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Emanuela Randon

Assistant professor

Department of Economics

Academic discipline: SECS-P/03 Public Economics

Curriculum vitae

ADDRESS

Department of Economics, University of Bologna

Piazza Scaravilli 2 ,office 216- 40125 Bologna

Phone: 0039.051.2098020; Fax: 0039.051. 2098040

Email: emanuela.randon@unibo.it

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1 November 2006 : Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Bologna

1 July 2005– 31 October 2006 : Post-doc, Department of Economics, University of Bologna  

July 2001 – 30 June 2005 : Research Associate, Department of Economics, University of Milan-Bicocca

September 1999 – September 2001 : Teaching Fellow at University of York, Department of Economics and Related Studies

 

EDUCATION

August 2004 : PhD in Economics, University of York, UK  

February 2002 : Doctorate in Economics, Milan  (Bocconi-Cattolica-Statale)

June 1997 : Master in Economics (MEc), Bocconi University, Milan 

June 1996: Laurea in Economics, 110 cum laude, University of Milan-Cattolica


VISITING STAYS

 2011 (24/6-8/7 e 30/10-20/11):  Visiting Scholar, University of San Diego (UCSD), Department of Economics.

August 2012 : Visiting Scholar, University of California San Diego (UCSD), Department of Economics.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Taxation
  • Inequality
  • Consumption externalities
  • Social interactions
  • Technological spillover and market evolution

 

Maternity leave

March 2013 - May 2014

 

Recent publications and working papers

 

1) A Top dog tale with preference Complementarities (2017), (with P. Simmons), Journal of Economics, 120 (1), 47-63.

 

2) Are Consumers more Willing to Invest in Luck during Recessions (2017), (with S. Capacci and A. Scorcu), Italian Economic Journal, 3 (1), 25-38.

 

3) Patterns of Gambling activities and Gambling Problems among Italian High School Students: Results from a Latent Class Analysis, (2018) (with N. De Luigi, D. Gibertoni and A. Scorcu), Journal of Gambling Studies, 34(2), 339-59 (IF 2.750).

 

4) Optimal Commodity Taxation and Income Distribution, (2015) (con C. Benassi), Working Paper - University of Bologna, WP 1001.

 

5) Luck vs Skill in Gambling over the Recession. Evidence from Italy, (2014), (with S. Capacci e A. Scorcu), Working Paper - University of Bologna, WP 918.

 

6) Strategic Accessibility Competition (2012), (with L. Zirulia and E. Bacchiega), Research in Economics, 66, 195-212 .

 

7)  Base Consumption Levels and Fixed Costs, (2010), (with P. Simmons), Economics Letters,  108 (2), 222-224.

 

8) Strategic Consumption Complementarities: Can Price Flexibility Eliminate Inefficiencies and Instability ?, (2010), (with P. Simmons), Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12 (2), 2010, 249-279.

 

9) Correcting Market Failure due to Interdependent Preferences: When is Piecemeal Policy Possible ?, (2007), (with P. Simmons), Journal of Public Economic Theory ,  9(5), 831-866.

 

10) Dynamics of the Non Linear Learning Curve with Spillovers in a Differentiated Oligopoly: Effects on Industry Structure , (2007), (with A. Naimzada), Journal of Evolutionary Economics , 17(1), 95-106.

 

11) Technology Sharing Cartels and Industrial Structure under a Rule of Thumb , (2007), (with A. Naimzada), International Review of Economics, 54 (3), 295-317.

 

12) Dynamics of relational goods , (2008), (with L. Bruni and A. Naimzada), International Review of Economics, 55 ( 1-2), 113-125.

 

13) The positive analysis of consumption externalities , (2011), Economia Politica, 28(2), 229-251.

 

14) Are strong bandwagon effects really unstable?, (2012), In: Economics at Work. Essay on Knowledge, Information and Social Interactions, 2-29. Monte Università di Parma (ISBN: 978-887847-420-8).

