«Jan. 1990 - Sep. 1993 Ph.D. in Economics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Department of Economics and Institutions, Rome, Italy. Dissertation: ...»
Prof. Dr. Stefania Patrizia Sonia Rossi
University of Cagliari University of Vienna
Faculty of Economics, Dep of Economics Department of Economics
Via S. Ignazio dei Laconi 17, Hohenstaufengasse 9,
09123 Cagliari, Italy. 1010 Vienna E-mail: email@example.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
EDUCATION1993/1994 Post graduate fellow at the Economic Food Research Institute, Stanford University.
Jan. 1990 - Sep. 1993 Ph.D. in Economics, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Department of Economics and Institutions, Rome, Italy.
Dissertation: Saving-Investment Correlation: a Theoretic Approach to Measuring the International Capital Mobility Across OECD Countries.
Jan. - Dec. 1989 Master in Industrial Development, Institute "G. Tagliacarne", Unioncamere of Rome.
Nov. 1983 - July 1988 Degree in Political Science, Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali (LUISS), Rome, Italy. Grade 110/110, magna cum laude.
Thesis in International Economics on Macroeconomics Modelling of Exchange Rates.
CURRENT ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Professor of Macroeconomics and International Economics at the Department of Economics, University of Vienna, Austria. (temporary position).
OTHER ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTSResearcher and Lecturer of Macroeconomics and International Economics at the University of Naples “Parthenope”, Faculty of Economics, Department of Economics. September 1996 - September 2002 (tenure position).
Lecturer of Applied Economics and Labour Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of l’Aquila, 1994/95 and 1995/96.
Researcher at University of Rome "Tor Vergata", fellowship sponsored by National Research Council (CNR), April 1994 – January 1995.
Visiting Researcher, Post graduate fellowship at the Economic Food Research Institute, Stanford University, 1993/1994.
1 Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Rome, Italy. November 1990 – Septempber 1993.
Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, "Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali" (LUISS), Rome, Italy. December 1989 – September 1993.
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONSEconomist at the World Bank, Department of International Trade, Development Economics Prospects Group, Washington D.C. Project: "Senegal in the World Economy". July 1997- Oct. 97 Economist at the World Bank, Department Middle East and North Africa, Washington D.C. March 1996 - August 1996.
Economist at the UNDP, U.N. New York. January 1996 – March 1996.
NON-ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONSVisiting economist at the Economic Department of the OeNB (Oesterreichische Nationalbank) to carry out the research project “Consolidation in the European banking system and the effect on the accession economies”. March – June 2004.
Economist at the UVAL (Unit of Evaluation of Public Investment), Ministry of Economics and Finance Department of Development and Cohesion Policies, Rome. August 2001 - September 2002.
Economist at ISPE (Institute of Studies for Economic Planning) today named ISAE (Institute for Studies and Economic Analysis Rome). February 1995 – August 1996.
Consultant to FORMEZ (Research and Training Institute for the Mezzogiorno of Italy) for several projects supporting the development policy for the Italian Southern regions. June 1990 - September 1993.
Since October 2002 I have been teaching at the Faculty of Economics, University of Cagliari the following courses:
Macroeconomics, International Economics and Monetary and Financial Economics.
I have been teaching at the Department of Economics, University of Vienna the following courses:
Macroeconomics, International Economics, International Monetary Economics and Applied Macroeconomics.
I taught Macroeconomics and International Economics at the Faculty of Economics, University of Naples, “Parthenope”, 1996 – 2001.
I taught Labour Economics, at the Faculty of Economics, University of l’Aquila, 1994/96.
I taught Applied Economics, at the Faculty of Economics, University of l’Aquila, 1999/00.
Research Fellowship in Economics, sponsored by National Research Council (CNR) of Italy, (1994).
Foreign Research Fellowship in Economics, at Stanford University California, sponsored by National Research Council (CNR) of Italy, (1993).
