Michel Serafinelli



Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Toronto
  Research and Teaching Fields
Labor Economics, Economics of Cities and Regions, Political Economy, and Productivity and Technology.

I study the causes and the effects of differences across local labor markets in labor market outcomes, innovation and other economic and socio-institutional variables (e.g. cultural attitudes). 

Research Summary is here.

Publications

    Attitudes, Policies and Work (with Francesco Giavazzi and Fabio Schiantarelli) Journal of the European Economic Association [Late Working Paper VersionWeb Appendix]

 Working Papers and Work in Progress

     Creativity over Time and Space - with Guido Tabellini [Submitted; CEPR Discussion Paper 12365]

    
    Rust Belts of the World: The Effect of De-Industrialization on Cities in Six Countries – with Luisa Gagliardi and Enrico Moretti [Abstract]

    Mobility of Inventors and Innovation in Matched Patent-employer-employee Data – with Sabrina Di Addario and Myra Mohnen [AbstractSlides]

Upcoming Talks 

    21 Nov: York University

    8 Dec: Trinity College, Dublin

    14-16 Dec:  Simposio de la Asociacion Espanola de Economia, Barcelona

    22 Dec: Bank of Italy

    11 Jan: Queen Mary University of London

    15 Feb: CEMFI, Madrid

    MarWilfrid Laurier University