Bocconi University, FEEM and Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano, Milan
Carlo Altomonte is Associate Professor of Economics at Bocconi University and a Visiting Fellow at Bruegel. He received his BA in International Economics at Bocconi University in Milan, his M.Sc. in Economics at Université Catholique de Louvain and his Ph.D. in Applied Economics at the Catholic University of Leuven. He has held visiting programmes on Economics of European Integration, among others, at NYU, Korean Business School and Keio University (Tokyo). He has acted as consultant for a number of international institutions, including the United Nations (UNCTAD), the European Commission and the European Parliament. His main areas of research and publication are European economic policy, industrial economics and economic geography, theory of multinational corporations and foreign direct investment. He has published in several academic journals, including the International Journal of Industrial Organization, Journal of Economic Geography, Journal of International Business Studies, and Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics.
Articles by Carlo Altomonte:
Internationalisation, innovation, and productivity of firms
21 March 2014, 25206 reads
Triggering competitiveness: A 'decalogue' from new firm-level evidence
23 August 2012, 9138 reads
Global value chains are not all born identical: Evidence from France
4 January 2012, 10824 reads
Trading ain’t easy: How complex is it to trade goods?
19 November 2010, 10910 reads
Resilient to the crisis? Global supply chains and trade flows
27 November 2009, 14537 reads