 

15) A Top dog tale with preference rigidities (2012), (with P. Simmons), WP 839, University of Bologna.

 

16)  Measuring Consumption externalities (2012), WP 840, University of Bologna.

 

17)  Efficient allocations, equilibria and stability in Scarf's economy, Working Paper 2008/14, Department of Economics and Related Studies , The University of York, 4 July 2008 – PET 2009 - Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory, 18-20 June 2009 (Galway- Ireland).

 

18)  Multiple equilibria with externalities , Working Paper 2004/09, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York, 2004.

 

19)  Comparative statics and consumption externalities ,  Working Paper 2003/06, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York, 2003.

 

20)  Non cooperative solutions with consumption externalities , PhD Dissertation, Department of Economics and Related Studies, The University of York,  2004.

 

In Italian

 

21)    “ L'imposta sul valore aggiunto: regime ordinario e regime del margine a confronto. Il caso del mercato dell'arte” , (2012), (with G. Candela e A. Scorcu), Politica Economica, 2, 241-264.

 

22)  “Quadri e sculture non sono “beni usati” - Le proposte per un diverso, e incentivante, regime fiscale nel mercato dell'arte -   (2012), (with G. Candela e A. Scorcu) , Il Giornale dell'arte , 326, 13, 19.

 

23)  “ Il bene relazionale: un modello dinamico” ,“Teoria economica e relazioni interpersonali”, (2006), (with L. Bruni and A. Naimzada), Il Mulino, Bologna, 219-235.

 

24)  Economia dello Sport, (voce), Enciclopedia di Economia, Le Garzantine, Garzanti Libri, 1281-1283 (2011).  

 

25)  L'analisi costi e benefici applicata all'emergenza rifiuti in Campania, (2008), (with S. Scicchitano), Sistema Economico, 3, 35-52.  

 

26) Benefit-Cost Analysis, Harry Campbell and Richard Brown, Cambridge University press, Cambridge, 2003, (2008), Recensione libro, Sistema Economico, 2, 59-60.

Work in progress

1)  Luxuries, Necessities and the Progressivity of Indirect Taxation, (with M. Baldini and C. Benassi), presented at RCEF2018, submitted.   

2) Can Income Taxation Influence the Incidence of Commodity taxation? (with C. Benassi) 

3)      “Women and Children first”: out of equilibrium dynamics with an exogenous ranking scheme

4)      Stackelberg Dynamics, (with A. Naimzada)

5)      Is too much relational good a bad?,( with L. Bruni) – presented at “Happiness and relational goods” – Venice 11-13 June 2009

  

AWARD, SCHOLARSHIPS, Funding

FFARB 2017

December 2002: CNR Award for the research in the field of Consumption Externalities

April 2001: CNR Scholarship (bando 203.10.4l, 23/06/00)  

1998 - 2000 : MURST Scholarship for the Doctorate in Economics.

June 1997: Scholarship, Milan, Catholic University.  

September 1996: Scholarship from Fondazione Invernizzi for Master in Economics (MEc), Bocconi University.


