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Andrea Roventini is assistant professor at the University of Verona (Italy). He is an affiliated research fellow of the Laboratory of Economics and Management at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa (Italy) and of the OFCE (French Economic Observatory, Sciences Po) in Paris and Sophia-Antipolis (France).

He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy) and a Ph.D. in economics from the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies.

His major research areas include agent-based computational economics, business cycles, applied macroeconometrics, and the statistical properties of micro- and macro-economic dynamics. His papers have been published in Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Economics Dynamics and Control, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Computational economics, European Physical Journal B, and Cybernetics and Systems.

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Fiscal and Monetary Policies in Complex Evolving Economies

Paper Grantee paper | | Mar 2014

In this paper we explore the effects of alternative combinations of fiscal and monetary policies under different income distribution regimes.

Fat-Tail Distributions and Business-Cycle Models

Paper Grantee paper | | Sep 2012

Recent empirical findings suggest that macroeconomic variables are seldom normally distributed.

Income Distribution, Credit and Fiscal Policies in an Agent-Based Keynesian Model

Paper Grantee paper | | Aug 2012

This work studies the interactions between income distribution and monetary and fiscal policies in terms of ensuing dynamics of macro variables (GDP growth, unemployment, etc.) on the grounds of an agent-based Keynesian model.

Macroeconomic Policy in DSGE and Agent-Based Models

Paper Grantee paper | | Jun 2012

The Great Recession seems to be a natural experiment for macroeconomics showing the inadequacy of the predominant theoretical framework — the New Neoclassical Synthesis — grounded on the DSGE model.