Alessia Campolmi

Foto,  February 10, 2016
Position
Associate Professor
Academic sector
SECS-P/01 - ECONOMICS
Research sector (ERC)
SH1_3 - Financial economics; monetary economics

SH1_2 - International trade; international business; international management

SH1_5 - Labour economics; human resource management

SH1_1 - Macroeconomics; development economics; economic growth

Office
Santa Marta,  Floor 1,  Room 1.06
Telephone
+39 045 802 8071
E-mail
alessia|campolmi*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
Personal web page
https://sites.google.com/site/alessiacampolmi/
Curriculum

Alessia Campolmi is Associate Professor at the Department of Economics of the University of Verona since 2015.

Previously, she was Senior Lecturer at the Adam Smith Business School of the University of Glasgow, Associate Professor at the Central European University, Assistant Professor at the Central European University and Senior Researcher at the Hungarian National Bank.

She has been Visiting Fellow and Fernand Braudel Fellow at the European University Institute of Florence.

She graduated in Economics at the University of Florence (2001) and received her PhD in Economics from Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, 2008).

Her research activity develops along two themes. On the one hand, the study of labor markets is in the context of both closed and open economy, with particular attention to the role played by monetary policy. On the other, the study of international trade policies.
 
Skills
Topic Description Research area
JEL E24 - Employment; Unemployment; Wages; Analysis of the main causes of fluctuations in labor market variables such as participation rates, unemployment and employment rates and wages. Investigation of the role of monetary and fiscal policies on labour market equilibrium. It also covers the convergence of aggregate labor productivity between countries or regions and labor productivity inequality. Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development
Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics E1-E6 - Macroeconomics: Consumption, Saving, Production, Employment, and Investment
JEL E52 - Monetary Policy Study of the impact of monetary policy on aggregate variables like GDP, infaltion rate, consumption, unemployment. To do se we use Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) Models. Research focuses both on implementable as well as optimal montary policy. Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development
Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics E1-E6 - Monetary Policy, Central Banking, and the Supply of Money and Credit
JEL F12 - Models of Trade with Imperfect Competition and Scale Economies Analysis and theory of international trade in the presence of heterogeneous multinational companies. Study of the impact of tariff policies on international trade, with related cost-benefit analysis and with particular attention to the design and revision of international exchange agreements and their economic effects. Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development
International Economics - Trade
JEL F13 - Trade Policy; International Trade Organizations Analysis of the incentives behind countries' unilataral choice of trade policies (e.g. import and export taxes) as well as the outcomes under retaliation. Given that the "trade wars" that follow the retaliations make all countries involved worst-off, those studies are then used to analyze how to design trade agreements to reach better outcomes for all countries involved. Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development
International Economics - Trade
JEL F41 - Open Economy Macroeconomics Use of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) Open Economy Models to analyse countries interactions. For example, those models are used to study if and how the transmission of fiscal and monetary policy changes from closed to open economy. Or if and how demand and supply shocks transmit from one country to another. Those studies can be conductd under several scenarios: small vs big country (as compared to the rest of the world), monetary union, fixed vs flexible exchange rates. Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development
International Economics - Macroeconomic Aspects