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PAOLO PINOTTI

PAOLO PINOTTI
Docente Assistant Professor
Dipartimento di Analisi delle Politiche e Management Pubblico
 

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Insegnamenti a.a. 2017/2018

30337 POLICY EVALUATION
40393 ECONOMETRICS FOR POLICY ANALYSIS

Note biografiche

Nato nel 1978 in Italia, sposato, due figlie 


Curriculum Accademico

Dal Settembre 2011 sono Assistant Professor presso il Dipartimento di Analisi delle Politiche e Management Pubblico dell'Università Bocconi, Fellow al Centro Paolo Baffi e Ricercatore al Dondena. Nel 2013 ho ottenuto la Franco Modigliani Fellowship da Unicredit & Universities Foundation e un research grant dall'Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance.

Prima di entrare in Bocconi ho conseguito il Ph.D. in economia presso l'Università Pompeu Fabra nel 2009 e ho lavorato al Servizio Studi della Banca d'Italia dal 2007 al 2011.


Aree di interesse scientifico

Econometria applicata, politica economica, criminalità, immigrazione


Pubblicazioni principali

Articoli su riviste:  Clicking on Heaven's Door: The Effect of Immigrant Legalization on Crime, American Economic Review; The Economics of Organized Crime: Preliminary Evidence Across Countries, Economic Journal; Legal Status and The Criminal Activity of Immigrants  (with Giovanni Mastrobuoni), American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; The Economic Consequences of Organized Crime: Evidence from Southern Italy, Economic Journal; Politicians at Work. The Private Returns and Social Costs of Political Connections (with F. Cingano), Journal of the European Economic Association; Trust, Regulation and Market Failures, The Review of Economics and Statistics; Do Immigrants Cause Crime? (with M. Bianchi and P. Buonanno), Journal of the European Economic Association; Delayed Privatization (with B. Bortolotti), Public Choice
 
Contributi in volumi: Democratization and Civic Capital (with Luigi Guiso), in G. Toniolo (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Italian Economy since Unification, Oxford University Press; Organized Crime, Violence and the Quality of Politicians: Evidence from Southern Italy, in P. Cook, S. Machin, O. Marie and G. Mastrobuoni (eds.), Lessons from the Economics of Crime: What Works in Reducing Offending?, MIT Press; Advances in the Econometrics of Crime (with Giovanni Mastrobuoni), in G.J.N. Bruinsma and D.L. Weisburd (eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Springer