Francesco Fasani

Associate Professor

Research interests: Labour, Migration, Crime, Microeconometrics

News:

NEW WP: Being on the Frontline? Immigrant Workers in Europe and the COVID-19 Pandemic (with J.Mazza) - Revised Version - R&R ILR Review

(The Struggle for) Refugee Integration into the Labour Market: Evidence from Europe (with T.Frattini and L.Minale) - new version (Dec 2020) - (forthcoming) Journal of Economic Geography

Lift the Ban? Initial Employment Restrictions and Refugee Labour Market Outcomes (with T.Frattini and L.Minale) - Journal of European Economic Association, 19(5), October 2021, 2803–2854

Risk Attitudes and Household Migration Decisions (with C. Dustmann, X. Meng and L. Minale) - Journal of Human Resources (forthcoming) (WP version)

The economics of migration: Labour market impacts and migration policies (with J.LLull and C.Tealdi) Labour Economics - Editorial for Special Issue on "The Economics of Migration"

Does Immigration Increase Crime? Migration Policy and the Creation of the Criminal Immigrant (2019) (with G. Mastrobuoni E. Owens and P.Pinotti), Cambridge University Press

Oct 2019: Italian National Qualification (Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale) as Full Professor of Economic Policy (13/A1) and Political Economy (13/A2)

If he saw an old man working he would say bitterly, "Look at dat old - keepin' able-bodied men out o' work"; or if it was a boy, "It's dem young devils what's takin' de bread out of our mouths." And all foreigners to him were "dem bloody dagoes" - for, according to his theory, foreigners were responsible for unemployment.

G.Orwell (1945) Down and Out in Paris and London


Contact details:

DEMM - Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods

University of Milan “Statale”

Via Conservatorio 7 - 20122 Milan, Italy

Tel: +39 02503 21475

email: francesco.fasani (at) unimi (dot) it