RIZZOLLI Matteo

Docente Stabile Straordinario of “Politica ed economia delle istituzioni familiari” at the Pontificio Istituto Teologico Giovanni Paolo II per le Scienze sul Matrimonio e la Famiglia

Email: rizzolli@istitutogp2.it

http://www.matteorizzolli.name/

Detailed Curriculum vitae

 

Who am I. Professionally

I am Docente Stabile Straordinario of “Politica ed economia delle istituzioni familiari” at the Pontificio Istituto Teologico Giovanni Paolo II per le Scienze sul Matrimonio e la Famiglia.

I am associate professor of Economic Policy at LUMSA University in Rome. I coordinate the European Master of Law and Economics at LUMSA and I am the Secretary of the Italian Society of Law and Economics. I co-edit the International Review of Economics. Together with Nicoletta Rangone I teach of the Jean Monnet module in European Approaches to Better Regulation. My research Interests concern primarily law & economics, behavioural public policy and regulation, experimental economics, family economics, microeconomics, economic policy and public economics.

 

Currently

Since October 2019 I am Docente Stabile Straordinario of “Politica ed economia delle istituzioni familiari” at the Pontificio Istituto Teologico Giovanni Paolo II per le Scienze sul Matrimonio e la Famiglia

Since October 2014 I am Associate Professor of Economic Policy at LUMSA University

Since October 2018 I am the Italian coordinator of the European Master of Law and Economics at LUMSA

Since December 2015 I am the Secretary of the Italian Society of Law & Economics

Since December 2014 I am Associate Editor of the International Review of Economics

 

Other Academic titles and appointments

Since 2016 I am member of the academic board of the LUMSA Ph.D. program in Civil Economy

In 2014 I obtained the National Abilitation for Associate Professorship in Political Economy (13A1), Economic Policy (13A2) and Public Economics (13A3)

In April 2008 I received my Ph.D. in Law and Economics, University of Siena

In February 2005 I received my MSc. in Law and Economics, University of Siena

In July 2003I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Political Economy, University of Trento

In December 2002 I graduated with Master’s Degree in Economics, University of Maastricht

 

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