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Domenico Rossignoli

Domenico Rossignoli
Vita e Pensiero

Domenico Rossignoli is graduated in Political Science and International Relations at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, where he also achieved the post-graduate degree (Laurea Specialistica) in International Relations and European Integration, being awarded the Agostino Gemelli Prize "Laureate of the Year". He has got an MSc in Political Science and Political Economy at the London School of Economics in London (UK) and a PhD in Institutions and Politics (Economics field) at UCSC in Milan, carrying out an empirical research on the indirect effect of democracy on long-run economic growth, by the channel of institutions. He is currently Post-Doctoral Research Scholar at the International Economics, Institutions and Development Department at UCSC. He also collaborated with public and private research institutes.


Author's titles

Taking Care of Work for a New Economy: The Experience of The Economy of Francesco digital
Year: 2021
This paper presents a summary of the experience of the “Work and Care” thematic village of The Economy of Francesco, which reflected on a wide range of topics related to the future of work, both as a means for sustainment and as personal and professional fulfilment, in close relationship with care for others and creation...
Growing up in Africa: Age and Pro-Social Attitudes in Primary Schoolchildren in Goma (DRC) digital
Year: 2017
While an extensive literature based on analysis conducted in developed countries shows that primary school children develop prosocial attitudes as they grow older, with school acting as the main driver of the socialisation process, there is little evidence of what may happen in very different socio-cultural and economic context...
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Too Many and Too Much? Special-Interest Groups and Inequality at the Turn of the Century digital
Year: 2015
An increasing number of scholars argue that income inequality is related to institutional and cultural factors, as well as economic ones. I rely on Mancur Olson (1965)’s theories on the effect of group activities on economic performance to explore the possible link between the number of special-interest groups (SIGs) and the level of income inequality in a country, including SIGs among the long-run determinants of income inequality...
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