Domain: Economics

Position Full Professor

Simone Moriconi is an economist specialized in public, labor, and international economics, and the author of numerous publications in these fields. His recent work has focused on the way migration influences culture, family and labor supply decisions, and electoral outcomes in the host countries. He has a Ph.D. in Economics, he is also affiliate of CESifo Munich, Principal Investigator of the MALYNES project, and Director of the IÉSEG Research Center on Family Labor and Migration Economics (IFLAME).

Research interests and expertise

culturefamily and workmigration

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