Michele Battisti is assistant professor at the University of Palermo, adjunct professor at LUISS Guido Carli and research fellow at CICSE (Centro Interuniversitario Crescita & Sviluppo Economico) and CeLEG. After obtaining his PhD at LUISS in 2005, Michele has been a research fellow at LUISS until 2008. He has been visiting at the University of Southampton and Virginia Tech. His main areas of interest are growth empirics, applied econometrics and labour economics.
- PhD in History and Theory of Economic Development, LUISS Guido Carli, Rome, 2005.
- Bsc in Economics, University of L’Aquila, 2000.
- (with G. Arbia and G. Di Vaio) Institutions and Geography: Empirical Test of Spatial Growth Models for European Regions. Economic Modelling, forthcoming.
- (with G. Di Vaio) A Spatially-Filtered Mixture of β-Convergence Regressions for EU regions, 1980-2002. Empirical Economics 34, 105-121, 2008.
- Persistence in Italian rate of unemployment in presence of breaks and regional asymmetries, Applied Econometrics and International Development 6, 67-85, 2006.
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