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Stefano Manzocchi

Stefano Manzocchi
Direttore del Dipartimento di Economia e Finanza

Note biografiche

Born in Rome in 1963. 

Aree di ricerca: European Monetary Union, International Trade, Italian economics, Productivity

Curriculum

Professor of International Economics, Luiss University (Rome).

Chief Economist, Confindustria (since 2019).

Dean, Department of Economics and Finance, Luiss (since 2014).

Director, Luiss Lab of European Economics (since 2003).

Associate Research Fellow, Centre for European Policy Studies, Bruxelles (since 2004).

Editor, "Rivista di Politica Economica" (since 2020).

Previous Academic and Teaching Positions:

2002-2003: Director, Dipartimento di Economia dell'Università di Perugia.

2001-2006: Professor, Dipartimento di Economia dell'Università di Perugia.

1998-2001: Associate Professor, Dipartimento di Economia dell'Università di Perugia

1992-1998: Assistant Professor, Dipartimento di Economia dell'Università di Ancona

Main Research Positions:

Visiting Scholar, Research Department, IMF (1996).

Team leader of the Italian Unit, Phare-ACE Program Research on "The determinants of financial flows in the EU and the associated states of Central and Eastern Europe", financed by the European Commission (contract no. P96-6169-R – 1996-1997).

Team leader of the Italian Unit, Phare-ACE Program Research on "Accession, differentiation and the impact upon trade and investment flows in an integrated Europe", financed by the European Commission (contract no. P97-8162-R – 1998-2000).

Team leader of the Italian Unit, VI Framework Program Research on "European Network for Better Regulation", Priority 7 "Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-based Society" , financed by the European Commission (contract no. CIT5-028604 – 2005-2007).

Team leader of the Italian Unit, VII Framework Program Research "Innodrive – Intangible Capital and Innovations: Drivers of Growth and Location in the EU ", Project developed under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union, SSH-2007-1.1.2 Intangible investments and innovation in Europe , financed by the European Commission (contract no. 214576 – 2009-2011) http://innodrive.org/ .

Team leader of the Italian Unit, VII Framework Program Research "NEUJOBS : Employment 2025 – How will multiple transitions affect the European labour market ", Project developed under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union, SSH.2010.2.1-1 "Creating and adapting jobs in Europe in the context of a socio-ecological transition", financed by the European Commission (contract no. 266833 2011-2014)

Team leader of the Italian Unit, VII Framework Program Research "SPINTAN Smart Public Intangibles ", Project developed under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union, financed by the European Commission (contract no. 612774 2014-2017)

