Dr Matteo Richiardi
Director, Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis, and Professor of Economics at the University of Essex
Matteo Richiardi is the Director, Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis, and Professor of Economics at the University of Essex. Professor Richiardi was previously a Senior Research Officer within the Employment, Equity & Growth Programme at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford, and before that he was at the University of Torino in Italy. He has also worked as a consultant on labour market and social protection policies for the World Bank and national government agencies, and is the Chief Editor of the International Journal of Microsimulation.
Discounting the distant future: What do historical bond prices imply about the long term discount rate?
27 Dec 23
We present a thorough empirical study on real interest rates by also including risk aversion through...
No. 2020-17 - The Covid-19 Crisis Response Helps the Poor: The Distributional and Budgetary Consequences of the UK lock-down
02 Jun 20
We nowcast the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and related lock-down measures in the UK an...
No. 2019-08 - Firm Heterogeneity and the Aggregate Labour Share
04 Jun 19
Using a static model of firm behaviour with imperfect competition on the product and labour markets,...
No. 2019-04 - What Happened to the 'Great American Jobs Machine'?
18 Apr 19
In the 1980s and 1990s the US employment rate increased steadily. Since then it has declined both in...
No. 2018-15 - The Drivers of Inequality in Rich Countries
31 Oct 18
Rising income inequality has recently come centre-stage as a core societal concern for rich countrie...
INET Briefing Note: Women Leading UK Employment Boom
28 Feb 18
Inequality and Prosperity in the Industrialized World: Addressing a Growing Challenge
01 Sep 17
On average, income inequality within developing economies is very high, particularly in Africa, and ...
Non-Standard Work, Low-paid Work and Employment Dynamics: Evidence from an Occupational Perspective
27 Feb 15
Labour Market Flexibility in the Service Sector: Occupational Patterns in Post-Industrial Societies (forthcoming)
05 Sep 14