Nicola Amendola

Monetary theory; poverty and inequality measurement

Nicola Amendola is an assistant professor at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata.” He received a degree in Statistics and a PhD in economics from the University of Rome “La sapienza.” He is research affiliate at CEIS, and he teaches at the University of Rome “Luiss Guido Carli.” He is also a consultant for the World Bank institute.

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On Historical Household Budgets

Paper Working Paper Series | | May 2016

The paper argues that household budgets are the best starting point for investigating a number of big questions related to the evolution of the living standards during the last two-three centuries.