Antonella Palumbo

Antonella Palumbo is associate professor of economics at Roma Tre University. She received her Ph.D. in economics from Sapienza University in Rome. She has published many articles in journals and chapters in books and co-authored the 3-volume Sraffa and the Reconstruction of Economic Theory (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013). She has been visiting professor at Korea University, Seoul; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City; and Azim Premji University and the University of Hyderabad in India.

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Slack in the Economy, Not Inflation, Should Be Bigger Worry

Article | May 19, 2021

Despite fear-mongering about the latest Consumer Price Index, unemployment remains elevated and stimulus is needed to prevent a collapse in demand

The Updated Okun Method for Estimation of Potential Output with Broad Measures of Labor Underutilization: An Empirical Analysis

Paper Working Paper Series | | May 2021

Despite fear-mongering about the latest Consumer Price Index, unemployment remains elevated and stimulus is needed to prevent a collapse in demand

Is it Really "Full Employment"? Margins for Expansion in the US Economy in the Middle of 2019

Article | Sep 6, 2019

Many indicators say the US is close to full employment: Hours of work tell a different story.

Why We Need New Measures of Potential Output—and What They Tell Us

Article | May 16, 2019

Everyone is waking up to the fact that estimates of what is possible in the economy are way off: this paper explains why

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Experts on Trial: Introduction

Article | Mar 3, 2017

Widespread criticism of elites and their ‘experts ’ raises questions about how economists should perceive their role, and what role societies should give them. We invited four scholars to start an online conversation by sharing their perspectives