XXIX National Conference of Labour Economics


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SESSION : PLENARY LECTURE
THE ECONOMICS OF LABOR MARKET REFORMS
SESSION : PLENARY SESSION ON “POLICY”
EDUCATIONAL POLICIES AND INCOME INEQUALITY
THE COMPETENCES OF ITALIAN ADULTS: EVIDENCE FROM PIAAC
SESSION : A.1 Labour markets in transition economies Chair : Enrico Marelli, Università di Brescia
Anzelika Zaiceva (Università di Modena and Reggio Emilia)

(Joint with Hartmut Lehmann, University of Bologna)
Informal Employment in Russia: Definitions, Incidence, Determinants and Labor Market Segmentation
Enrico Marelli (Università di Brescia)

(Joint with Elena Vakulenko (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow))
Youth Unemployment in Italy and Russia: Aggregate Trends and the Role of Individual Determinants
Marcello Signorelli (Università di Perugia)

(Joint with Francesco Bartolucci (Università di Perugia), Aleksandra Bashina (Higher School of Economics, Moscow), Giovanni S. F. Bruno (Università Bocconi), Olga Demidova (Higher School of Economics, Moscow))
Determinants of Job Satisfaction in Young Russian Workers
Olga Demidova (National Research University (Higher School of Economics, Moscow)

(Joint with Enrico Marelli, Università di Brescia - Marcello Signorelli, University of Perugia)
The Spatial Effects of the Youth
SESSION : A.2 Family motherhood and work Chair : Thomas Leoni, Austrian Institute of Economic Research
Chiara Mussida (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)

(Joint with Stephen McKay )
Wage and employment gaps: the role of fertility intentions, motherhood and household labour
Eleonora Matteazzi (University of Trento)

(Joint with Eliane el Badaoui)
To be a Mother, or not to be? Career and Wage Ladder in Italy and the UK
Prova (Prova)

(Joint with Lucia Rizzica, Banca d'Italia)
Female Employment and Pre-kindergarten: on the Unintended Effects of an Italian Reform
Thomas Leoni (Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO))

(Joint with Rainer Eppel)
Motherhood, Employment and Health at Age 50+. Evidence for Europe across Welfare Regimes
SESSION : A.3 Health and work Chair : Elena Sarti, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Elena Cottini (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)

(Joint with Claudio Lucifora, Matteo Ruggeri)
Health care in transition: Evidence on the well-being of workers in the European health and social care sector
Elena Sarti (Marco Biagi Foundation - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)

(Joint with Tindara Addabbo)
Access to work and disability: the case of Italy
Gabriele Mazzolini (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)

(Joint with Elena Cottini, Claudio Lucifora)
Work organization practices and pay for performance: is there any effect on health?
Tiziano Razzolini (Università di Siena)

(Joint with Roberto Leombruni, Università di Torino - Francesco Serti, University of Alicante)
Unemployment at Entry and the Occupational Injury
SESSION : A.4 Education 1 Chair : Marco Tonello, Banca d'Italia
Carmen Aina (Università del Piemonte Orientale)

(Joint with Massimiliano Bratti, Michele Raitano)
Better late than never? The effect of age at graduation
Corrado Andini (Universidade da Madeira)

(Joint with Pedro Telhado Pereira)
Does part-time schooling pay? Panel quantile-regression evidence
Marco Tonello (Bank of Italy)

(Joint with Claudio Lucifora)
Deterrence, Social Ties and Cheating in the Classroom. Evidence from a Randomized Experiment
Paolo Ghinetti (Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale)

(Joint with )
Heterogeneous Returns to Education in Italy: An Evaluation Based on Control Functions
SESSION : A.5 ICT Chair : Samuele Poy, FBK-IRVAPP, Trento
Benedetto Molinari (Universidad Pablo Olavide)

(Joint with Manuel Hidalgo-Pérez)
Learning the New Technology: the Polarization of the Wage Distribution
Federico Biagi (Università di Padova e JRC-IPTS (European Commission))

