Publications

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Jun 2019
INET Working Paper
No. 2019-08 - Firm Heterogeneity and the Aggregate Labour Share
Matteo Richiardi, Luis Valenzuela
Apr 2019
INET Working Paper
No. 2019-04 - What Happened to the 'Great American Jobs Machine'?
Brian Nolan, Matteo Richiardi, Lane Kenworthy
Oct 2018
INET Working Paper
No. 2018-15 - The Drivers of Inequality in Rich Countries
Brian Nolan, Matteo Richiardi, Luis Valenzuela
Feb 2018
Paper
INET Briefing Note: Women Leading UK Employment Boom
Brian Nolan, Matteo Richiardi, Filippo Cartiglia
Sep 2017
Report
Inequality and Prosperity in the Industrialized World: Addressing a Growing Challenge
Brian Nolan, Ebrahim Rahbari, Matteo Richiardi, Luis Valenzuela Rivera, Benjamin Nabarro
Aug 2016
Book
Agent-based computational demography and microsimulation using jas-mine
Matteo Richiardi, Ross Richardson
May 2016
Working Paper
JAS-mine: A new Java platform for agent-based and microsimulation modelling
Matteo Richiardi, Ross Richardson
Nov 2015
Working Paper
Bayesian Estimation of Agent-Based Models
Matteo Richiardi, Jakob Grazzini, Mike Tsionas
Sep 2015
Working Paper
Consistent estimation of agent-based models by simulated minimum distance
Matteo Richiardi, Jacob Grazzini
Jun 2015
Working Paper
The Future of Agent-Based Modelling
Matteo Richiardi
Feb 2015
Paper
Non-Standard Work, Low-paid Work and Employment Dynamics: Evidence from an Occupational Perspective
Matteo Richiardi, Fabio Berton, Stefano Sacchi
Sep 2014
Book
Agent-based models of the labor market (forthcoming)
Matteo Richiardi, Michael Neugart
Sep 2014
Labour Market Flexibility in the Service Sector: Occupational Patterns in Post-Industrial Societies (forthcoming)
Matteo Richiardi, Fabio Berton, Stefano Sacchi
Sep 2014
Is labor flexibility a substitute to offshoring? Evidence from Italian manufacturing
Matteo Richiardi
Sep 2014
Paper
Imputing Individual Effects in Dynamic Microsimulation Models An Application to Household Formation and Labour Market Participation in Italy
Matteo Richiardi
Oct 2013
Journal
Sequential Teamwork in Competitive Environments: Theory and Evidence from Swimming Data
Matteo Richiardi, Michael Neugart