2016, Vol. 37, Issue 7, pp.1191 – 1208;
Frédéric Docquier, Elisabetta Lodigiani, Hillel Rapoport and Maurice Schiff: “Emigration and democracy” Journal of Development Economics, Volume 120, May 2016, Pages 209-223;
Giovanni Facchini and Cecilia Testa: “Corruption and bicameral reforms”, Social Choice and Welfare, August 2016, Volume 47, Issue 2, pp 387–411;
Giovanni Facchini, Yotam Margalit and Hiroyuki Nakata: “Countering public opinion to immigration: The Impact of Information Campaigns”, mimeo 2016;
Elisabetta Lodigiani: “The effect of emigration on home-country political institutions”, IZA World of Labor, forthcoming 2016;
Christian Dustmann, Giovanni Facchini and Cora Signorotto: “Population, migration, ageing and health: A survey”, forthcoming in R. Blundell et al. (eds.), Economic Research for European Policy Challenges, Cambridge University Press, 2016;
Giovanni Facchini: “Media exposure and international policy making” forthcoming in a CEPR volume on migration edited by F. Fasani;
Emanuele Forlani, Elisabetta Lodigiani and Concetta Mendolicchio: “International Immigration and Female Labour Supply”, Ch. 3 in International Migration: Politics, Policies and Practices, NPS, New York, USA, 2016, Hardcover: ISBN 978-1-63485-029-2.
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