(Joint with Smaranda Pantea, Anna Sabadash)
Are ICT Displacing Workers? Evidence from Seven European Countries
University of Sassari (Maria Gabriela Ladu)

(Joint with Bianca Biagi)
The Short and Long Run Impact of Technology on Employment: Evidence from Italy
Samuele Poy (FBK-IRVAPP)

(Joint with Giulia Canzian, Simone Schuller)
High-Speed Internet and Firm Productivity – Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the Province of Trento –
SESSION : A.6 Migration 1 Chair : Muhammad Waqas, Newcastle University
Chandra Shah (Monash University)

(Joint with Aaron Nicholas)
Incentives for relocating to regional Australia
Giovanni Sulis (University of Cagliari)

(Joint with Claudia Cigagna)
On the Potential Interaction Between Labour Market Institutions and Immigration Policies
Carmen Ródenas ()

(Joint with Mónica Martí & Ángel León)
The Great Crisis: Understanding the Spanish Migration Puzzle
Muhammad Waqas (Newcastle University Business School, Newcastle University upon Tyne)

(Joint with Nils Braakmann, John Wildman)
Are immigrants in favour of immigration? Evidence from England and Wales
SESSION : A.7 Education and training Chair : Roberta Zizza, Banca d’Italia
Adriana Di Liberto (University of Cagliari)

(Joint with )
Length of stay in the host country and educational achievement of immigrant students: the Italian case
Nicola Orlando (IRS)

(Joint with Gabriele Mazzolini)
Off-the-job Training on Employment. Empirical Evide nce of an Italian Region
Roberta Zizza (Banca d'Italia)

(Joint with Anna Laura Mancini)
Time investment in human capital during childhood. A focus on reading
Silvia Duranti (Irpet) (Irpet)

(Joint with Enrico Conti (Irpet) Alessandra Mattei (Università degli studi di Firenze) Fabrizia Mealli (Università degli studi di Firenze) Nicola Sciclone (Irpet))
The effects of a dropout prevention program on secondary students’ outcomes
SESSION : B.1 Macroeconomics in recession Chair : Hector Sala, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Hector Sala (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

(Joint with Pedro Trivín)
The Decline of the Labor Income Share: A Reappraisal of the Driving Forces
Marco Guerrazzi (Departmen of Economics DIEC, University of Genoa)

(Joint with )
Animal Spirits, Investment and Unemployment: An Old Keynesian View of the Great Recession
Maria Lisa Rodano (Bank of Italy, Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy Directorate)

(Joint with Concetta Rondinelli)
The Italian household consumption: a comparison among recessions
Massimo Mancini (ISTAT)

(Joint with Maurizio Bovi )
Recession, Expectations and Labour Supply Dynamics
SESSION : B.2 Women and gender in labour market Chair : Anna Giraldo, Università di Padova
Anna Giraldo (Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Padova)

(Joint with Donata Favaro)
Mobility Lists and Re-Employment: the Case of Female Workers in North East Italy
Chiara Mussida (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)

(Joint with Maurizio Baussola, Jamie Jenkins, Matthew Penfold)
Determinants of the Unemployment Gender Gap: A Comparative Investigation
Eleonora Matteazzi (University of Trento)

(Joint with Elena Dalla Chiara and Ilaria Petrarca)
From the Glass Door to the Glass Ceiling: An Analysis of the Gender Wage Gap by Age Groups
Paola Meozzi (Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Fondazione "Marco Biagi"))

(Joint with )
Labour Market and Flexibility: A logistic regression model to estimate the likelihood of being atypical for a woman employed in Pisa
SESSION : B.3 Education 2 Chair : Anna Zaharieva, Bielefeld University
Anna Zaharieva (Bielefeld University)

(Joint with )
On-the-Job Search and Optimal Schooling under Uncertainty and Irreversibility
Francesca Sgobbi (DIMI - University of Brescia)

