European Commission and CEPR
Alessandro Turrini is an economist and a head of unit at the European Commission, DG Economic and Financial Affairs. He is also an IZA affiliate and a lecturer at the Free University of Brussels. Previously, he was an assistant professor at the University of Bergamo and lecturer at Bocconi University. He obtained his PhD in economics from the University of Louvain and was a visiting post-graduate student at LSE. His research interests are in the areas of trade theory and policy, applied fiscal policy, labour economics.
Articles by Alessandro Turrini:
Policy-related uncertainty: At the root of the lost resilience of Eurozone labour markets?
2 March 2013, 7224 reads
Slow but steady? External adjustment within the Eurozone starts working
12 November 2012, 14670 reads
Fiscal consolidation in reformed vs. unreformed labour markets
25 April 2012, 8805 reads
Labour-market reforms: Lessons from Portugal
10 August 2011, 10326 reads
Adjustment in the Eurozone: Can reforms help?
20 November 2010, 7493 reads
Boom and bust in the Baltics
21 July 2010, 8999 reads
How to reform and still win elections
17 June 2008, 8968 reads
Holmes, McGrattan, Prescott
Beck, De Haas, Ongena