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Giovanni Mastrobuoni

Collegio Carlo Alberto
Alexander Bodini Research Fellow in Global Development and Finance

Does fertility influence migration and the re-allocation of labor?


Giovanni Mastrobuoni obtained a PhD in Economics from Princeton University in 2006. He is currently Assistant Professor at the Collegio Carlo Alberto and a research fellow at CeRP and at Netspar (in the Netherlands). His research focuses on labor economics and on the economics of crime. He has published in international journals and has received several research grants and several awards including the 2009 Carlo Giannini Prize for the best paper presented at the Italian Congress of Econometrics and Empirical Economics, the 2008 Steven H. Sandell Grant Award from Boston College, the 2007 Honorable Mention Dissertation Award from the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, and the 2007 National Academy of Social Insurance's Heinz Dissertation Award. He also serves as the vice-director of the Master in Economics at the Collegio Carlo Alberto.