Emanuele Leopoldo Alberto Bracco

milano,  April 3, 2018
Position
Associate Professor
Academic sector
SECS-P/01 - ECONOMICS
Research sector (ERC)
SH1_13 - Public economics; political economics; law and economics

Office
Santa Marta,  Floor 1,  Room 1.04
Telephone
045 802 8293
E-mail
emanuele|bracco*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
Curriculum

Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Verona since 2018. He was previously Senior Lecturer at Lancaster University. He was awarded a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick, and an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics. His research is mainly in Political Economy, and in particular on fiscal federalism, immigration and social capital.

Modules

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Skills
Topic Description Research area
JEL D72 - Political Processes: Rent-Seeking, Lobbying, Elections, Legislatures, and Voting Behavior Analysis of economic models of electoral systems. Comparative analysis of political and institutional systems. Economic models for the analysis of political accountability, lobbying strategies and electoral campaigns. Welfare and Collective Choice
Analysis of Collective Decision-Making
JEL H26 - Tax Evasion Covers the economic analysis of the determinants and effects of tax evasion. Also include the Study and measurement of the shadow economy and tax evasion. Interdisciplinary analysis of economic and non-economic factors that influence tax compliance choices. Public Policies Analysis
Taxation, Subsidies, and Revenue
JEL H77 - Intergovernmental Relations; Federalism; Secession The study focuses on taxation and expenditure choices by local governments, local government funding decisions by central governments, and the assignment of tasks and fiscal powers to each tier of government. The theoretical analysis is mostly based on mathematical models, and agency models in particular, while the empirical analysis relies on microeconometrics techniques and the use of panel data. Public Policies Analysis
State and Local Government ; Intergovernmental Relations