Filippo Boeri is an applied microeconomist. He successfully completed his PhD in Economic Geography in August 2020. During his PhD, he worked as research assistant for the LSE Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) and the OECD. Currently he has two strands of ongoing research. One looks at how trade shocks affect local labour markets and the implications on the composition of tasks and skills. The other analyses local public policies, with applications to economics of organised crime and economics of education.
Essays in Urban Economics and International Trade
2019/20 - 6SSPP362, International Trade - King's College
2016/17, 2017/18 - EC230, Economics in Public Policy - LSE
2015/16, 2016/17 - EC235, Economics of European Integration - Summer School, LSE
Prof. Olmo Silva
Prof. Steve Gibbons