Edoardo Di Porto

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Associate Professor

University of Naples Federico II

Edoardo Di Porto is an applied economist. He is Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Statistics of the University of Naples Federico II, currently on leave to work as Public Manager at INPS-Direzione Centrale Studi e Ricerche. Among his duties, he manages the VisitINPS scholar program. His research focuses on public economics, urban economics and applied econometrics.

Email: edoardo.diporto@unina.it
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Edoardo Di Porto

Department of Economics and Statistics
University of Napoli
Via Cintia Monte S. Angelo
80126 Napoli, Italy

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Recent publications

  • Edoardo Di Porto and Cristina Tealdi, Heterogeneous Paths to Stability,

    Forthcoming in: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A [link]

  • Vincenzo Atella, Edoardo Di Porto, Joanna Kopinska, and Maarten Lindeboom, Traumatic Experiences Adversely Affect Life Cycle Labor Market Outcomes of the Next Generation – Evidence from WWII Nazi Raids,

    Forthcoming in: Journal of the European Economic Association [link]

  • Edoardo Di Porto, Paolo Naticchioni and Vincenzo Scrutinio, Partial Lockdown and the Spread of Covid-19: Lessons from the Italian Case,

    Forthcoming in: Journal of Health Economics

  • Federico Belotti, Edoardo Di Porto and Gianluca Santoni, The Effect of Local Taxes on Firm Performance: Evidence from Geo‐referenced Data,

    Journal of Regional Sciences, 2021, vol. 61(2), pp. 295-510 [link]

  • Di Porto E., E.M. Martino and H. Ohlsson, Avoiding Taxes by Transfers Within the Family,

    International Tax and Public Finance, 2021, vol. 28, pp. 1-23 [link]

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