TALKS

  • ASSET 2018 - University of Florence, 8-10 November (scheduled)
  • SIE 2018 - University of Bologna, 25-27 October (scheduled)
  • SIEP 2018 - University of Padova, 20-21 September (scheduled)
  • XII GRASS - University of Chieti-Pescara (scheduled)
  • RCEF 2018 - Rimini, 14-15 June 2018
  • AIES 2016 - Italian Society of Health Economics, Bologna, 4-5 November 2016
  • PET 2015 - Association for Public Economic Theory, Lussemburgo 2-4 July 2015
  • LAGV 2015 - XIVth Journees Louis-Andre Gerart-Varet Conference, Aix-en-Provence
  • XXVII SIEP 2015 - Ferrara 24-25 September 2015
  • Invited Seminar, University of Salerno, Department of Economics, 12 December 2012.
  • Talk at University of California San Diego (UCSD), Department of Economics, 8 July 2011
  • Xth Journées Louis-André Gérart-Varet Conference, 20-22 June 2011
  • GEday- General equilibrium workshop organised by Y. Balasko, Invited presentation- 14-15 May 2011, York
  • University of Bologna-Lunch Seminar-February 2011
  • EEA 2010 - European Economic Association Conference- Glasgow 23-26 August
  • GEDay- General-Equilibrium Workshop organised by Y. Balasko - Invited Presentation- 4 November 2009 (York-UK).
  • ASSET 2009 –30-31 October 2009– (Istanbul-Turkey)
  • SIEP 2009 –Italian Association of Public Economics- 24-25 September 2009-(Pavia)
  • PET 2009 – Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory, 18-20 June 2009 (Galway- Ireland) - Chair of the section of General Equilibrium
  • “Happiness and Relational goods”- 11-13 June 2009- Venice (Isola San Servolo)
  •  ATE 2009- Lisbon 23-24 April 2009
  • SOEGW2 – Small Open Economies in a Globalised World, Waterloo, Canada -12-15 June
  • PET 2007 – Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory, 6-8 July 2007 (Nashville-Tennessee)
  • “Policies for Happiness”, 15-17 June 2007 (Siena -Certosa di Pontignano)
  • “Reciprocity: Theories and Facts”, 22-24 February 2007 (Verbania) 
  • SCW 2006 – Social Choice and Welfare Conference, 13-17 July 2006 (Istanbul-Turkey)
  • Lunch talk, University of Bologna, 22 February 2006
  • “Capability and Happiness”, 16-18 June 2005 (Milan)
  • Seminar, University of Padova , 21 February 2005
  • Seminar, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, 12 October 2004 
  • VI Meeting in Game Theory and Practice, 12-14 July 2004 (Alicante-Spain)
  • GTS 2004 – Second World Conference in Game Theory, 5-9 July 2004 (Marseille-France)
  • Second PhD Conference in Economics, 23-25 September 2004 (Pavia-Italy)
  • Lunch Talk, University of Milan-Bicocca, 11 June 2003
  • Lunch Talk, University of Milan-Bicocca, 6 February 2002
  • Seminar, University of York, 30 January 2002
  • RES 2001 -Royal Economic Society Conference, 10 April 2001 (Durham-UK)
  • Workshop, University of York, 14 June 1999

 

TEACHING

from 2016

Taxation policies and environmental issues (ITALI)

Theory of taxation (AEGI)


2014/2015

Economics of public sector

Theory of Taxation (AEGI)


2013/2014
Maternity leave

2012/2013

Department of Economics, University of Bologna

i)                    Public Economics (CLEA)

Department of Economics, University of Bologna (Rimini Campus)

ii)                   The Economics of Regulation

iii)                 Taxation 


2010/2012

Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics, Rimini.

i)                    Public Economics

ii)                   Taxation


2009/2010

Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics, Rimini.

iii)                 Public Economics

iv)                 Taxation

v)                  Regulation and Public services- European Master in Consumer Affairs.

 

2008/2009

Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics, Rimini.

i)                    Political Economy,

ii)                   Taxation

 

2007/2008

Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics, Rimini.

i) Public Economics,

ii) Cost-Benefit Analysis.

 

2006/2007

Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Economics, Rimini.

i)                    Public Economics,

ii)                   Cost-Benefit Analysis.

Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Social Sciences, Forlì:

i)                    Istituzioni di Economia.

 

2005/2006

Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Faculty of Social Sciences, Forlì:

i)                    Public Economics.

Department of Economics, University of Brescia, tutor of Microeconomics (Professor Miniaci)

 

2000/2004

Department of Economics, University of Milan-Bicocca, tutor of Microeconomics (Professor Stanca and Marzi)

 

2001

Seminars in Game Theory, Master in Public Economics (Mep), Catholic University, Milan

 

1999-2001

University of York , Tutor of Maths and Microeconomics, Professors Bone, Hey, Lambert.

 

Other info

October 1995 : Diploma di Pianoforte, Conservatorio Nicolini, Piacenza.