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economics professor

Luca Nunziata, Italian economics professor. Achievements include forecasting model of United States Gross National Product. Recipient Bonaldo Stringher award, Bank of Italy, 1996; grantee, Economic and Social Research Council, 2003; Marie Curie Training and Mobility of Researchers fellow, European Commission, 1998, research fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor, 2003. Member of European Association Labour Economists.

Background

Nunziata, Luca was born on June 21, 1969 in Naples, Italy. Son of Claudio Nunziata and Annamaria Nuzzo.

Education

Laurea with honors in economics, University Bologna, Italy, 1995. Master of Philosophy in Economics, University Oxford, England, 1998. Doctor of Philisophy in Economics, University Oxford, England, 2002.

Master of Arts, University Oxford, England, 2003.

Career

Research officer Nuffield College, University Oxford, 2000—2002, research fellow, 2003—2005, London Business School, 2002—2003. Associate professor economics University Padua, Italy, since 2005. Lecturer labor economics University Oxford, 2002—2004, University Milan, 2002—2005.

Consultant International Labour Organization, 2006, Directorate General Employment, European Commission, 2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include forecasting model of United States Gross National Product.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of European Association Labour Economists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, painting, theater, movies, sculpting.

Connections

father:
Claudio Nunziata

mother:
Annamaria Nuzzo