Postdoctoral Research Officer
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
I am a Postdoctoral Research Officer in the Department of Social Policy and Intervention (DSPI), the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) at Oxford Martin School, at the University of Oxford.
During my young research career, I have worked on topics related to welfare economics. During my PhD at University of Rome Tor Vergata, I focused on intergenerational mobility; in my post-doc experience at the University or Roma Tre, I worked on income and wealth distributional analysis using a dynamic micro-simulation model. Furthermore, I completed a research project on the level and determinants of low-paid workers in Italy.
As part of the DINA ERC Synergy Project, I will then focus on the topic of rising economic inequality and its drivers and consequences. More generally, I am interested in any topic related to social sciences and open to learn from hard sciences to promote an inter-disciplinary approach to our studies.
No. 2024-01 - Simulating Long-Run Wealth Distribution and Transmission: The Role of Intergenerational Transfers
17 Jan 24
This paper utilises the Italian Treasury Dynamic Microsimulation Model (T-DYMM) to project individua...
No. 2023-22 - Intergenerational Poverty Persistence in Europe: Is There a ‘Great Gatsby Curve’ for Poverty?
01 Dec 23
Here we examine the intergenerational persistence of poverty in a comparative analysis of 30 Europea...
Intergenerational mobility measurement with latent transition matrices
31 Dec 22
We propose a multivariate approach for the estimation of intergenerational transition matrices. Our ...