Main Publications 

  • “Politiche di coesione e crescita economica: l’Italia nel panorama europeo” (with Michele Battisti, Alexandra D’Onofrio and Cecilia Jona) in Rivista di Politica Economica 2/2020 
  • “The times they are a-changin’. Italian manufacturing beyond 2020” (with Livio Romano and Fabrizio Traù) in The Italian Economy after Covid-19 - Short-term Costs and Long-term Adjustments, edited by Giorgio Bellettini and Andrea Goldstein, Bononia University Press, Bologna 2020.
  •  “Knowledge Based Capital and Value Creation in Global Supply Chains” (with Cecilia Jona-Lasinio and Valentina Meliciani) in Technological Forecasting & Social Change 2019 Jona Manzocchi Meliciani_TFS_19-09 
  • “Local Manufacturing Productivity Markers: An Empirical Study of the Italian Counties” (with B. Quintieri and G. Santoni) in The Annals of Regional Science 2017 
  • Intangible Assets and Participation in GVCs- An Analysis on a Sample of European Countries (with Cecilia Jona-Lasinio and Valentina Meliciani) in GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS, TRADE NETWORKS AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: INTERNATIONAL EVIDENCE AND THE ITALIAN CASE Special Issue of Rivista di Politica Economica (2017) edited by Stefano Manzocchi and Gianmarco Ottaviano 
  • “Intangible assets and productivity growth differentials across EU economies: The role of ICT and R&D”, with C. Jona-Lasinio, Rivista di Politica Economica, vol. 1-3 / 2014, 355-383 Draft Jona Lasinio-Manzocchi 
  • Stefano Manzocchi, Il valore del contesto territoriale per la performance industriale, in SETTIMO RAPPORTO LUISS GENERARE CLASSE DIRIGENTE, Roma 2013, p. 69-106 
  • Stefano Manzocchi (2012), Intangibles e produttività: l’Italia in Europa. In: INNOVAZIONE, INTANGIBILI, TERRITORIO, p. 97-104. Roma: FONDAZIONE ADRIANO OLIVETTI. ISBN: 9788861050631.
  • Stefano Manzocchi (2012). Nuovi paradigmi economici. Politiche, scelte e prospettive per rilanciare il Paese . In: RAPPRESENTANZA, RESPONSABILITÀ E CRESCITA. SESTO RAPPORTO GENERARE CLASSE DIRIGENTE, p. 53-84. Roma: . ISBN: 9788861050631.
  • Comments on Competitiveness and Export Performance in Italy”  in Lorenzo Codogno (editor) “Measuring Italy’s external competitiveness”, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Rome, 2011.
  •  Political Regime and FDI from Advanced to Emerging Countries, Review of World Economics – Weltwirtschafliches Archiv, Volume 145, Number 1 / April, 2009 (with Selen S. Guerin).
  • Review of “Transition and Beyond”, ESTRIN S. – KOLODKO G.W. – UVALIC M. (eds.),Palgrave – London, (2007). in Rivista di Politica Economica, 2008.
  • Has Turkey a “Special” Trade Relation With the EU? A Gravity-Model Approach”, Economic Systems, 30, 157-168, 2006 (with D. Antonucci).
  • “Which factors affect IT investment in European countries? A panel data analysis”, Rivista di Politica Economica, 95, 2, January-February, 2005 (with P.Guerrieri e C. Jona-Lasinio).
  • MANZOCCHI S., PADOAN PIERCARLO. (2005). The role of financial markets in economic performance. In: GAVIN BOYD, PIER CARLO PADOAN, ALAN M. RUGMAN,. European–American Trade and Financial Alliances. (pp. 1-23). ISBN: 1 84376 907 7. CHELTENHAM: Edward Elgar (UNITED KINGDOM).
  • “Sectoral Determinants and Dynamics of ICT Investment in Italy” , Rivista di Politica Economica, 94, 5, May-June, 2004 (con G. De Arcangelis and C. Jona-Lasinio).
  • “The Economics of Enlargement”, Palgrave-Macmillan, Houndmills UK, 2003.
  • C.ALCIDI, MANZOCCHI S., G.I.P.OTTAVIANO (2003). On the Welfare Costs of Exclusion: The Case of Central Eastern Europe. In: S.MANZOCCHI. The Economics of Enlargement. HOUNDMILLS: Palgrave, ISBN/ISSN: 9781403915160.
  • “Enlargement, Trade and Investment”, Edward Elgar,Cheltenham UK, 2002 (con P. Brenton).
  • BRENTON P, MANZOCCHI S.. (2002). Enlargement, Trade and Investment: A Review of Economic Impacts. In: PAUL BRENTON, MANZOCCHI S. Enlargement, Trade And Investment The Impact of Barriers to Trade in Europe. ISBN: 978 1 84376 017 7. CHELTENHAM: Edward Elgar (UNITED KINGDOM.
  • “Outsiders in economic integration. The case of a transition economy”, Economics of Transition 9, 1, 229-249, 2001 (with G. Ottaviano).
  • “Foreign Capital to Developing Economies. Perspectives from the Theory of Economic Growth”, Palgrave-Macmillan, Houndmills UK, 1999.
  • “Current Account Reversals in Developing Countries: the Role of Fundamentals”, Open Economies Review, 10, 2, 143-63, 1999 (with A. Bagnai).
  • “Capital Flows to Developing Countries throughout the XX Century” in L.E. Armijo (ed.) “Financial Globalization and Democracy in Emerging Markets”, Macmillan, Houndmills, 1999.
  • “Modèle de croissance néoclassique et flux de capitaux“ , Economie Internationale , 72, 4, 7-24, 1997 (avec P. Martin).
  • “Unit Root Test of Capital Mobility in the Less Developed Countries”, Weltwirtschafliches Archiv – Review of World Economics, 132, 3, 544-575, 1996 (with A. Bagnai).
  • “Expectations and multiple equilibria: can more uncertainty be desirable?” Giornale degli economisti e annali di economia, 2, 1993 (with D. Marinucci).
  • “What Concept of Economies of Scale?” History of Economic Ideas, 1, n.2, 1993.
  • “Industrialization and North-South Capital Flows in the Presence of External Economies of Scale” Economic Systems, vol.2, 1993.

Education

BA in Economics, University of Rome "La Sapienza", 1988.

MA in Economics, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva (1990)

PhD in Economics, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva (1995). Dissertation: "Three Essays on Capital Movements in Developing Economies". Committee: Richard Baldwin, Giuseppe Bertola, Hans Genberg.