University of Nottingham
Arcangelo Dimico is a Lecturer in Economics at the Queen’s University of Belfast. His research focuses on development economics, political economy, and the economics of conflict. Arcangelo has written on historical sources of divergences in income across countries, slavery, institutions and economic growth, and the evolution of conflicts. Nowadays he is primarily focusing on the disenfranchisement of blacks in the US, and origins of organized crime.
Articles by Arcangelo Dimico:
Bitter origins of the Sicilian Mafia
13 May 2012, 27970 reads
The historical roots of inequality: Evidence from slavery in the US
14 November 2010, 33873 reads