Labour Economics, Economics of Ageing, Microeconometrics

The focus of labour economics is the analysis of labour markets and of the effect of on wages, employment and unemployment of economic institutions, such as minimum wages, firing costs and retirement rules. Central are the studies on production and returns to human capital and the effects of an ageing population on workers’ productivity and the sustainability of a country’s welfare system. Methodologically, both theoretical models and empirical analysis are used, although the area is mainly applied and adopts the tools typical of policy evaluation.



Marco Bertoni

Martina Celidoni

Donata Favaro

Elisabetta Lodigiani

Luca Nunziata

Lorenzo Rocco

Guglielmo Weber