University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, and IZA, Germany
IZA World of Labor role
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Applied macroeconomics, labor economics, international economics, law and economics
PhD Economics, European University Institute, 2002
“The regional distribution of public employment: Theory and evidence.” Regional Studies (Forthcoming) (with S. G. Kessing).
"Intellectual property rights, diasporas, and domestic innovation." Journal of International Economics 96 (2015): 150–161 (with A. J. Naghavi).
“The evolution of citizenship: Economic and institutional determinants.” Journal of Law and Economics 53:1 (2010): 95–136 (with G. Bertocchi).
“Real wages over the business cycle: OECD evidence from the time and frequency domains.” Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 33:6 (2009): 1183–1200 (with J. Messina and J. Turunen).
“International migration and the role of institutions” Public Choice 137:1 (2008): 81–102 (with G. Bertocchi).
The changing nature of citizenship legislation
Concepts of citizenship are not universally defined and need rethinkingChiara Strozzi, December 2016Citizenship laws are changing in many countries. Although cross-national differences in the laws regulating access to citizenship are today not as large as they were several decades ago, they are still very apparent. Globally, there is convergence over some citizenship policy dimensions, but there is not a general convergence over “liberal” or “restrictive” approaches to citizenship policy. A growing body of research has put forward various comparative measures of citizenship and migrant integration policies. However, selecting the “right” index is a challenging task, and the underlying dynamics of citizenship laws are not easy to interpret as they differ across countries.MoreLess