new sse dissertation
''This doctoral thesis in Economics consists of three chapters:
Labor market institutions and homeownership investigates the role of the legal framework of the labor market in explaining the heterogeneity we observe in homeownership rates across countries and over time.
Do labor market institutions matter for fertility? studies whether labor market institutions, not targeted towards maternity, impact the total fertility rate.
Investment choices and wealth inequality: evidence from Italy empirically examines the sources of wealth inequality dynamics in Italy during the Great Recession.''
Andrea Camilli holds a B.Sc. in Economics and Finance and a M.Sc. in Economics from University of Bologna. His main research fields are Macroeconomics and Labor Economics, with a focus on housing, demographics and inequality.