CEIS Researchers

Rama Dasi MARIANI

Affiliation: CEIS - University of Tor Vergata

Address: via Columbia n. 2, 00133 Roma

Telephone: +39 06 7259 5618

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Research Interests: Applied Economics, Microeconomic, Labour Economics, Economics of Migration, International Economics.

Biography

I am a post-doc researcher in Economics at CEIS (Torvergata University), fellow at Global Labor Organization and member of INEQ Research Group.
I received the PhD in Economics from Sapienza University of Rome in 2018 and there I spent my first year of post-doc. In 2017 I was awarded with the “Premio di Ricerca Di Vagno 2017” funded by the Italian Ministry of Culture, with Eugenio Levi and Melissa Mongiardo.
I am currently involved in international research projects dealing with the effect of immigration on the destination economy and the economic integration of immigrants.

Publications

The 5 most recent Publications 

  • "The Labour Demand Response to Supply Shocks. The Indirect Effect of Immigration" Economia Italiana, 1/2018
    with Francesco Bloise (2018)
  • "What Meets the Eye: The Effect of the Presence of Immigrants on Personal Attitudes on Migrations in Europe" Economics Bulletin, 38 (1), 419-430
    with Eugenio Levi and Fabrizio Patriarca (2018)
  • Il Ruolo del Background Socio-Economico nel Processo d’Integrazione degli Adolescenti della Seconda Generazione Economia e Lavoro, XLIX, 169-190
    with Marilena Giannetti (2015)
  • “Ostilità verso l’Immigrazione. La Percezione del Fenomeno Migratorio: I Fallimenti della Politica, il Framing Mediatico e la Socialdemocrazia Europea”
    Soveria Mannelli (CZ), Rubbettino
    with Eugenio Levi and Melissa Mongiardo (forthcoming)

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Events & Presentations

The 5 most recent Events & Presentations

  • Migration and the Labour Markets Conferences
    Heriot Watt University (2018)
  • Advanced Graduate Workshop “Poverty, Development and Globalization”
    Azim Premji University (2018)
  • 3rd Workshop on the Economics of Migration University of Southampton (2017)
  • International Conference on Migration and Welfare
    Sapienza University of Rome (2017)
  • Youth, Migration and Development around the Mediterranean
    Sapienza University of Rome (2016)

Research Programs & Projects

  • Migration, Foreign Outsourcing and Firms Innovation: Which Links?
    with T. B. Milicevic, G. De Arcangelis and E. Di Porto
  • O*NET vs PIAAC. How Workers’ Skills are used at Work
    with G. De Arcangelis
  • The Contribution of European Immigrants to the Export Growth in Argentina and Brazil during the Belle Epoque (1870-1913)
    with G. De Arcangelis and F. Nastasi 
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