About Roberta De Santis
Roberta De Santis is senior economist at the Italian National Institute of Statistics (Istat) in the department of data analysis and economic, social and environmental research. Currently she is working as research fellow at the Ministry of Economy and Finance in the Treasury Department. She is also teaching Public Economics and International Economics at LUISS Guido Carli. The key topics of her research are European integration, public policy and institutional quality and innovation and productivity. She is research fellow at the LUISS Lab of European Economics and Associate researcher of the Laboratory for Comparative Social Research of the Moscow Higher School of Economics. Her most recent publications are “Current account “core periphery dualism” in the EMU”, (with T. Cesaroni) on The World Economy and “Environmental Policy Stringency, Innovation and Productivity in the EU Countries” (with C. Jona Lasinio) on The Global Economy Journal (forthcoming).
International Trade, Economic Policy, Public policies, Intangibles, and Macroeconomic imbalances
- Public finance
- International finance
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Working Papers (6)
"Has Trade any Importance in the Transmission of Currency Shocks?,"
Economics Working Papers 028, European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes. (2004)
The object of this study is to assess the role of trade in the transmission of currency shocks across geographically ...