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Paolo Naticchioni is associate professor at the University of Roma Tre (Department of Political Science and CREI). He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the Université Catholique de Louvain (2008), where he also received a M.Sc. in Economics. He also received a PhD in Economics from the University of Rome La Sapienza (2004). He is also an IZA fellow, since 2012. Further, he is in the steering committee of the Italian Association of Labour Economics (AIEL, since 2010), and cooperates with the research partnership between the University of Rome La Sapienza and Isfol (since 2002) and with the Center for Labour and Economic Growth (CeLEG) at LUISS (since 2009). 

His research interests include labour economics (in particular topics such as inequality, unions and wage bargaining, wage dynamics, trade and the labour market), urban economics (mainly the analysis of urban wage premia), political economy (political selection and commitment), economics of education, economics of happiness, program evaluation.