LUCA CITINO is about to earn a Master of Science in Economic and Social Sciences (ESS) from Bocconi University in Milan. At Bocconi he also earned a Bachelor in International Economics and Management (BIEM). Moreover he studied for a semester at the University of Gothenburg (Handelshögskolan), in Göteborg, Sweden.
Currently he is working as a research assistant within the Economics Department of Bocconi University on projects related to the economics of education in developing countries. In the past he has worked as an intern in the Department for Employment, Labor and Social Affairs (ELS) of the OECD in Paris, on a project concerning social housing policies.
His research interests concern the analysis of productivity and competitiveness, both within firms and at the urban and regional level; economic geography; development economics and international trade.
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