(Joint with )
Adult education, training and individual performance: Some preliminary evidence from PIAAC
Francesco Berlingieri (ZEW)

(Joint with Ulrich Zierahn, ZEW)
Field of Study, Qualification Mismatch, and Wages:
Luca Cattani (University of Bologna)

(Joint with Giovanni Guidetti and Giulio Pedrini)
Assessing the incidence and wage effects of overeducation among Italian graduates using a new measure for educational requirements
SESSION : B.4 Union and collective bargaining 1 Chair : Alvaro A. Novo, Banco de Portugal
Alvaro Novo (Banco de Portugal)

(Joint with Mario Centeno)
The impact of unionization on employment and wages
Francesco Devicienti (University of Torino and Collegio Carlo Alberto )

(Joint with Paolo Naticchioni and Andrea Ricci)
Temporary employment, demand volatility and unions: Firm-level evidence
Nicola Meccheri (University of Pisa)

(Joint with Luciano Fanti)
Unionisation Regimes, Capacity Choice by Firms and Welfare Outcomes
Stella Capuano (Institute of Employment Research )

(Joint with Andreas Hauptmann, Hans-Jörg Schmerer )
Trade and Unions: Can Exporters Benefit from Collective Bargaining?
SESSION : B.5 Jobs and workers flows Chair : Perihan Ozge Saygin, University of Mannheim
Antonio Di Paolo (AQR-IREA, Universitat de Barcelona)

(Joint with Anna Matas, Josep Lluís Raymond)
JOB ACCESSIBILITY, EMPLOYMENT AND JOB-EDUCATION MISMATCH IN THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF BARCELONA
Begoña Cueto (University of Oviedo)

(Joint with Vanesa Rodríguez, Patricia Suárez)
The impact of human capital and career trajectory on self-employment survival
Perihan Ozge Saygin (University of Mannheim)

(Joint with Andrea Weber, Michele A. Weynandt)
Coworkers, Networks, and Job Search Outcomes
Yuliia Stupnytska ()

(Joint with Anna Zaharieva)
Explaining the U-shape of the referral hiring pattern in a search model with heterogeneous workers
SESSION : B.6 Job loss and unemployment Chair : Sinem H. Ayhan, Università di Bologna
Lorenzo Corsini (Department of Economics and Management)

(Joint with Paolo Frumento)
Finite mixture modeling of unemployment duration
Niki Stylianidou (ISTAT)

(Joint with -)
The new supplementary indicators to unemployment rate; an alternative interpretation of the labour market
Sauro Mocetti (Banca d'Italia)

(Joint with Eliana Viviano (Banca d’Italia))
Looking Behind Mortgage Delinquencies
Sinem H. Ayhan (University of Bologna)

(Joint with )
How Do Married Women Respond When Their Husbands Lose Their Jobs? Evidence from Turkey During the Recent Crisis
SESSION : C.1 Job satisfaction and Health Chair : Elisabetta Olivieri, Banca d'Italia
G.S.F. Bruno (Bocconi)

(Joint with F.E Caroleo, O. Dessy)
Job satisfaction and compensating wage differentials among young workers in Italy
Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica)

(Joint with Anna De Paoli; Gilberto Turati)
DOES HOSPITAL COMPETITION AFFECT CITIZENS’ PERCEIVED HEALTH?
SESSION : C.2 Youth in the labour market Chair : Lavinia Parisi, Università di Salerno
Dario Sciulli (Università di Chieti-Pescara)

(Joint with Chiara Mussida)
The Trend over time of the labour market opportunities of young people in Italy
Francesco Pastore ()

(Joint with Luca Giuliani, Seconda Università di Napoli)
The Determinant of the Youth Disadvantage. A Panel Data Analysis
Lavinia Parisi (Celpe and Dises, University of Salerno)

(Joint with Fernanda Mazzotta)
The effect of Marriage and Employment on Leaving Home in Italy
Simona Comi (University of Milan Bicocca, CHILD and IEIL)

