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Curriculum Vitae
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Carlo D’Ippoliti
Carlo D’Ippoliti
Viale Regina Elena 295, Palazzina G, 00161 Rome, Italy
(39)0649255358
– (39)3473000613
[email protected]
http://w3.uniroma1.it/dippoliti
Skype carlodippoliti
Sex Male | Date of birth 05/05/1981 | Nationality Italian
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
October 2004 – November 2009
Joint Ph.D. in Economics
EQF level 8
“Dr. rer. pol.” awarded by the “J.W. Goethe Universität” of Frankfurt am Main (Germany) and
“Dottorato di ricerca in scienze economiche” awarded by Sapienza University of Rome (Italy).
October 2000 – July 2004
Laurea degree in Political Economy
EQF level 6
LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome (Italy).
WORK EXPERIENCE
December 2008 – (current
occupation)
January 2009 – (current
occupation)
April 2013 – (current occupation)
Tenured research fellow, political economy
Department of Statistics, Sapienza University of Rome
▪ Assistant professor of “International economics” and of “Economics of risk and uncertainty”
Assistant editor
Academic journals: PSL Quarterly Review (www.pslquarterlyreview.info) and Moneta e Credito
(www.monetaecredito.info)
▪ Edited by the Economia civile association, more information at www.economiacivile.it
Consultant (economist)
RAI S.p.A.
▪ Screenwriter for the weekly economic magazine “2Next – Economia e futuro”, broadcasted on Rai 2.
January 2012 – June 2012
Lead screenwriter
RAI S.p.A.
▪ TV show “Lezioni dalla crisi” hosted by Giuliano Amato, broadcasted on Rai 3.
March 2014 – October 2014
Senior Expert
Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union (FRA), “Update EU international report on
Homophobia, transphobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity”,
managed by Fondazione Lelio e Lisli Basso Issoco (Rome).
May 2008 – June 2012
Member of the “coordinating team”
EGGSI “Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion, Health and Long-term care”, jointly managed by
IRS (Milan) and Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini (Rome) on behalf of the DG Employment, Social
Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Unit A2, European Commission (the Unit was later transferred under
the responsibility of the DG Justice).
▪ I was responsible for the coordination of national experts on the gender analysis of EU Member
States’ income support policies (2009), active ageing policies (2010) and on the gender analysis of
the social consequences of the economic crisis in terms of multidimensional poverty (2011).
September 2011 – September
2012
Project manager
Avvocatura per i diritti LGBT – Rete Lenford
▪ Project “International good practices against the labour market discrimination of LGBT individuals”,
commissioned by UNAR, Italian Ministry for Equal Opportunities, value of tender: €118’000.
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Curriculum Vitae
August 2010 – September 2011
Carlo D’Ippoliti
Scientific coordinator
Avvocatura per i diritti LGBT – Rete Lenford
▪ Project “Good practices on the non-discrimination of LGBT individuals in the social, cultural,
education, training, employment, health and family fields”, commissioned by UNAR, Italian Ministry
for Equal Opportunities, value of tender: €98’000.
September 2008 – June 2009
Adjunct professor
John Cabot University, Rome
▪ History of Economic Thought (undergraduate)
January 2007 – December 2008
Research fellow, economics
LUISS Guido Carli, Rome
▪ member of several research projects, including: “Improving the knowledge on the socio-economic
impact of pension systems on women”, managed by the Gesellschaft für Versicherungswissenschaft
und -gestaltung e.V. (GVG) of Cologne (Germany) on behalf of the DG Employment and Social
Affairs, EU Commission (2008-2009); “Improving the European Employment Strategy Evaluation
Capacity for Regional Actors”, funded by the DG Employment and Social Affairs, EU Commission
(2008); “The Evaluation of Economic Research in a Historical Perspective: Comparing Methods and
Arguments”, Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (2006-2007); “E-government for
Mediterranean countries” (eG4M), financed by the Italian Ministry of Research and Education (20052008); “Economics, Benefits and Financing of E-government”, DG Information Society, Unit C6
eGovernment, European Commission (2005-2006).
