Personale docente

Lorenzo Rocco

Professore ordinario


Indirizzo: VIA DEL SANTO, 33 - PADOVA . . .

Telefono: 0498274260


  • presso Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Aziendali - via del Santo, 22, ufficio 6
    Si consiglia di prendere sempre appuntamento via mail. In particolare la sede del ricevimento potrebbe cambiare.

1) Ph.D. in economics and econometrics at University of Toulouse I (France) - 2005
2) Ph.D. in economics at University of Milan (Italy) - 2002
3) Master in economics and econometrics at University of Toulouse I (France) – 2001
4) Master in economics at CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium) - 2000
5) Laurea (B.A.) in Economics and Business at University of Udine (Italy) - 1998

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2022 “European Immigrant Health Policies, Immigrants’ Health, and Immigrants’ Access to Healthcare”, with P. Dourgnon and N. Pourat, Health Policy, forthcoming
2022 “Education and COVID-19 excess mortality”, with P. Bello, Economics and Human Biology, 47:101194
2022 “Studying more to vote less. Education and voter turnout in Italy.", with E. Harka, European Journal of Political Economy, 72: 102115
2021 “The Pathways to College”, with L. Agarwal and G. Brunello, Journal of Human Capital, 15(4): 554-595
2021 “Effect of Immigration on Depression among Older Natives in Western Europe”, with J.J. Escarce, Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 20:100341
2021 "Mortality, morbidity and economic growth", with Elena Fumagalli, Andrew Mirelman and Marc Suhrcke, Plos One, 16 (5):e0251424
2021 "Where do I stand? Assessing researchers’ beliefs about their productivity", with Marco Bertoni, Giorgio Brunello and Daniele Checchi, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 185:61-80
2021 “Some unpleasant consequences of testing at length”, with Giorgio Brunello and Angela Crema, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 83(4):1002-1023
2020 “Does low-skilled immigration increase profits? Evidence from Italian local labour markets”, with Giorgio Brunello and Elisabetta Lodigiani, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 85:103582
2020 “Does Low Skilled Immigration Increase the Education of Natives? Evidence from Italian Provinces”, with Giorgio Brunello and Elisabetta Lodigiani, Labour Economics, 63:101794
2019 “Grandparents in the blues. The effect of childcare on grandparents' Depression”, with Giorgio Brunello, Review of The Economics of the Household, 17:587–613
2018 "The effect of job loss on pharmaceutical prescriptions", with Angela Crema, Lorenzo Simonato and Laura Cestari, Social Science and Medicine, 217:73-83
2018 “Procedures vs. Incentives: The Case of the University Promotion System in Italy", with E. Rettore and C. Dal Maso, Education Economics, 26(3):213-232
2018 "The Protestant Ethic and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Religious Minorities in the Former Holy Roman Empire", with Luca Nunziata, European Journal of Political Economy, 51:27-43
2017 “The effects of vocational education on adult skills, employment and wages: What can we learn from PIAAC?”, with G.Brunello, SERIEs, 8:315-343
2017 "The contribution of urbanization to non-communicable diseases: evidence from 173 countries from 1980 to 2008", with Yevgeniy Goryakin and Marc Suhrcke, Economics and Human Biology, 26:151-163
2017 "Community Repeated Interaction and Strategic Delegation", with Ottorino Chillemi and Benedetto Gui, International Journal of Game Theory, 46:737–760
2016 "A Tale of Minorities: Evidence on Religious Ethics and Entrepreneurship", with Luca Nunziata, Journal of Economic Growth, 21(2):189-224
2015 "Fruit and vegetable consumption in the former Soviet Union: the role of individual and community-level factors", with Y. Goryakin, M. Suhrcke, B. Roberts and M. McKee, Public Health Nutrition. 18(15):2825-1835.
2015 "Selection and the Age Productivity Profile: Evidence from Chess", with M. Bertoni and G. Brunello, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, 110:45-58
2014 "Trust me, you will be in better health", Health Policy, 116(1):123-132
2014 "From Social Capital to Health - and Back", with E. Fumagalli and M. Suhrcke, Health Economics, 23(5):586–605

1) Economics of Education
2) Health Economics

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