(Joint with Mara Grasseni)
The reform of apprenticeship in Italy: winners and losers.
SESSION : C.3 Education, training and employment Chair : Antonio Di Paolo, Universitat de Barcelona)
Antonio Di Paolo (AQR-IREA, Universitat de Barcelona)

(Joint with Lorenzo Cappellari)
Changes in the Language of Instruction and Returns to Schooling in a Bilingual Labour Market
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(Joint with Emanuele Ciani and Guido De Blasio, Banca d'Italia)
Getting Stable: An Evaluation of the Incentives for Permanent Contracts in Italy
Verzicco Liana (ISTAT)

(Joint with Baldazzi Barbara)
The adults participation in lifelong learning in Italy
Marco Tonello (Bank of Italy)

(Joint with Ylenia Brilli)
Rethinking the Crime Reducing Effect of Education: the Role of Social Capital and Organized Crime
SESSION : C.4 Labour market institutions Chair : Giuseppe Croce, Università di Roma La Sapienza
Albanese Andrea (Ghent University (Faculty of Economics and Business Administration) and DEFAP Graduate School (University of Milan-Bicocca and Catholic University of the Sacred Heart) )

(Joint with Cockx Bart)
THE EFFECTS OF EMPLOYERS
Giuseppe Croce (Sapienza University of Rome)

(Joint with no coauthors)
Collective bargaining on welfare and wage. Labour market implications and economic rationales of bipartite sectoral funds
Luca Fumarco (Linnaeus University)

(Joint with Giambattista Rossi, University of London, Birkbeck)
Long-term Economic Effects of Relative Age - The Case of Serie A
Biasi Paola (University of Florence)

(Joint with /)
Does Employment Protection Deter FDI? An Empirical Study on OECD countries
SESSION : C.5 Income distribution poverty Chair : Marco Leonardi, Università di Milano
Anna M. Falzoni (Università di Bergamo)

(Joint with Kinzica L. Soldano)
Remittances and inequality in Eastern European countries
Concetta Rondinelli (Bank of Italy)

(Joint with Antonio Bassanetti, Filippo Scoccianti)
On the structure of Italian households' consumption patterns during the recent crises
marco leonardi (università di milano)

(Joint with Lorenzo Cappellari)
Earnings Instability and Tenure
Michele Raitano (Sapienza University of Rome)

(Joint with Roberto Fantozzi)
Political cycle and reported labour incomes in Italy: a quasi-experimental evidence on tax evasion
SESSION : C.6 Institutions, social capital and policy Chair : Paolo Naticchioni, Università di Roma Tre
Elisabetta Addis (Università di Sassari)

(Joint with )
Social Capital, Gender and the Labour Market
Guido De Blasio (Banca d'Italia)

(Joint with Giovanna D’Adda (University of Birmingham))
Historical Legacy and Policy Effectiveness: the Long-Term Influence of pre-Unification Borders in Italy
Marcial Sánchez-Mosquera (Universidad de Sevilla)

(Joint with )
Trade unions, Social Dialogue and employment in Western Europe, from concertation to confrontation. The Spanish case, 1996-2013
SESSION : D.1 Migration and human capital Chair : Fabio Montobbio, Università di Torino
Alessia Matano ()

(Joint with Sandra Nieto, raul Ramos)
skill mismatches in the EU: immigrants vs natives
Gianna Claudia Giannelli (Università di Firenze)

(Joint with Chiara Rapallini, Università di Firenze)
Immigrant Pupils’ Performance in Maths: Does it Matter Where One is From?
Guido Neidhoefer (Freie Universitaet Berlin)

(Joint with Timm Boenke)
When parental background matters: The intergenerational mobility and assimilation of Italian immigrants in Germany
SESSION : D.2 Cross/country analysis Chair : Chair: Giovanna Vallanti, LUISS
Duncan Roth (Philipps-Universität Marburg)

(Joint with John Moffat)
Cohort size and youth unemployment in Europe: a regional analysis
Giovanna Vallanti (LUISS "Guido Carli")

