Personale docente

Lorenzo Rocco

Professore associato confermato

SECS-P/02

Indirizzo: VIA DEL SANTO, 33 - PADOVA . . .

Telefono: 0498274260

Fax: 049 827 4221

E-mail: lorenzo.rocco@unipd.it

  • Il Martedi' dalle 15:00 alle 17:00
    presso Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Aziendali - via del Santo, 22, ufficio 6
    Si consiglia di prendere sempre appuntamento via mail. In particolare la sede del ricevimento potrebbe cambiare.

Istruzione:
1) Ph.D. in economics and econometrics at University of Toulouse I (France); Titolo della Tesi: “Political Economy of Mass Mortality”; supervisor: Prof. J.P. Azam - 2005
2) Post-Dottorato presso il Dipartimento di Economia Politica dell’Università di Milano Bicocca – Titolo del progetto "Strategic Interaction with infinitely many agents", 2003
3) Dottorato in Economia Politica presso l’Univeersità di Milano Bicocca ; Titolo della Tesi: “Nonatomic Games with Network Externalities: Theory and Applications”; supervisors: Prof.sa P. Natale e Prof. M. Gilli - 2002
4) Diplôme Européen en Economie Quantitative Approfondie presso l’Université de Toulouse I (Francia) - 2002
5) MA in economic theory and econometrics, presso l’Université de Toulouse I (Francia) 2001
6) MA in economics presso il CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgio) - 2000
7) Laurea con lode in Economia e Commercio presso l’Università di Udine - 1998



Lingue straniere conosciute:
1) Inglese
2) Francese


Consulting:
1) 2012, World Health Organization, “Economics of Social Determinants of Health”
2) 2011, Unione Europea, Executive Agency for Health and Consumers, “EU-wide overview of the market and regulation regarding types of alcoholic beverages with potentially particular appeal to minors”
3) 2010, Regione Emilia Romagna, “I costi standard nell’istruzione – una panoramica delle esperienze internazionali”
4) 2009, European Observatory – WHO, “The economic cost of chronic diseases in the MENA region”
5) 2009, The World Bank, “The economic cost of cardiovascular diseases in China”
6) 2008, IC-HEALTH “Assessing the macroeconomic costs of cardiovascular disease/chronic disease in developing countries”
7) 2008, The World Bank, “The impact of health on the labor market”
8) 2007, World Health Organization, “Social Capital and Health in Europe”
9) 2007, World Health Organization, “Nutrition Policy Analysis”
10) 2006, World Health Organization, “Returns of Investment in Health in Eastern Europe and Central Asia”
11) 2005, International Labour Office, “Public Sector Pay in OECD countries. Data collection”
12) 2005, The World Bank, “Economic Costs of NCD in the Russian Federation”

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1) 2013 “When the cat is near, the mice won't play: The effect of external examiners in Italian schools”, with M. Bertoni and G. Brunello, Journal of Public Economics (forthcoming)
2) 2013 “From Social capital to Health – and Back”, with E. Fumagalli and M. Suhrcke Health Economics (forthcoming)
3) 2013 “Social capital and self-reported general and mental health in nine Former Soviet Union countries” with Y. Goryakin, M. Suhrcke, B. Roberts and M. McKee. Health Economics, Policy and Law (forthcoming)
4) 2013 "The effect of health on labour supply in nine former Soviet Union countries", with Y. Goryakin, M. Suhrcke, B. Roberts and M. McKee. European Journal of Health Economics (forthcoming)
5) 2013, "The Effect of Immigration on the School Performance of Natives: Cross Country Evidence using PISA Test Scores" with G. Brunello, Economics of Education Review, 32:234-246
6) 2012, “Lost in Transition? The Returns to Education Acquired under Communism” with G. Brunello and E. Crivellaro, Economics of Transition, 20(4):637–676
7) 2012, “On the Efficiency Costs of De-Tracking Secondary Schools in Europe”, with G. Brunello et al., Education Economics, 20(2):117-138
8) 2011, “The Influence of Social Capital on Health in Eight Former Soviet Countries: why does it differ?, with B. d’Hombres et al., Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 65(1):44-50
9) 2011, “The economic costs of ill health in the European Region”, with M. Suhrcke, R. Sauto Arce and M. McKee. in: J. Figueras and M. McKee (eds) Health Systems, Health, Wealth and Societal Well-being: Assessing the case for investing in health systems. McGraw-Hill, Open University Press, New York
10) 2010, “Does Social Capital Determine Health: Evidence from Eight Transition Countries”, with B. d’Hombres, M. Suhrcke and M. McKee, Health Economics, vol. 19, pp. 56-74
11) 2008, “Educational Standards in Public and Privates Schools”, with G. Brunello, The Economic Journal, vol. 118, pp. 1866-1887
12) 2008, “Provoking a Civil War”, with Z. Ballo, Public Choice, vol. 134, pp. 347-366
13) 2007, “Anonymity in Nonatomic Games”, International Review of Economics (RISEC), vol. 54, pp. 225-247
14) 2007, “Adult Health in Russia – More than Just a Health Problem?”, with P. Marquez, M. Suhrcke and M. McKee, Health Affaires, vol. 26(4), pp. 1040-1051
15) 2007, “Health: a vital investment for economic development in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (ECA)”, with M. Suhrcke and M. McKee, Brussels: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
16) 2007, “Economic consequences of non-communicable diseases and injuries in the Russian Federation”, with M. Suhrcke et al., European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
17) 2006, “Chronic Disease: an Economic Perspective”, with M. Suhrcke et al., Oxford: The Oxford Health Alliance
18) 2005, “What are the potential benefits of mortality reduction in Russia?”, with M. Suhrcke; chapter in “Dying too young - Addressing premature mortality and ill health due to non-communicable diseases and injuries in the Russian Federation. (pp. 95-102)” – Washington: The World Bank.
19) 2005 – “How do NCDs and injuries affect the Russian economy?” with M. Suhrcke; chapter in “Dying too young - Addressing premature mortality and ill health due to non-communicable diseases and injuries in the Russian Federation. (pp. 55-64)” – Washington: The World Bank

1) Economics of Education
2) Health Economics

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