Founding Director, Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis (RCEA), Via Patara, 3, 47900 Rimini (RN), Italy Rimini, Italy
Professor, Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics-Rimini,
University of Bologna, Rimini Campus, Via Angherà 22, 47900 Rimini (RN) – Italy.
Adjunct Professor, Department of Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University,
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 3C5
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- Non-Linearity in the Canadian and US Labour Markets: Univariate and multivariate evidence from a battery of tests, (with T. Panagiotidis), Macroeconomic Dynamics, Vol. 11, No. 5, November 2007.
- Aggregate Effects of Reallocation Shocks: A Generalized Impulse Response Function Analysis for Four European Countries, (with T. Panagiotidis and W. Polasek), Journal of Economic Integration, December 2003.
- Macroeconomic effects of sectoral shocks in U.S., U.K and Germany: a BVAR-GARCH-M approach (with W. Polasek), Computational Economics, February 2003.
- de Finetti, Friedman and the Methodology of Positive Economics, Journal of Econometrics, vol.75, no.1, November 1996.
- Cyclical Unemployment and Sectoral Shifts: Further Tests of the Lilien Hypothesis for the U.K. (with T.C. Mills and A. Zervoyanni), Economics Letters, Vol.52, no.1, July 1996.
- Unemployment Fluctuations in the U.S.: Further Tests of the Sectoral-Shifts Hypothesis (with T.C. Mills and A. Zervoyanni), Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. LXXVII, no.2, May 1995.
- de Finetti’s Probabilistic Approach and the Theory of Expectations in Economics (with M. DeFelice), in R. Viertl (ed.), Probability and Bayesian Statistics, Plenum, New York and London, 1987.
- A Note on Friedman and the Neo-Bayesian Approach, The Manchester School, December 1987.