Bernardo Mottironi is a PhD candidate at the London School of Economics (LSE). His research focuses on the behaviour of firms and how their heterogeneity shapes aggregate outcomes, especially with regard to market power, rent-sharing, allocative efficiency and productivity growth. Previously, he earned an MSc from Bocconi and gained experience as a research assistant (European Central Bank), consultant (IWH/CompNet) and teacher (LSE).
Productivity, Market Power, Rent-Sharing, Factor Shares, Misallocation, Firm Dynamics, Production Function Estimation
John Van Reenen, Alan Manning, Maarten De Ridder
EC210: Macroeconomic Principles
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