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Emanuele Millemaci
Emanuele Millemaci
Associate Professor, Dipartimento di Economia, UniversitÓ di Messina
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Kaldor-Verdoorn's law and increasing returns to scale: a comparison across developed countries
E Millemaci, F Ofria
Journal of Economic Studies 41 (1), 140-162, 2014
1132014
The economic effect of corruption in Italy: a regional panel analysis
M Lisciandra, E Millemaci
Regional Studies 51 (9), 1387-1398, 2017
572017
Supply and demand-side determinants of productivity growth in Italian regions
E Millemaci, F Ofria
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 37, 138-146, 2016
252016
The influence of personality traits on university performance: Evidence from Italian freshmen students
L Corazzini, S D’Arrigo, E Millemaci, P Navarra
PLoS One 16 (11), e0258586, 2021
172021
CAP payments and spatial diversity in cereal crops: An analysis of Italian farms
F Capitanio, E Gatto, E Millemaci
Land Use Policy 54, 574-582, 2016
16*2016
A corruption risk indicator for public procurement
M Lisciandra, R Milani, E Millemaci
European Journal of Political Economy 73, 102141, 2022
142022
Evidence on excess sensitivity of consumption to predictable income growth
M Limosani, E Millemaci
Research in Economics 65 (2), 71-77, 2011
142011
Evaluating how predictable errors in expected income affect consumption
L Giamboni, E Millemaci, RJ Waldmann
Applied Economics 45 (28), 4004-4021, 2013
13*2013
Precautionary savings of agents with heterogeneous risk aversion
M Limosani, E Millemaci
Applied Economics 46 (20), 2342-2361, 2014
82014
The long-term impact of family difficulties during childhood on labor market outcomes
E Millemaci, D Sciulli
Review of Economics of the Household 12, 663-687, 2014
62014
Do Flexibility Measures Affect the Wage Share? An Empirical Analysis of Selected European Countries
G Liotti, E Millemaci, L Salvati
Review of Political Economy, 1-24, 2023
22023
Nemo Propheta in Patria: Empirical Evidence from Italy
E Millemaci, A Patti
FEEM Working Paper, 2022
12022
Present-Biased Preferences and Money Demand
E Millemaci, RJ Waldmann
De Economist 164 (2), 187-207, 2016
12016
From EU Recovery and Resilience Plans to Italian Special Economic Zones: First Systematic Analyses
P Mustica, E MILLEMACI
2024
CETA, an ex post analysis
GM Ficarra, E Millemaci
2024
Have autocrats governed for the long term?
E Millemaci, F Monteforte, JRW Temple
SocArXiv, 2023
2023
Digging into waste: an analysis of waste crime in the Italian provinces
D Andreatta, S Favarin, M Lisciandra, E Millemaci
Regional Studies 57 (7), 1367-1379, 2023
2023
An efficient Bayes classifier for word classification: an application on the EU Recovery and Resilience Plans
M Limosani, E Millemaci, P Mustica
2023
A novel approach to assess evidence on air transport: insight from Italy
R Arbolino, P David, E Millemaci, F Monteforte, F Ofria
Economia, territorio e azienda, 217-243, 2022
2022
Elections and government deficit spending: Evidence from Italian regions
M Limosani, E Millemaci, F Monteforte
Classical Economics, Keynes and Money, 238-249, 2022
2022
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