Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore



Lucifora, C., Meurs, D. & Villar, E. (2021). The “Mommy Track" in the Workplace. Evidence from a Large French Firm, Labour Economics, 72, 102035

Lucifora, C. & Vigani, D. (2021). Losing Control? Unions' Representativeness, Pirate Collective Agreements and Wages, Industrial Relations, 60(2), 188-218.


Bertoni, M., Brunello, G., & Cappellari, L. (2020).  Who Benefits from Privileged Peers? Evidence from Siblings in Schools, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 1-24.

Albanese, A., Cappellari, L., & Leonardi, M. (2020). The Effects of Youth Labor Market Reforms: Evidence from Italian Apprenticeships, Oxford Economic Papers.

Agnoletto, M., Cappellari, L., & Gamba, A. (2020). Sorting, Social Comparison And Women's Job Satisfaction. Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali165(1), 51-66.

Ballatore, R. M., Paccagnella, M., & Tonello, M. (2020). Bullied Because Younger Than My Mates? The Effect of Age Rank on Victimisation at School. Labour Economics62, 101772.

Benfratello, L., Sorrenti, G., & Turati, G. (2020). Tracking in the Tracks in the Italian Public Schooling: Inequality Patterns in an Urban Context. Economia Pubblica, Franco Angeli.

Bingley, P., Cappellari, L., & Tatsiramos, K. (2020). Family, Community and Long-Term Socioeconomic Inequality: Evidence from Siblings and Youth Peers. The Economic Journal.

Bordignon, M., Coretti, S., Piacenza, M., & Turati, G. (2020). Hardening Subnational Budget Constraints Via Administrative Subordination: The Italian Experience of Recovery Plans in Regional Health Services. Health Economics29(11), 1378-1399.

Bordignon, M., Gamalerio, M., & Turati, G. (2020). Manager or Professional Politician? Local Fiscal Autonomy and the Skills of Elected Officials. Regional Science and Urban Economics83, 103529.

Bosio, G., & Origo, F. (2020). Who Gains from Active Learning in Higher Education?. Education Economics, 1-21.

Brilli Y., Lucifora, C., Russo A. & Tonello M. (2020). Vaccination Take-Up and Health: Evidence from a Flu Vaccination Program for the Elderly. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 179, 323-341.

Brilli Y., Lucifora, C., Russo A. & Tonello M. (2020). Influenza vaccination behavior and media reporting of adverse events. Health Policy, 124 (12), 1403-1411.

Brilli, Y., & Restrepo, B. J. (2020). Birth Weight, Neonatal Care, and Infant Mortality: Evidence from Macrosomic Babies. Economics & Human Biology37, 100825.

Checchi, D., Fenizia, A., & Lucifora, C. (2020). Working in the public sector. Evidence from Europe and the US. fRDB Annual Report.

Cingano, F., & Tonello, M. (2020). Law Enforcement, Social Control and Organized Crime: Evidence from Local Government Dismissals in Italy. Italian Economic Journal, 1-34.

Comi, S., Grasseni, M., Origo, F., & Pagani, L. (2020). Where Women Make a Difference: Gender Quotas and Firms’ Performance in Three European Countries. ILR Review73(3), 768-793.

Comi, S., & Grasseni, M. (2020). Employer Learning During Apprenticeship. Applied Economics Letters, 1-4.

Fernández-Iturrate, I., Aassve, A., & Cottini, E. (2020). Working Conditions and Union Dissolution for Cohabiting and Married Couples in the United Kingdom. Community, Work & Family, 1-23.

Lucifora, C. & Sturaro, C. (2020). The ‘Big 5’ Personality Traits and Union Membership: An Empirical Analysis. Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, n. 1, 31-49.

Lucifora, C. & Tonello, M. (2020). Monitoring and Sanctioning Cheating at School: What Works? Evidence from a National Evaluation Program. Human Capital, forthcoming.



Bingley, P., & Cappellari, L. (2019). Correlation of Brothers' Earnings and Intergenerational Transmission. Review of Economics and Statistics101(2), 370-383.

