Marco Stamegna

Education

PhD student in Economics, University of Siena, Italy

Postgraduate course in Panel data econometrics, Società italiana di econometria, Bertinoro (FC), Italy

Master’s degree in Economics, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, grade: 110/110 cum laude

Internship at Svimez – Associazione per lo sviluppo dell’industria nel Mezzogiorno, Rome, Italy

International exchange student, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain

Bachelor’s degree in Political science, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, grade: 110/110 cum laude

 

 

Research interests

 

Demand-led and classical-Marxian approaches to growth and distribution; theory of induced technical change; the interrelationship between functional distribution and personal income inequality; dynamic macro modeling and numerical simulations

 

 

Work in progress

 

Labour market institutions and stagnation in a demand-led growth model with induced technical change

Wage inequality, labour market institutions and skill-biased technical change in a classical-Marxian model of semi-balanced growth

A SEM approach for testing the effect of the labour share on output and labour productivity growth in the US and European economies

Wage inequality, workers’ differential bargaining power and employment: an empirical investigation of the US segmented labour market