Hello internet, this is Enrico Rubolino. I am a PhD student in Economics at the University of Essex. I am interested in empirical public finance, labor economics and applied econometrics. In particular, I study taxation, inequality and intergenerational mobility.

From September 2019, I've been visiting Berkeley, University of California (hosted by Emmanuel Saez).

Contact:

E-mail: rocco.enrico.rubolino@essex.ac.uk

Address: University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex, CO43SQ, United Kingdom.

Curriculum Vitae - Research - Data & Replication files

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UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS:

  • 11-12 April: TARC Conference (University of Exeter) - "Taxing the Ghosts: The Public Finance Effects of a Large Anti Evasion Program";
  • 15-17 April: RES Conference (University of Warwick) - "Knocking on Parents' Doors: Regulation and Intergenerational Mobility";
  • 4-6 June: IEB Workshop on Economics of Taxation & Social Expenditure (Universitat de Barcelona) - "The Efficiency and Distributive Effects of Local Taxes: Evidence from Italian Municipalities";
  • 13-14 June: LAGV Conference (Aix-Marseille School of Economics) - "The Efficiency and Distributive Effects of Local Taxes: Evidence from Italian Municipalities";
  • 3-5 July: ECINEQ Conference (Paris School of Economics) - "The Efficiency and Distributive Effects of Local Taxes: Evidence from Italian Municipalities";
  • 11-13 July: Shadow Economy Conference (University of Trento) - "Taxing the Ghosts: The Public Finance Effects of a Large Anti Evasion Program";
  • 26-30 August: EEA Conference (Manchester) - "The Efficiency and Distributive Effects of Local Taxes: Evidence from Italian Municipalities".