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Professor Matteo Richiardi Professor and Director of CeMPA, University of Essex

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mr18401@essex.ac.uk
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01206 873568
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2N2.5B.13
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Curriculum vitae

I am a labour economist specialised in microsimulation and agent-based modelling techniques. My main areas of interests are inequality, worker insecurity, labour force participation, wage dynamics. I am in the Board of the International Microsimulation Association and I am teh Chief Editor of the International Journal of Microsimulation.


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    Publications

    Displaying all 15 publications

    1. Health Equity and Its Economic Determinants (HEED): protocol for a pan-European microsimulation model for health impacts of income and social security policies

      Srinivasa Vittal Katikireddi, Daniel Kopasker, Anna Pearce, et al.

      1. Psychology
      2. Economics
      3. Welfare Benefits
      4. Research
      5. Income Dynamics
      6. Household Economics
      7. Well Being
      8. Health
      9. Microsimulation
      10. Taxation
      11. Surveys
    2. Evaluation of the mental health impacts of Universal Credit: protocol for a mixed methods study

      Peter Craig, Benjamin Barr, Andrew J. Baxter, et al.

      1. Psychology
      2. Households
      3. Public Policy
      4. Welfare Benefits
      5. Well Being
      6. Health
      7. Microsimulation
      8. Covid 19
    3. A basic income for France: ideas for a debate

      Matteo Richiardi

      1. Economics
      2. Public Policy
      3. Welfare Benefits
      4. Microsimulation
      5. Taxation
    4. Developing an integrated microsimulation model for the impact of fiscal policies on child health in Europe: the example of childhood obesity in Italy

      Davide Rasella, Lorenzo Richiardi, Nicolai Brachowicz, et al.

      1. Young People
      2. Child Development
      3. Welfare Benefits
      4. Health
      5. Microsimulation
      6. Economic Policy
    5. UKMOD - a new tax-benefit model for the four nations of the UK

      Matteo Richiardi, Diego Collado, and Daria Popova

      1. Economics
      2. Welfare Benefits
      3. Microsimulation
      4. Taxation
      5. Covid 19
    6. The Covid-19 crisis response helps the poor: the distributional and budgetary consequences of the UK lock-down

      Patryk Bronka, Diego Collado, and Matteo Richiardi

      1. Labour Market
      2. Economics
      3. Poverty
      4. Public Policy
      5. Welfare Benefits
      6. Income Dynamics
      7. Household Economics
      8. Health
      9. Microsimulation
      10. Finance
      11. Covid 19
    7. The Covid-19 crisis response helps the poor: the distributional and budgetary consequences of the UK lockdown

      Patryk Bronka, Diego Collado, and Matteo Richiardi

      1. Labour Market
      2. Economics
      3. Poverty
      4. Public Policy
      5. Welfare Benefits
      6. Income Dynamics
      7. Household Economics
      8. Health
      9. Microsimulation
      10. Finance
      11. Covid 19
    8. What happened to the ‘Great American jobs machine’?

      Matteo Richiardi, Brian Nolan, and Lane Kenworthy

      1. Demography
      2. Labour Market
      3. Economics
    9. Measuring child socio-economic position in birth cohort research: the development of a novel standardized household income indicator

      Costanza Pizzi, Matteo Richiardi, Marie-Aline Charles, et al.

      1. Child Development
      2. Households
      3. Income Dynamics
      4. Health
      5. Surveys
      6. Social Stratification
    10. The drivers of income inequality in rich countries

      Brian Nolan, Matteo Richiardi, and Luis Valenzuela

      1. Science And Technology
      2. Economics
      3. Income Dynamics
      4. International Economic Relations
    11. The US labour force participation debacle: learning from the contrast with Britain

      Matteo Richiardi, Brian Nolan, and Lane Kenworthy

      1. Human Capital
      2. Demography
      3. Labour Market
      4. Economics
    12. Banks, firms, and jobs

      Fabio Berton, Sauro Mocetti, Andrea F. Presbitero, et al.

      1. Labour Market
      2. Organizations And Firms
      3. Economics
      4. Finance
    13. Female labour force projections using microsimulation for six EU countries

      Ross Richardson, Lia Pacelli, Ambra Poggi, et al.

      1. Labour Market
      2. Economics
      3. Microsimulation
    14. Editorial

      Matteo Richiardi

      1. Economics
      2. Microsimulation
    15. Agent-Based Models of the labor market

      Michael Neugart and Matteo Richiardi

      1. Econometrics
      2. Computing
      3. Mathematics
      4. Labour Market
      5. Economics

    Media

    Displaying all 7 media publications

    1. Partial basic income in France could empower young people

      1. Economics
      2. Public Policy
      3. Welfare Benefits
      4. Microsimulation
      5. Taxation
    2. Partial basic income in France could empower young people – new report

      1. Economics
      2. Public Policy
      3. Welfare Benefits
      4. Microsimulation
      5. Taxation
    3. Lockdown could result in nearly seven million job losses, University of Essex study warns

    4. 6.5m jobs could be lost in UK economy due to virus lockdown, warns study

    5. Eight things you need to know about coronavirus today: more than 6.5m jobs to be lost as a result of lockdown, study predicts

    6. Nearly seven million jobs at risk if lockdown lasts for months

    7. New analysis of the impact of lockdown on UK jobs


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