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Pietro Reichlin

Pietro Reichlin
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Note biografiche

Nato il 20/03/’56. Laurea presso la Facoltà di Scienze Statistiche, Università di Roma La Sapienza (1981).
Ph.D. (with distinction) - Department of Economics - Columbia University - USA.(1987)

Aree di ricerca: Monetary Law and Policy

Search keywords: Asset prices, Capital, Cass Criterion, Constrained inefficiency, Default, Equilibrium Indeterminacy, Housing, Incomplete markets, Limited commitment, Private debt, Productivity, Social welfare, Solvency constraints, Transversality condition, Wealth, Wealth Inequality, Wealth taxes

Departments: Dipartimento di Economia e Finanza

Research centers:
CASMEF - Centro Arcelli per gli Studi Monetari e Finanziari

Curriculum

Current Position
Professor of Economics - Luiss G. Carli
Pro-Rector of Scientific Research – Luiss G. Carli
Fields of interest
Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory, Financial Markets, Business Cycle
Other professional activities
Research Fellow - CEPR.
Senior Fellow - RCEA
Associate Editor - Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics.
Co-Editor - Research in Economics.
Education
1987: Ph.D. (with distinction) in Economics - Columbia University - USA.
1981: Laurea - Università di Roma La Sapienza - Italy
Academic positions
1998-2005: Professor of Economics – Università di Roma La Sapienza
1994-1998: Professor of Economics - Università di Chieti.
1992-1994: Associate Professor of Economics - Università di Napoli.
1990-1992: Ricercatore – Università di Roma La Sapienza.
1987-1988: “Jean Monnet Fellow” - European University Institute.
Visiting academic positions
2007: Columbia University, Department of Economics.
2001: European University Institute, Department of Economics.
1999: University of California Los Angeles, Department of Economics.
1998: The Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics, School on the Mathematics of Economics.
1991: University of Pennsylvania, Department of Economics.
1989: University of Pennsylvania, Department of Economics.
Teaching experience
Macroeconomics (Undergraduate, Ph.D.), Microeconomics (Undergraduate, PhD.).
Scholarships and Awards
1989: Research Fellowship from SPES Program (European Community) at CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain.           
1989: Scholarship “Fare Ricerca in Italia” from Olivetti.
1984: “President's Fellowship”, Columbia University.
1984: Fellowship “Ente Luigi Einaudi”, Banca d'Italia.
1983: “President's Fellowship”, Columbia University.
1983: Fellowship “Ente Luigi Einaudi”, Banca d'Italia.
1982: Fellowship “Interbanca”.