Daniele Girardi

Assistant Professor
307 Crotty Hall
577-0808

CV: 

Education: 

Ph.D. University of Siena, Economics, 2016
M.A. University of Siena, Environmental and Development Economics, 2011
B.A. University of Rome "La Sapienza", International Cooperation and Development Economics, 2009

Professional Experience: 

Research economist, CRESME Ricerche, 2010-2014

Research Interests: 

Macroeconomics
Political Economy

Teaching: 

Intermediate Macroeconomics (Econ 204)
Intermediate Microeconomics (Econ 203)
Macroeconomic Theory (Econ 705)

Grants: 

Co-Principal Investigator, "The role of autonomous demand in determining output and employment and in affecting income distribution in the medium to long run", Institute for New Economic Thinking, 2016/2017 (duration: 1 year; budget: 30,000 Euro; PI: Antonella Stirati, Roma 3 University).

Selected Publications: 

"Partisan shocks and financial markets: Evidence from close national elections", American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, forthcoming

"Reverse hysteresis? Persistent effects of autonomous demand expansions", (with A.Stirati and W.Paternesi Meloni), Cambridge Journal of Economics, forthcoming

"Autonomous demand and the investment share", (with R.Pariboni), Review of Keynesian Economics, forthcoming

"Normal utilization as the adjusting variable in Neo-Kaleckian growth models: A critique" (with R.Pariboni), Metroeconomica, 2019

"Institution shocks and economic outcomes: Allende's election, Pinochet's coup and the Santiago stock market" (with S.Bowles), Journal of Development Economics, 2018

"Long-run effective demand in the US economy" (with R.Pariboni), Review of Political Economy, 2016

"Financialization of food. Modelling the time-varying relation between agricultural prices and stock-market dynamics", International Review of Applied Economics, 2015

"Do financial investors affect the price of wheat?", PSL Quarterly Review, 2012