(Joint with )
International capital mobility and unemployment dynamics: Empirical Evidence from OECD Countries
Maria Laura Parisi (University of Brescia)

(Joint with Olga Demidova, Enrico Marelli)
Labour productivity of young and adult temporary workers and youth unemployment: a cross-country analysis
Sergio Destefanis (University of Salerno)

(Joint with Giuseppe Mastromatteo)
Age and Gender in and Out the EU. A Difference-in-Difference Assessment
SESSION : D.3 Personnel Chair : Maria De Paola, Università della Calabria
Manuel Bagues ()

(Joint with Mauro Sylos-Labini and Natalia Zinovyeva)
Do gender quotas pass the test? Evidence from academic evaluations in Italy
Daniele Checchi (Università di Milano)

(Joint with Gianni De Fraja and Stefano Verzillo)
Publish or Perish? Incentives and Careers in Italian Academia
De Paola, M. (Department of Economics, Statistics and Finance, University of Calabria)

(Joint with Ponzo, M.; Scoppa, V.)
Gender Differences in Attitudes Towards Competition: Evidence from the Italian Scientific Qualification
SESSION : D.4 Education and skill mismatch Chair : Daniela Sposato, Università della Calabria
Daniela Sposato (University of Calabria)

(Joint with Patrizia Ordine, Giuseppe Rose)
Gift of Time and Family Gift: The Effect of Early School Entry on Pupils Performance
Origo Federica (University of Bergamo)

(Joint with Gianluca Argentin, Simona Comi, Laura Pagani)
Is it What You Know or What you Do? The effect of teachers’ digital skills and practices on student achievement
Laura Pagani (University of Milano Bicocca)

(Joint with Gianluca Argentin, Marco Gui, Luca Stanca)
The Impact of Digital Literacy on Educational Outcomes: Evidence from Performance Tests
Sara Flisi (European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Econometrics and Applied Statistics Unit)

(Joint with Valentina Goglio, Elena C. Meroni, Margarida Rodrigues, Esperanza Vera-Toscano)
Measuring occupational mismatch: overeducation and overskill in Europe. Evidence from PIAAC
SESSION : D.5 Wage mobility Chair : Claudia Vittori, University of Bath
Claudia Vittori (University of Bath)

(Joint with Paul Gregg Lindsey Macmillan )
Moving Towards Estimating Lifetime Intergenerational Economic Mobility in the UK
Irene Brunetti (Università di Pisa) ()

(Joint with Davide Fiaschi (Università di Pisa))
Occupational Mobility between Generations: a Theoretical Model with an Application to Italy
Naddeo Paola (Istat)

(Joint with Cardinaleschi Stefania; De Santis Stefano)
Age wage premium and collective bargaining in Italy
Sauro Mocetti (Banca d'Italia)

(Joint with )
Dynasties in Professions: The Role of Rents
SESSION : D.6 The Italian and the Spanish labour market (jointly AIEL-AEET) Chair : Dario Sciulli, Università di Chieti-Pescara
Miguel A. Malo (University of Salamanca)

(Joint with Dario Sciulli (Università di Chieti-Pescara), Begoña Cueto (University of Oviedo))
Long-term Impacts of Easing Temporary Contracts: A Comparative Analysis of Italy and Spain Using Birth Cohorts
Tindara Addabbo (Department of Economics Marco Biagi)

(Joint with Rosa García-Fernández, Carmen Llorca-Rodríguez, Anna Maccagnan)
Labour Force Heterogeneity and Wage Polarization: Italy and Spain
Lina Gálvez-Muñoz (Pablo de Olavide University)

(Joint with Paula Rodríguez-Modroño, Tindara Addabbo)
The impact of austerity on women's work in Italy and Spain
Virginia Hernanz (Universidad de Alcalá )

(Joint with Mario Izquierdo)
Worker Turnover and Regional Unemployment in Spain

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