Gabriele Ciminelli

Gabriele Ciminelli

Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics

Area of Expertise:

International Finance
Central Banking
Fiscal Policy
Structural Reforms
Political Economy
Macro-Labor

Gabriele Ciminelli joined ASB in 2019. Prior to that, he worked for the International Monetary Fund from 2016 to 2019, where he was Projects Officer at the Research Department. His professional background is complemented by working experiences at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the European Commission. Gabriele’s research interests span the fields of international finance and applied macroeconomics. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Tinbergen Institute and the University of Amsterdam.

  • Public and Private Risk Sharing in the Euro Area
    European Economic Review. Forthcoming.
    Joint with Jacopo Cimadomo, Oana Furtuna and Massimo Giuliodori
  • The Composition Effects of Tax-based Consolidations on Income Inequality [Online Appendix],
    European Journal of Political Economy. 2019. Vol. 57.
    Joint with Ekkehard Ernst, Massimo Giuliodori and Rossana Merola.

Papers Currently Under Revision

  • Employment Protection Deregulation and Labor Shares in Advanced Economies
    Revise and Resubmit at the Review of Economics and Statistics
    Joint with Romain Duval and Davide Furceri.
    IMF Working Paper No. 18/186. 2018.

Working Papers

  • Policy Guidance and the International Transmission of Macro News: Evidence from Investment Funds

Work In Progress

  • Austerity and Elections: New Empirical Evidence. Joint with Alberto Alesina, Davide Furceri and Giorgio Saponaro
  • QE Expectations and Macroeconomic News in the Euro Area
  • A New Database of Employment Protection Legislation. Joint with Davide Furceri.
  • Okun’s Law and Demographics. Differences Across Labor Markets. Joint with Zidong An and John Bluedorn.

Policy Papers

  • The Political Costs of Reforms: Fear or Reality?
    Joint with Davide Furceri, Jun Ge, Jonathan Ostry, and Chris Papageorgiou
    IMF Staff Discussion Note. SDN 19/08.
  • Reigniting Growth in Emerging Market and Low-Income Economies: What Role for Structural Reforms? [Annexes] Joint with Romain Duval, Davide Furceri, Guzman Gonzalez-Torres Fernandez, Joao Jalles, Giovanni Melina, and Cian Ruane
    Chapter 3 of the 2019 Fall Edition of the IMF World Economic Outlook
  • Work in Progress: Improving Youth Labor Market Outcomes in Emerging Market and Developing Economies
    Joint with JaeBin Ahn, Zidong An, John Bluedorn, Zsoka Koczan, Davide Malacrino, Daniela Muhaj, and Patricia Neidlinger.
    IMF Staff Discussion Note. SDN 19/02.