Seminars and Events

CeLEG Events


  • June 8: Convegno sul tema: Un’assicurazione europea contro la disoccupazione?”. Program of the event


  • November 27: Convegno sul tema: Dalla scala mobile al Jobs Actl’AIEL e il processo di riforma del mercato del lavoro”. Link to the event
  • January 21: Incontro sul tema: Jobs Act e riforma del mercato del lavoro. Link to the event


  • November 18 (Auditorium Raoul Pieroni, Via Oriolo Romano, 257 – Rome,): Workshop sponsored by TELECOM ITALIA on “Internet, Jobs and Skills: an Opportunity for Growth“. Presentation by G. Ragusa e P. Naticchioni on “E-entrepreneurship, jobs and skills”. Details here
  • September 4: Joseph Zeira (LUISS University and CeLEG): Inequality and Public Policy.


  • November 27: Incontro sul tema “I rischi occupazionali dopo le recenti riforme“. Link to the event.
  • October 30: Paolo Naticchioni (CeLEG): Mr. Rossi, Mr. Hu and the politics. The role of immigration in shaping natives’ political preferences.
  • September 27-28: XXVIII AIEL Congress. Link to the event.
  • June 14-15: Workshop on “Macroeconomics and Financial Frictions”. Download the program here.


PastCeLEG-MacroLab Seminars


  • December 19: Michael Donadelli (LUISS), Global Integration and Emerging Excess Returns.
  • November 21: Andrea Presbitero (Università Politecnica delle Marche), Public debt and economic growth: Is there a causal effect?
  • November 14: Luca Panaccione (Tor Vergata) e Salvatore Federico (Università di Milano), Whither Path to Growth?
  • November 7: Michele Crescenzi (LUISS), Optimal Financial Contracts without Commitment to Audit.
  • October 31: Alan Giovanni Improta (LUISS), Tell me your portfolio and I will guess who you are: social incentives for more fitting pension funds.
  • October 24: Pierluigi Murro (LUISS), Ownership Structure, Governance, and Innovation: Evidence from Italy.
  • October 17: Giovanni Ricco (LUISS), Government Spending Reloaded: Fundamentalness and Heterogeneity in Fiscal SVARs.
  • October 15 (5 pm in aula Toti): E’ POSSIBILE RIDURRE LE TASSE IN ITALIA? Details
  • October 10: Emma Duchini (LUISS), The introduction of Pension Systems in the US in the 1920s: the Effect on Labour Force Participation.




  • December 7: Ilaria Fabbri (LUISS University), An R&D-based DSGE model with endogenous growth.
  • November 23: Carlo Cambini (Politecnico di Torino), Investment and Capital Structure of Partially Private Regulated Firms.
  • October 26: Gabriele Palmegiani (LUISS University), Factor models and DSGE models: a forecasting evaluation.
  • October 19: Paolo Vitale (Università G. D’Annunzio di Pescara e Chieti), Call Auction Markets With Risk Averse Specialists.
  • October 12: Michael Donadelli (LUISS University), The Equity Risk Premium: Empirical Evidence from Emerging Markets.
  • June 22: Urszula Szczerbowicz (LUISS University), Are Unconventional Monetary Policies Effective?
  • June 15: Liliane Giardino-Karlinger (LUISS University), Lock-In, Vertical Integration and Investment: The Case of Eastern European Firms.
  • June 8: Oktai Surucu (LUISS University), Discrimination over Price and Quality when Agents are Context Biased.
  • June 1: Paolo Giordani (LUISS University and CeLEG), Coordination Failures in Immigration Policy.
  • May 25: Alberto Petrucci (LUISS University and CeLEG), Pure Rent Taxation and Growth in a Two-Sector Open Economy.
  • May 18: Cecilia Jona Lasinio (“Tor Vergata” University of Rome and CeLEG), Intangible Capital and Productivity Growth in European Countries.
  • May 11: Giovanna Vallanti (LUISS University and CeLEG), Search&Matching Models and the Labor Market.
  • May 4: Joseph Zeira (LUISS University and CeLEG): Money and the Size of Transactions.
  • April 27: Pietro Rizza (Banca d’Italia), Intergenerational Equity and Government Budget Policies.
  • April 20: Luca Panaccione (Tor Vergata University and LUISS), A Principal-Agent Model with Hidden Action and Hidden Trades.
  • April 13: Marianna Caccavaio (LUISS University), The Chinese Stock Market.
  • April 8: Andrea Resti (Bocconi University), Do Investors Care About Credit Ratings? An Analysis through the Cycle.
  • March 30: Salvatore Nisticò (“La Sapienza” University of Rome and MACROLab), Optimal Monetary Policy and Stock-Price Dynamics in a non-Ricardian DSGE Model.
  • March 23: Peter Engelen, Reputational Penalties to Induce Responsible Corporate Behavior.
  • March 16 (3 PM):  CeLEG Workshop, Le Relazioni Sindacali in FIAT.
  • March 9: Pietro Reichlin (LUISS University and CeLEG), The Social Cost of Age Discrimination in the Labor Market.
  • March 2: Hermes Morgavi (LUISS University), Consumption predictability and stock market participation.
  • February 23: Gabriele Palmegiani (LUISS University), Factor Models and the DSGE Model: a Forecasting Evaluation.
  • February 16: Elena Carniti (LUISS University), Monetary Policy Analysis in a Two-Country DSGE Model with Integrated Financial Portfolios.
  • February 9: Ilaria Fabbri     (LUISS University), A DSGE Model of Endogenous Growth.
  • February 2: Daniela Gamberini (LUISS University), Stocks and Housing over the Life-Cycle.
  • January 26: Alessia Matano and Paolo Naticchioni (“La Sapienza”  University of Rome and CeLEG), Rent Sharing as a Driver for the Gender Wage Gap.


  • December 17, Anastasios Karantounias (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta), Optimal Capital Income Taxation.
  • December 1: Paolo Naticchioni (University of Cassino and LUISS), Giuseppe Ragusa (LUISS), La dualità del mercato del lavoro italiano e la possibilità di introdurre del tipo flex-security.
  • May 26: Matteo Pignatti (LUISS University), Housing tenure choices with private information.
  • May 12: Pietro Reichlin (LUISS University),Indeterminacy of equilibrium with risk of default.
  • April 28: Paolo Naticchioni (University of Cassino and LUISS), Riccardo Massari, and Giuseppe Ragusa, Job and Wage Polarization: Heterogeneous Trends in Europe.
  • April 14: Joseph Zeira (Hebrew University and LUISS), Globalization and Divergence.
  • March 17: Angela Cipollone     (LUISS University) and C. D’Ippoliti, Women’s Employment: Beyond Individual Characteristics vs. Contextual Factors Explanations.
  • February 17: Marianna Riggi (La Sapienza University of Rome), Why are the 2000s so different from the 1970s? A structural interpretation of changes in the macroeconomic effects of oil prices.
  • January 20: Nicola Borri (LUISS University) and Adrien Verdelhan, Sovereign Risk Premia.



  • December 9: Salvatore Nisticò (“La Sapienza” University of Rome and LUISS), International Portfolio Allocation Under Model Uncertainty.

Last Updated: September 15, 2009

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