Honours and awards
• EAEPE-Myrdal Prize 2011 (best monograph) for Economics and Diversity (Routledge,
2011), awarded by the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy;
• ESHET Young Scholar Award (2011) awarded by the European Society for the History of
Economic Thought;
• HES Young Scholar Award (2010) awarded by the History of Economics Society;
• Storep Young Scholar Award (2010), awarded by Storep, the Italian Association for the History of
Economic Thought
Memberships and other academic
activities
▪ referee for the following publication outlets: American Journal of Economics and Sociology, B.E.
Journal of Economic Policy and Analysis, Economic Notes (Monte dei Paschi di Siena), Forum for
Social Economics, Games, Journal of Development Studies, Journal of Economic Surveys, Moneta
e Credito, PSL Quarterly Review, Review of Income and Wealth, Routledge (Taylor and Francis
Group).
▪ Member of the Focus Group of the Next Left project of FEPS – Foundation for European
Progressive Studies.
▪ (2014 – present) Governing Council, EAEPE – European Association for Evolutionary Political
Economy
▪ (2012 – present) Board of directors, Storep – Italian Association for the History of Economic Thought
▪ (2012 – present) World Congress Organizing Committee, ASE – Association for Social Economics
▪ (2011 – present) Co-editor (with Fred Lee), “NEP-HME, Heterodox Microeconomics”, New
Economic Papers newsletter of RepEc, available at http://nep.repec.org (editor from 2014)
Mother tongue(s)
Other language(s)
English
German
French
Italian
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Publications
Carlo D’Ippoliti
Books
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D’Ippoliti C. (2012), Crisi: (come) ne usciamo?, Rome: L’Asino d’oro.
D’Ippoliti C. (2011), Economics and Diversity, New York: Routledge.
D’Ippoliti C., Schuster A. (eds.) (2011), DisOrientamenti. Discriminazione ed esclusione
sociale delle persone LGBT in Italia, Rome: Armando.
Journal Articles
• Botti F., D’Ippoliti C. (2014), “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (that You’re Poor)”, Journal of
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Behavioural and Experimental Economics (formerly Journal of Socio-Economics),
vol. 49, pp. 8-25.
D’Ippoliti, C. (2013), “Schmoller’s method as a critique and alternative to marginalist
economics: A reply to Louzek”, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, vol.
72, n. 2, pp. 60-69.
D’Ippoliti, C. (2012), “Introduction: there is more to Keynesianism than public spending
alone”, PSL Quarterly Review, vol. 65 n. 260, pp. 3-10; Italian extended translation:
“Introduzione: le politiche keynesiane non riguardano solo, né sempre, la spesa
pubblica”, Moneta e Credito, vol. 65 n. 257, pp. 3-8.
Conte, A., Moffatt, P.G., Botti, F., Di Cagno, D., D’Ippoliti, C. (2012), “A test of the rational
expectations hypothesis using data from a natural experiment”, Applied Economics,
vol. 44, n. 35, pp. 4661-4678.
Cipollone, A., Corsi, M., D’Ippoliti, C. (2011), “Building a Knowledge Economy: Education
and Job Opportunities in Gender Perspective”, PanOeconomicus, vol. 5, pp. 735757.
Corsi, M., D’Ippoliti, C., Lucidi, F. (2011), “On the Evaluation of Economic Research: The
Case of Italy”, Economia Politica, vol. 28, n. 3, pp. 369-402.
Cipollone, A., D’Ippoliti, C. (2011), “Women’s Employment: Beyond Individual
Characteristics vs. Contextual Factors Explanations”, American Journal of
Economics and Sociology, vol. 70, n. 3, pp. 756-783.
D’Ippoliti, C., Roncaglia, A. (2011), “L’Italia: una crisi nella crisi”, Moneta e Credito, vol. 64,
n. 255, pp. 175-204.
