Eliana Viviano

Bank of Italy, Italy

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Author

Current position

Economist, Bank of Italy, Italy

Research interest

Labor economics, employment

Qualifications

PhD Economics, Tor Vergata University, Rome, 2003

Selected publications

  • "Firing costs and firm hiring: Evidence from an Italian reform." Economic Policy 33:93 (2018): 101–130 (with P. Sestito).

  • "Has the wage Phillips curve changed in the euro area?" IZA Journal of Labor Policy 6:1 (2017): 1–22 (with G. Bulligan).

  • "Behind and beyond the employment rate." Journal of the Royal Statistics Society Series A 179:3 (2016): 657–681 (with A. Brandolini).

  • "Entry barriers in retail trade." Economic Journal 121:551 (2011): 145–170 (with F. Schivardi).

  • "Does the ILO definition capture all unemployment?” Journal of the European Economic Association 4:1 (2006): 153–179 (with A. Brandolini and P. Cipollone).

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