Lilia Cavallari

Professor, University of Rome 3

Lilia Cavallari

Full Professor, Department of Political Sciences, Università Roma Tre, since 2011

Associate Professor, Università Roma Tre, since 2002-2011

Assistant Professor, Università La Sapienza, 1996-2002

Ph.D. in Economics, Università di Roma La Sapienza, 1993

Laurea summa cum laude in Economics, Università di Roma La Sapienza, 1989

Visiting professor, Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University (2004, 2002 and 2001).

Visiting professor, Center for European Integration Studies, University of Bonn, (2002).

Research Associate, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, (1995, 1996).

Selected Publications:

“Firms’ entry, monetary policy and the international business cycle”, Journal of International Economics vol.91, 263-274, 2013

“A note on firm entry, markups and the business cycle”, Economic Modelling vol.35, 528-535, 2013

“Business cycle determinants of US foreign direct investments”, with S. D’Addona, Applied Economic Letters vol.20, 10, 966-970, 2013

“Output and interest rate volatility as determinants of FDI”, with S. D’Addona, Applied Economics vol. 45, 2603–2610, 2013

“Optimal contracts and the role of the government in wage bargaining”, Economic Letters vol.115, 160–163, 2012

“Exports and FDI in an endogenous-entry model with nominal and real uncertainty” Journal of Macroeconomics vol. 32, 300-313, 2010

“Monetary and fiscal interactions when wage-setters are large: is there a role for corporatist policies?”, Empirica vol. 37:291–309, 2010

“Macroeconomic interdependence with trade and multinational activities”, Review of International Economics vol. 16, issue 3, 537-558, 2008

“A macroeconomic model of entry with exporters and multinationals”, The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, vol.7, issue 1(Contributions), Article 32, 2007

"Macroeconomic stabilisation in the EMU: rules versus institutions”, with Debora di Gioacchino, Review of Development Economics, Vol. 9, issue 2: 264-276, 2005.

“Optimal monetary policy and internationalized production”, International Journal of Finance and Economics vol. 9: 175-186, 2004.

“Inflation and openness with non-atomistic wage-setters”, Scottish Journal of Political Economy vol. 48, 2: ,210-225, 2001.

“Shadow rates and multiple equilibria in the theory of currency crises,”, with Giancarlo Corsetti, Journal of International Economics vol.51: 275-286, 2000.

“Current account and exchange rate dynamics”, Economic Notes vol.30, n.1: 27-51, 2001.

“Macroeconomic performance and wage bargaining in a monetary union”, Empirica vol. 28: 419-433, 2001

“Are the income policy agreements of 1992-93 in Italy still valid? Towards a theory for the optimal design of the “social pact” in the EMU”, in Institutional reforms in Italy: a public choice approach, F. Padovano and D. Ricciuti eds., Springer Verlag, 2008

“Strategic wage setting in a monetary union” in Institutional Conflicts and Complementarities. Monetary Policies and Wage Bargaining Institutions in EMU, R. Franzese, P. Mooslechner and M.Schurtz eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers 2004.

“Inflationary performance in a monetary union with large wage setters”, in Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policies and Labour Markets. Macroeconomic Policy Making in EMU, R. Beetsma, C. Favero, A. Missale, A. Muscatelli, P. Natale and P. Tirelli eds., Cambridge University Press 2004, Cambridge UK

“Symmetry or Asymmetry in European Dollar Policies? Evidence from the Core Countries”, with Giuseppe De Arcangelis, in EMU, Financial Markets and the World Economy, Thomas Moser and Bernd Schips eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers 2001