Denni Tommasi

(last update: 15/10)

Assistant Professor (Lecturer in Australia)

Contact information:
Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics
Level 5, Building H, Caulfield Campus
900 Dandenong Road
Melbourne, VIC 3145

E-mail: denni.tommasi [at]
Phone: +61 99034537

Research interests: Development Economics, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics


Working Papers:

1. Household Responses to Cash Transfers, with Bram De Rock (ECARES) and Tom Potoms (ECARES) (R&R Economic Development and Cultural Change). 

2. Women's Empowerment and Family Health: Estimating LATE with Mismeasured Treatment, with Rossella Calvi (Rice University) and Arthur Lewbel (Boston College) (Here you can download the dofile to implement MR-LATE!) (Under Review).

3. Informational shocks and food safety: A field study on street vendors in urban India, with Gianmarco Daniele (Bocconi University) and Sulagna Mookerjee (Georgetown University) (RCT with the support of InnoAid, Copenhagen) (Under Review).


1. The effect of experts' opinion on prices of art works: The case of Peter Brueghel the Younger, with Anne-Sophie Radermecker (Université libre de Bruxelles) and Victor Ginsburgh (ECARES), Forthcoming Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

2. Estimating Household Resource Shares: A Shrinkage Approach, with Alexander Wolf (Institute for Fiscal Studies), Economics Letters, Volume 163, February 2018, Pages 75–78. (Longer first version, 03/2016).