Julio Cáceres DelpianoUniversidad Carlos III
My research is focused on three areas: (1) fertility, and its impact on the accumulation of human capital; (2) reforms in divorce laws, their impact on crime, and on the welfare levels of children and mothers, and; (3) Economics of the education.
Rossella CalviRice University
Modibo CamaraNorthwestern University
Economics PhD student at Northwestern University, working at the intersection of microeconomic theory and computer science.
Andrea CamilliUniversity of Milano-Bicocca
Antoine CamousUniversity of Mannheim
Cristiano CantoreBank of England
Carlos Carrillo-TudelaUniversity of Essex
My research focuses on understanding the effects of human capital, worker mobility and occupational switching on unemployment and wage inequality over the business cycle and in the long-run. More recently I have been investigating firm dynamics and firms' recruitment policies with the aim of understanding their effects on unemployment and its duration distribution over the business cycle. I use search and matching theory and quantitative methods as primary tools to study these effects.