EDHEC Business School and CEPR
Giuseppe Bertola is Professor of Political Economy at the Università di Torino, having been a full-time professor at the European University Institute (1997-2003), and Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the International Finance Section at Princeton University. He is a Programme Director of CEPR's Labour Economics programme, and was previously joint Managing Editor of Economic Policy and Condirettore of Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia.
His research focuses on labour market and other institutions from an international comparative perspective, and particularly on their distributional impact and interaction with the European process of economic and monetary unification. His micro- and macroeconomic work also analyses exchange rates and money-market institutional arrangements and empirical phenomena, interactions between growth and distribution, households’ durable consumption and borrowing, and educational systems.
He has published in the Review of Economic Studies, American Economic Review, European Economic Review, and many other academic journals. He is the author of chapters in Handbook of Labor Economics and Handbook of Income Distribution (North-Holland), and co-author of advanced textbooks published by il Mulino, Oxford University Press, and Princeton University Press. He earned his PhD at MIT in 1988.
Articles by Giuseppe Bertola:
What determines the optimal mix of public and private insurance?
29 April 2011, 7385 reads
Does trade openness foster financial development?
20 May 2010, 9537 reads
Labour markets on the verge of a regulation crisis
26 May 2009, 12427 reads
Finance, redistribution, globalisation
3 December 2008, 13411 reads
Offshoring and immigrant employment: Signs of strength
2 May 2008, 30009 reads
EMU and inequality: the facts
11 October 2007, 30777 reads
Welfare States vs globalisation - or what?
4 October 2007, 30862 reads
Services market integration
27 June 2007, 12410 reads
The end of European integration?
16 May 2006, 29386 reads
Reichlin, Turner, Woodford