Comi, S., & Resmini, L. (2019). Are Export Promotion Programs Effective in Promoting the Internalization of SMEs?. Economia Politica, 1-35.

Comi, S., Resmini, L., & Vittucci Marzetti, G. (2019). The Impact of Regional Export Promotion Policies in Italy. The Case of Lombardy. Scienze Regionali18(2), 215-236.

Cottini, E., & Ghinetti, P. (2019). Health Effects of Risky Lifestyles and Adverse Working Conditions: Are Older Individuals More Penalized?. British Journal of Industrial Relations.

Devicienti, F., Fanfani, B., & Maida, A. (2019). Collective Bargaining and the Evolution of Wage Inequality in Italy. British Journal of Industrial Relations57(2), 377-407.

Di Novi, C., Piacenza, M., Robone, S., & Turati, G. (2019). Does Fiscal Decentralization Affect Regional Disparities in Health? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Italy. Regional Science and Urban Economics78, 103465.

Loi, D., Lodovici, M. S., & Pietrobelli, M. (2019). L’azione dei movimenti delle donne e delle istituzioni internazionali nelle politiche di contrasto alla violenza di genere in Europa. Sicurezza e Scienze Sociali VII(3), 49-64.

Pagani, L., Comi, S., & Origo, F. (2019). The Effect of School Rank on Personality Traits. Journal of Human Resources, 1218-9916R2.

Russo, M., Lucifora, C., Pucciarelli, F., & Piccoli, B. (2019). Work Hazards and Workers' Mental Health: An Investigation Based on the Fifth European Working Conditions Survey. La Medicina del lavoro110(2), 115-129.



Attanasi, G., Georgantzís, N., Rotondi, V., & Vigani, D. (2018). Lottery-and Survey-Based Risk Attitudes Linked Through a Multichoice Elicitation Task. Theory and Decision84(3), 341-372.

Barbetta, G. P., Pellegrino, S., & Turati, G. (2018). What Explains the Redistribution Achieved by the Italian Personal Income Tax? Evidence from Administrative Data. Public Finance Review46(1), 7-28.

Brilli, Y., & Tonello, M. (2018). Does Increasing Compulsory Education Decrease or Displace Adolescent Crime? New Evidence from Administrative and Victimization Data. CESifo Economic Studies64(1), 15-49.

Cappellari, L., & Di Paolo, A. (2018). Bilingual Schooling and Earnings: Evidence from a Language-in-Education Reform. Economics of Education Review64, 90-101.

Cappellari, L., Lucifora, C. & Rosina, A. (2018) Invecchiamento attivo, mercato del lavoro e benessere. Il Mulino, Studi e Ricerche, pp. 264.

Cottini, E., & Ghinetti, P. (2018). Employment Insecurity and Employees' Health in Denmark. Health Economics27(2), 426-439.

Fiorentini, G., Robone, S., & Verzulli, R. (2018). How do Hospital‐Specialty Characteristics Influence Health System Responsiveness? An Empirical Evaluation of In‐Patient Care in the Italian Region of Emilia‐Romagna. Health Economics27(2), 266-281.

Grasseni, M., & Origo, F. (2018). Competing for Happiness: Attitudes to Competition, Positional Concerns and Wellbeing. Journal of Happiness Studies19(7), 1981-2008.

Gui, M., Parma, A., & Comi, S. (2018). Does Public Investment in ICTs Improve Learning Performance? Evidence from Italy. Policy & Internet10(2), 141-163.

Jones, A. M., Rice, N., & Robone, S. (2018). Anchoring Vignettes and Cross-Country Comparability: An Empirical Assessment of Self-Reported Mobility. Health Econometrics (294), Emerald Publishing Limited, 145-174.

Lucifora, C., & Vigani, D. (2018). Health Care Utilization at Retirement: The Role of the Opportunity Cost of Time. Health economics27(12), 2030-2050.

Vasiakina, M., & Robone, S. (2018). Education-Job Mismatch as a Determinant of Health: Evidence from the Russian Federation. RIEDS-Rivista Italiana di Economia, Demografia e Statistica-Italian Review of Economics, Demography and Statistics72(4), 101-111.