Paolo Giovanni Piacquadio
Microeconomic Theory, Welfare Economics, Public Economics, and Environmental Economics.
Higher education and employment history
2008-2013 PhD in Economics from CORE and IRES at Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium.
- "The Ethics of Intergenerational Risk." Journal of Economic Theory, accepted.
- "A Lipsetian Theory of Voluntary Power Handover" (with R. Boucekkine and F. Prieur). Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Forthcoming.
- "A Fairness Justification of Utilitarianism." Econometrica, 2017, 85: 1261-1276.
- "Equity and Efficiency in an Overlapping Generation Model." (with T. Isaac) Social Choice and Welfare, 2015, 549-565.
- "Intergenerational Egalitarianism." Journal of Economic Theory, 2014, 153: 117-127.
- “Announcements as an Equilibrium Selection Device” (with N. Acocella, G. Di Bartolomeo and A. Hughes-Hallett). Oxford Economic Papers, 2014. 66: 325-347.
- Conflict of interests, (Implicit) Coalitions and Nash Policy Games” (with N.Acocella and G. Di Bartolomeo), Economics Letters, 2009, 105: 303-305.
- “Conflicts and coordination among groups” (with N. Acocella, G. di Bartolomeo, and A. Hughes-Hallett) in The theory of economic policy in a strategic context, N. Acocella, G. di Bartolomeo, and A. Hughes-Hallett; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 2012.
- Announcements as a coordination mechanism” (with N. Acocella, G. di Bartolomeo, and A. Hughes-Hallett) in The theory of economic policy in a strategic context, N. Acocella, G. di Bartolomeo, and A. Hughes-Hallett; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 2012.
Working papers and work in progress
- Deprivation when Choices Matter
- Optimal Taxation and the Equal-Sacrifice Social Welfare Function (with K. Berg)
- A Lipsetian theory of institutional change: development, education, inequality, and resources (with R. Boucekkine and F. Prieur). CESifo working paper, December 2016.
- How equitable is the distribution of opportunities? Theory and empirics (with R. Aaberge)
- Intergenerational population ethics (with G. Asheim and S. Zuber)