About Luca De Benedictis
Thank you for your interest in my research.
I teach International Economics at the University of Macerata and at Luiss University in Rome, Italy.
My research focuses on the empirics of international trade and migration, with an emphasis on visualisation, data analysis and applied econometrics.
My ongoing research deals with network theory and applied of network analysis, on causal models with interferences, on historical trade and trade policy and on the theory and application of gravity models to international trade and migration issues.
I spend my leasure time with family and friends, reading, attending cultural events, listening to jazz music and mountain hiking and climbing.
|2017 - Present||Professor, Luiss ‐ Department of Business and Management|
|1992 - Present||Professor, University of Macerata ‐ Department of Economics and Law|
International Trade, Network Analysis, Applied Econometrics, and Migration
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2017 - Present||Co-Editor, International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics||2017 - Present||Editor in Chief, Italian Economic Journal||2017 - Present||Member of the Advisory Board, Journal of Historical Network Research||2017 - 2019||Secretary General, Italian Economic Association|
|1990 - 1992||PhD, Università Politecnica delle Marche ‐ Economics|
|1988 - 1990||DES, Graduate Institute of International Studies|
|1981 - 1986||University of Roma "La Sapienza" ‐ Economics|
Contribution to Book
Global and Local Centrality of Emerging Countries in the World ...
Networks of International Trade and Investment: Understanding globalisation through the lens of network analysis (2018)
Among the many changes that characterized the world trading system in the past decades, a very relevant and much discussed ...