Filippo Taddei

Filippo Taddei, PhD

Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research
International Economics

SAIS Europe
Suite 206

Expertise

Regions
  • Europe
  • Italy
Topics
  • Economics
  • International Finance
Languages
  • Italian
Macroeconomics, Credit Markets, International Economics

Background and Education

Previously: Assistant professor, Collegio Carlo Alberto (2007-2012); Lecturer, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University (2005-2007). Honors and advising positions: Economic Advisor to the Italian Prime Minister (since 2013); Lamfalussy Fellowship, European Central Bank (2012-2013); Advisor, International Labor Organization (ILO) (2012-2013); Advisor, European Commission (2012); Adviser, World Bank (2006); Young Economist Award, European Economic Association (2006). Board Memberships: Member of the Scientific Committee, Nomisma, Spa (2010-2014); Board of Directors, Istituto Cattaneo (2011-2014); PhD, in Economics, Columbia University

Publications: "Innovation, Growth and Aggregate Volatility from a Bayesian Non Parametric Perspective," with A. Lijoi, P. Muliere and I. Pruenster, in Electronic Journal of Statistics, vol. 10, no. 2 (2016); "Bequest Taxes, Donations, and House Prices," with G. Bellettini and G. Zanella, BE Journal of Macroeconomics (2013); "International Capital Flows and Credit Market Imperfections: a Tale of Two Frictions," with A. Martin in Journal of International Economics (2013); "Financial Frictions, International Capital Flows and Welfare," ECB Working Paper (2013); "Italy: A Dual Labor Market in Transition," with P. Garibaldi, ILO Employment Working Paper 144 (2013); "Exchangeable Random Partitions for Statistical and Economic Modelling," with A. Lijoi, P. Muliere and I. Pruenster, in Atti Convegno su Economia e Incertezza, EUT-Edizioni Universita' di Trieste (2010); Working Papers: "Intergenerational Altruism and House Prices: evidence from bequest tax reforms in Italy," with G. Bellettini and G. Zanella (2015); "Indexed Sovereign Debt: an Applied Framework," with G. Sandleris and H. Sapriza (2014); "Age Before Beauty? Productivity and Work vs. Seniority and Early Retirement," with G. Mastrobuoni (2013); "Liquidity and Economic Fluctuations" (2012). For a recent curriculum vitae including a full list of publications, see personal webpage


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Fall 2016 
Investigates th...
Investigates the determinants of national aggregate income, employment, business cycles and the rate of growth. Evaluates alternative policies for influencing various macroeconomic variables.
Spring 2017 
International M...
International Monetary Theory focuses on international financial flows and balance of payments, exchange rate determination and systems, open-economy macroeconomics, and several topics related with global financial interdependence among developed and developing countries. International Monetary Theory is designed to give students a strong foundation in theory and practice of international finance and to explore emerging topics of interest such as exchange rate and balance of payments crises in developing countries, global balance of payments disequilibrium, international financial architecture and monetary unions.
March 2, 2016 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is quoted on Bloomberg in an article entitled "Banks Bloated on Sovereign Debt weaken Italy in row with Germany."

September 14, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed by the Chicago Tribune in an article entitled "Italy may seek up to 10.5 billion euros in EU flexibility."

September 14, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed on Bloomberg.com in an article entitled "Italy Bad Bank Sparks U.S. Investor Interest."

August 3, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Assistant Professor of Economics
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed by L'Espresso in an article entitled, "Con le nostre riforme vantaggi maggiori dei costi (in Italian)."

July 24, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed on La Repubblica in an article entitled "Non farei il taglio della tassa sulla prima casa. Prioritario investire (in Italian)."

July 14, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, commented in a press release of the Italian Democratic Party entitled "Jobs Act: nostro impegno è aiutare il lavoratore nel momento del bisogno (in Italian)."

July 6, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, participated in a special edition of the Italian news broadcast TG1 focused on "Grecia ha vinto il no (in Italian)."

June 30, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed on CNBC in a segment entitled "Can creditor demands in Greece be carried out?."

May 13, 2015 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed by Bloomberg Business in an article entitled "Greek Default Doesn't Spell Grexit, Renzi Adviser Says."

September 22, 2014 
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Filippo Taddei, Fellow
Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed in La Repubblica in an article entitled "Meno contratti e più garanzie per i precari con 2 miliardi sussidi a tutti (in Italian)."