Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore


Baglioni, A., e F. Cefala. 2021. “Banks sovereign exposures: in search of new rules”, Journal of Financial Regulation: 7 (1).

Barbetta, G.P., P. Canino e S. Cima. 2021.  “Let’s tweet again? Social networks and literature achievement in high school students”, Education Finance and Policy. Published ahead of print September 30, 2021.

• Martini, A., E. Rettore, G.P. Barbetta, e F. Sandrolini. 2021. “When Non-Compliance Carries the Day: Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Employment Program for the Severely Mentally Ill”, Evaluation Review, Published ahead of print October 21, 2021.

• Boitani, A., e R. Tamborini.  2021. “The future of the Euro Zone. A reflection paper on the North South divide”, in Caetano, J.,Vieira, I.,Caleiro, A. (eds.). New Challenges for the Eurozone Governance, Springer, 1-21.

Brenna, E. 2021. “The Economic and Social Burden of Osteoporosis in Developed Countries: Health Policy Considerations Based on a Literature Review”, International Journal of Business and Social Science, 12 (6).

Brenna, E. 2021. “Assistenza Residenziale: Anziani, bisogno di cure e risposte del SSN”, 17° Rapporto CREA Sanità, cap. 7.

Cappellari, L., R. Caminal, e A. Di Paolo. 2021. “Language-in-education, language skills and the intergenerational transmission of language in a bilingual society”, Labour Economics: 70.

Cipullo, D. 2021. “Voting Systems and Fiscal Policy: Evidence from Runoff and Plurality Elections”, National Tax Journal, 74 (2): 347-376.

Delli Gatti, D., e E. Grugni. 2021. “Breaking Bad: Supply Chain Disruptions in a Streamlined Agent Based Model”, European Journal of Finance, DOI: 10.1080/1351847X.2021.1963300.

Delli Gatti, D., G. Tedeschi, D. Vidal-Tomas, e M. Gallegati. 2021. “The macroeconomic effects of default and debt restructuring: An agent based exploration”, International Review of Economics and Finance, 76 (C): 1146-1163.

Dragomirescu-Gaina, C., D. Philippas, S. Goutte, e D. Nguyen. 2021. “Investors’ attention and information losses under market stress”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 191: 1112-1127.

Dragomirescu-Gaina, C. 2021. “Facing an unfortunate trade-off: policy responses, lessons and spillovers during the COVID-19 pandemic”, Economics & Human Biology, 43, 101052.

Gerotto, L., e P. Pellizzari. 2021. “A replication of Pindycks willingness to pay: on the efforts required to obtain results”, SN Business & Economics, 1: 69.

Femminis, G., e G. Piccirilli. 2021. “Efficient information acquisition with heterogeneous agents”, Economics Letters, 207, article 110025.

Lucifora, C., e A. Garnero. 2021. “Turning a Blind Eye? Compliance with Minimum Wage Standards and Employment”,  forthcoming in Economica.

Lucifora, C., e D. Vigani. 2021. “What if your boss is a woman? Evidence on gender discrimination at the workplace”, forthcoming in Review of Economics of the Household.

Lucifora, C., D. Meurs, e E. Villar. 2021. “The “Mommy Track” in the Workplace. Evidence from a Large French Firm”, forthcoming in Labour Economics.

Lucifora, C., e D. Vigani. 2021. “Losing control? Unions’ Representativeness, Pirate Collective Agreements and Wages”. Industrial Relations, 60 (2): 188-218.

Turati G., M. Di Giacomo, M. Piacenza, e L. Siciliani. 2022. “The effect of co-payments on the take-up of prenatal tests”, Journal of Health Economics, vol. 81, 102553.