Rule Breaking, Honesty and Migration (with T. Colussi and A. Ichino)
The Journal of Law and Economics, Volume 66, Number 2, May 2023 Online Appendix, Accessible working paper, Non-technical summary
Emigration and Entrepreneurial Drain
(with G. Basso, G. Ippedico and G. Peri),
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 15 (2): 218-52, April 2023
Previously circulated as Youth Drain, Entrepreneurship and Innovation NBER Working paper 26055, July 2019
In the media: Il Sole 24 Ore
Foreign Students in College and the Supply of STEM Graduates
(with K. Shih and K. Williams), Journal of Labor Economics, Volume 41, Number 2, April 2023
Individual vulnerability to industrial robot adoption increases support for the radical right
(with I. Colantone, and P. Stanig)
PNAS November 23, 2021 118 (47)e2111611118.
In the media: La Repubblica, PsyPost, Reddit
Robots, Marriageable Men, Family, and Fertility
(with O. Giuntella and L. Stella)
Journal of Human Resources
Published online before print November 15, 2021. Accessible version.
In the media: The Washington Post, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung,
Metro, UNILAD, La Repubblica
Fertility Drain or Fertility Gain? Emigration and Fertility during the Great Recession in Italy (with N. Balbo)
Demography, 1 April 2021; 58 (2): 631–654.
In the media: Population Europe
Returns to elite university education: a quasi-experimental analysis
Journal of the European Economic Association, Volume 18, Issue 6, December 2020, Pages 2824–2868.
Awarded with the Distinguished CESifo Affiliate award
The Effects of High School Peers' Gender on College Major, College Performance and Income (with G. Peri)
Economic Journal, Volume 129, Issue 618, February 2019, 553–602
In the media: Featured CESifo working paper
Does Emigration Delay Political Change? Evidence from Italy during the Great Recession (with G. Peri)
Economic Policy, Volume 32, Issue 91, 1 July 2017, Pages 551–596
In the media: Oxford University Press Blog, Corriere della Sera
Gender of Siblings and Choice of College Major (with G. Peri)
CESifo Economic Studies (2015) 61 (1): 53-71.