Masella, Paolo

Position: Associate Professor

PhD: London School of Economics (2007)

Short Bio
Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Bologna. Phd in Economics at LSE in December 2007. Prior to joining the University of Bologna he was Reader at the University of Sussex and Research Fellow at EUI and University of Mannheim. His main areas of research are Economics and Culture, Political Economy and Labour Economics.

Selected Publications:

  • The Long Lasting Effects of Socialist Education (joint with N. Fuchs-Schündeln), Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 98, No. 3: 428–441, July 2016
  • Citizenship, Fertility and Parental Investment (joint with Ciro Avitabile and Irma Clots), American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 6 (4), 35-65, October 2014
  • Incentives and Group Identity (joint with S. Meier and P.Zahn), Games and Economic Behavior, 86, 12-25, July 2014
  • Education, Language and Identity (joint with Irma Clots), Economic Journal, 123, F332-F357, August 2013
  • The Effect of Birthright Citizenship on Parental Integration Outcomes (joint with Ciro Avitabile and Irma Clots), Journal of Law and Economics, 56 (3), 777-810, August 2013
  • Markets and Jungles (with Thomas Gall), Journal of Economic Growth, 17 (2), 103-141, June 2012
  • National Identity and Ethnic Diversity Journal of Population Economics, 26 (2), 437-454, April 2013
  • Compulsory Language Educational Policies and Identity Formation (with O. Aspachs, I. Clots and J, Costa), Journal of European Economic Association, 6 (2-3), April-May 2008


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Email: p.masella@unibo.it