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Marco Luca PINCHETTI
Marco Luca PINCHETTI
Phone #: +32 466367539
Website: sites.google.com/site/marcolucapinchetti/
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Main Field: Macroeconomic Theory, Growth and Cycles
Profile:
My name is Marco Pinchetti and I am a PhD candidate in Economics at ECARES (European Center for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics), based at Université Libre de Bruxelles, Solvay School of Economics and Management. I hold a MSc in Industrial Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and a MRes in Quantitative Economics from Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). I am a Teaching Assistant at ULB for the undergraduate courses in Open Economy Macroeconomics, Statistics and Probability, and Probability Theory.
Selected Works:

Working Papers:

  •  "Creative Destruction Cycles: Schumpeterian Growth in an Estimated DSGE Model " (2017) [ECARES Working Papers 04-2017 ] - https://ideas.repec.org/p/eca/wpaper/2013-250791.htm 

 

 Work in Progress:

  • "An Estimated HANK Model for the United States" (2018), with Boris Chafwehé (Université Catholique de Louvain)
  • "The International Dimensions of Schumpeterian Growth" (2017) with G. Cozzi (University of St.Gallen), B. Pataracchia (European Commission), and M. Ratto (European Commission)

 

 

Teaching:

Academic Year 2016/2017 & 2017/2018: 

  • Théorie macroéconomique I : le court terme en économie fermée et ouverte (ECON-S201) - Prof. Robert Kollmann
  • Statistique descriptive et éléments de probabilités (STAT-S102) - Prof. Bertrand Mareschal
  • Eléments de Statistique (STAT-D-103) - Prof. Catherine Vermandele  

Academic Year 2015/2016:

  • Introduction à la macroéconomie (ECON-S1001) - Prof. Pierre-Guillaume Méon

 

PhD Advisor: Robert Kollmann
Rafael Wouters
PhD Subject and Resume: My research interests lie in the fields of monetary and international economics. I am currently conducting research on endogenous TFP and heterogeneous agent models, the TFP slowdown, the productivity vs. inequality nexus, and the forward guidance puzzle in open economy.

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