Corsi, M., D’Ippoliti, C., Lucidi, F. (2010), “Pluralism at Risk? On the Evaluation of
Economic Research in Italy”, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, vol. 69,
n.5, pp. 1495-1529.
Cipollone, A. D’Ippoliti, C. (2010), “Discriminating Factors of Women’s Employment”,
Applied Economic Letters, vol. 17, n. 11, pp. 1055-1062.
Botti, F., Conte, A., Di Cagno, D., D’Ippoliti, C. (2009), “Lab and Framed Lab versus
Natural Experiments: Evidence from a Risky Choice Experiment“, Research in
Economics, vol. 63, n. 4, pp. 282-295.
Corsi, M., D’Ippoliti, C. (2009), “Poor Old Grandmas? On Gender and Pension Reforms in
Italy”, Brussels Economic Review - Cahiers Economiques De Bruxelles, vol. 52, n. 1,
pp. 35-56.
Botti, F., Conte, A., Di Cagno, D., D’Ippoliti, C. (2008), “Risk Attitude in Real Decision
Problems“, The B.E. Journal of Economic Policy and Analysis (Advances), vol. 8, n.
1, article 6.
D’Ippoliti, C., (2007), “All about the money? Pension Reform and fertility trends in Italy”,
Economia, Società, Istituzioni, vol. 19, n. 1, pp. 35-54.
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Publications
Carlo D’Ippoliti
Selected notes, comments, book reviews and editorials
• D’Ippoliti, C. (2011), “Adeguatezza e modernità nel rapporto tra donne e pensioni”,
Economia e Lavoro, vol. 45, n. 3, pp. 155-164.
• D’Ippoliti, C. (2011), “Introduction: the crisis of economies and economics”, PSL Quarterly
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Review, vol. 64, n. 257, pp. 95-103; Italian extended translation: “Introduzione: la
crisi economica e della scienza economica”, Moneta e Credito, vol. 64, n. 254, pp.
95-104.
D’Ippoliti, C. (2011), “Diversity and economics”, Journal of the History of Economic
Thought, vol. 33, n. 4, pp. 6-7 (Theses Abstracts).
D’Ippoliti, C. (2010), “Diversity and economics”, Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and
Economics, vol. 3, n. 1, Spring 2010.
Selected book chapters
• D’Ippoliti, C. (2011), “Difference or indifference? On the crisis of mainstream economics
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and European progressive movements”, in Stetter, E., Duffek, K. and Skrzypek, A.
(eds.), Next Left - Towards a new strategy, Brussels: FEPS – Foundation for
European Progressive Studies.
Corsi, M., D’Ippoliti, C., Gumina, A., Wood, J.C. (2010), “e-Readiness Assessment”, in
Viscusi, G., Batini, C., Mecella, M. (eds.), Information Systems Planning for
eGovernment: the eG4M approach, Berlin: Springer Verlag.
Botti, F., Conte, A., Di Cagno, D., D’Ippoliti, C. (2007), “Risk Aversion, Demographics and
Unobserved Heterogeneity. Evidence from the Italian TV Show 'Affari tuoi'”, in P.
Sbriglia and A. Innocenti (eds.), Games, Rationality and Behaviour, London:
Palgrave Macmillan
Selected research reports
• Corsi, M., Samek L. (eds.) (2012), The Impact of the Economic Crisis on the Situation of
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Women and Men and on Gender Equality Policies, Report for the European
Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Brussels.
Corsi, M., Samek L. (eds.) (2011), Active Ageing and Gender Equality Policies, Report for
the European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs, and Equal
Opportunities, Brussels.
Corsi, M., Samek L. (eds.) (2010), Gender Mainstreaming Social Inclusion Policy, Report
for the European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs, and Equal
Opportunities, Brussels.
Corsi, M., D’Ippoliti, C., Gumina, A. (2005), eGovernment Economics Project – Economic
Model, Final Report of the Project “Benefits, Costs and Financing of eGovernment”,
Modinis Programme, DG Information Society, Commission of the European
Communities.
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