Marcello Signorelli is Associate Professor of Economic Policy (with "Abilitazione" as Full Professor of Economic Policy).
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Marcello Signorelli is Associate Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Perugia (Italy). In December 2013 he obtained the "Abilitazione" as Full Professor of Economic Policy. He is currently member of the Academic Senate of the University of Perugia.
He graduated in Economics at the University of Siena (Laurea summa cum laude in 1989) before post-graduate studies and researches at Columbia University in the City of New York (research fellow in Economics with research grant, 1990-91), University of Bologna (residential econometric school for Ph.D. students, 1992), University of Siena (bi-annual diploma in Economic and Banking Sciences obtained in 1992 and Ph.D. in Economics and Agricultural Policy obtained in 1995), University of Tokyo (visiting researcher in 1997), University of Florence and University of Warwick (European Master in Labour Sciences obtained in 1997), Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo (Hitotsubashi International Fellow in 2011), University College London (Erasmus teaching mobility in 2012). He is currently teaching "Economic and Financial Policy", "Economic Policy" and "Labour Institutions and Policies". He has been President (2010-12) of the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES).
He has edited and authored several books and he has published papers in European Journal of Comparative Economics, Economic Systems, Labour, Economic Change and Restructuring, Banks and Bank Systems, China-USA Business Review, European Journal of Higher Education, Japanese Journal of Comparative Economics, Post-Communist Economies, International Journal of Manpower, Eastern European Economics, Review of Economic Conditions in Italy, Economy of Region, European Journal of Development Research (2013 Best Paper Award), Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, Comparative Economic Studies, The Journal of Comparative Economic Studies and other Journals. He is also reviewer of several international Journals and Publishers. Among the recent publications, “Economic Growth and Structural Features of Transition” is a book (edited with E. Marelli) published by Palgrave-Macmillan in 2010. [For more information see the CV and Publications files below reported]

CV ed elenco delle pubblicazioni principali (in italiano)

CV (short English version) and selected publications list