Giorgio is a PhD candidate in the Department of Economics affiliated with the CEP. His main fields of interest are economic growth, political economy, and economic history.
His current projects include a study on the effect of the 19th century railroad construction in England on inventors, the relationship of wage increases on top employees and their future entrepreneurship status, and the evaluation of long-term effects of exposure to wars on politicians’ future voting records.
Giorgio received his bachelor’s degree from New York University and previously worked as an analyst in the antitrust division at NERA.
Economic Growth, Labor, and Political Economy
John Van Reenen
Centre for Economic Performance
Teaching in 2022/23
EC1B5: Macroeconomics I