University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Nottingham University Business School China
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Paolo Di Giannatale

Assistant Professor in Economics , Nottingham University Business School China

Qualifications

PhD (Economics) Bocconi University (Milan), Italy
M.A. (Economics) Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium BA/BSc(Political Sciences) University of Teramo, Italy

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Biography

Expertise summary

Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Game theory, Applied microeconomics, Micro-econometrics

Teaching Summary

01/2014 – 07/2015

  • LIUC University, Teaching contracts for courses of Microeconomics and Industrial Economics, Castellanza (VA), Italy
  • Bocconi University, Teaching contract (Macroeconomics), Milan (Italy)

01/2012 – 12/2013

  • LIUC University, Teaching contracts for courses of Microeconomics and Industrial Organization, Castellanza (VA), Italy
  • Bocconi University, Teaching contract (Macroeconomics), Milan (Italy)
  • Bocconi University, Research Assistant - T.A. for course of Industrial Organization (prof. C. Altomonte), Milan (Italy)
  • Bocconi University, T.A. for courses of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Advanced Topics in Economics, Economic Prospects, Milan (Italy)

01/2011 – 12/2011

  • University of Teramo, Teaching contracts for courses of Microeconomics and Industrial Organization, Teramo (Italy)
  • Bocconi University, Teaching contract (Macroeconomics), Milan (Italy)
  • Bocconi University, Research Assistant in Industrial Organization (Director: prof. C. Altomonte), Milan (Italy)

01/2009 – 12/2010

  • University of Teramo, Teaching contract (Microeconomics and Industrial Organization), Teramo (Italy)
  • University of Insubria, Teaching contract (International Macroeconomics), Varese (Italy)
  • Bocconi University, Teaching contract (Macroeconomics), Milan (Italy)

01/2006 – 12/2008

  • Bocconi University, T.A. for courses of Microeconomics, Industrial Organization and European Economic Policy, Milan (Italy)
  • University of Milan, T.A. for course of Microeconomics and International Economics, Milan (Italy) for project “Integration Agreements in the presence of 101/2002 – 12/2005
  • University of Teramo, Teaching contracts for courses of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Industrial Organization at SISS school, Teramo (Italy)
  • University of Teramo, Teaching contract (Political Economics), Teramo (Italy)

06/2000 - 12/2001

  • University of Teramo, T.A. for courses of Microeconomics, Industrial Economics, Political Economics, Macroeconomics, Teramo (Italy) 

Research Summary

06/2014 – 04/2015

  • Researcher in ASSOLOMBARDA, National Center for Studies and Research, Lombardy region, Milan (Italy)

01/2012 – 12/2013

  • Researcher in Éupolis Lombardia, Istituto superiore per la ricerca, la statistica e la formazione, Lombardy region, Milan (Italy)

01/2009 – 12/2010

  • Research Project “"Performance in M&As and Research Joint Ventures: Does Control Matter More than Complementarities?"”, KITeS Research Center, Bocconi University. Coordinator: prof. C. Altomonte, Milan (Italy)

01/2003 – 11/2004

  • Research Project “Business Plan for a Marine Reserve in Torre del Cerrano (Italy)”, University of Teramo. Coordinator: prof. F. Passarelli, Teramo (Italy)

Publications

“Voting Chances Instead of Voting Weights” (joint with F. Passarelli), Mathematical Social Sciences (2013), 65(3), pp. 164-173.

A Regional Manufacturing Scoreboard for EU: the new drivers of competitiveness” 2014-2015.

Book Chapters

"The financial crisis and the end of a European model of social market economy" (joint with F. Passarelli), in P. Gargiulo (eds.), Politics and social rights in the UE, Scientific Editions, 2011.

Reports

“Integration Contracts and Asset Complementarity: Theory and Evidence from US Data” (joint with F. Passarelli), 2014, MPRA Working Paper, http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/57575/1/MPRA_paper_57575.pdf

“A Regional Manufacturing Scoreboard for EU: the new drivers of competitiveness” 2014-2015.

Conference presentations

2014 - CRIOS (Bocconi University) - Strategy, Organization, Innovation and Entrepreneurship