Doctoral Fellowship at University of Rome Tor Vergata, Department of Economics and Institutions, sponsored by the University and Research Ministry, Italy (1990-1993).
Award for Best Undergraduate Degree Thesis, Budgeting and Planning Ministry, Italy (1991).
Scholarship in Industrial Development, European Social Fund and Institute "G. Tagliacarne", Unioncamere of Rome, (1989).
Bilateral National Research Council (CNR) International Research Project between University of Rome Tor Vergata and Stanford University. Project : Effect of open regionalism in Europe and Latin America, National Research Council (CNR), Italy, 1998-2000. Project: ‘The Internationalization of Italian Enterprises the case of the Industrial district. Several publications.
Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research (MIUR), 2003-05. Southern Italian Regions (Mezzogiorno), New Growth Theory and Development.
Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research (MIUR), 2004-06. System spillovers on the competitiveness of Italian economy: quantitative analyses for sectoral policies.
• Financial sector and banking.
• Political business cycle.
• Competitive advantage of Industrial Districts, export determinants and small medium firms’ developments.
• Internationalization of services, economic (regional) integration.
• Exchange rate determination; currency areas; international capital mobility; saving and investment.
(i) ARTICLES IN JOURNALS
1. Currency Areas from the Traditional Theory to the Modern Game Theoretic Approach: a Note in Economia delle scelte pubbliche, N. 1. 1992.
3. La Relazione di Feldstein-Horioka nel Lungo Periodo: una Rassegna e un'Applicazione Alternativa, in Rivista di Politica Economica, July-August, 1995.
4. Acquisti delle pubbliche amministrazioni e variabilità dei prezzi: un’analisi empirica, in Economia Pubblica N.2, 1998.
5. The positive effect of Industrial District on the export performance of Italian firms”, co-author L. Becchetti, in Review of Industrial Organization, 16 (1), pp.53-68, 2000.
6. Scale and scope economies in the European banking systems, co-author L. Cavallo, in Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 11, pp. 515-531, 2001.
7. Efficienza delle Banche di credito cooperativo in Italia: evidenze dall’applicazione di metodologie parametriche e non-parametric, co-authors A. Appennini, J.S. Lopez, in Credito Cooperativo, n. 173/4, pp. 421-488, 2001.
8. Political Budget Cycles: The Case of the Western German Lander, co-author E. Galli, in Public Choice, 110 (3pp. 283-303, 2002.
9. Do environmental variables affect the performance and technical efficiency of the European banking System?
A stochastic frontier approach”, co-author L. Cavallo, in European Journal of Finance, 8, 2002, pp. 123-146.
10. Banking efficiency in transition economies: evidence from Central Eastern European banks, co-authors M.
Schwaiger and G. Winkler, in Journal of Bank Management, Vol. III N.4 November, 2004.
11. Legge 488/92 e Patti territoriali: esiste sovrapposizione nel Mezzogiorno? I risultati di un’ analisi empirica su dati territoriali, co-authors F. Terribile and R. Turato, in Rivista di Politica Economica Vol. III-IV, MarchApril, 2005.
12. Does bank consolidation lead to efficiency gains? Evidence from large commercial banks in Europe and US, Journal of Bank Management, Vol. V, issue 2, 2006.
13. How regional policies can affect growth: a macroeconometric model for the Southern Italian Regions, coauthors G. Pellegrini and O. Tarola, in Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice Vol.2-3, 2007, pp. 169Managerial behaviour and cost and profit efficiency in the banking sectors of Central and Eastern European Countries, co-authors M. Schwaiger and G. Winkler. Forthcoming in Kredit und Kapital, N.4, 2008, pp. 589How loan portfolio diversification affects risk, efficiency and capitalization: A managerial behavior model for Austrian banks, coautori M. Schwaiger, G. Winkler, in Journal of Banking and Finance, 2009, Volume 33, Issue 12, pp. 2218-2226.
(ii) ARTICLES IN BOOOKS
16. Distretti industriali e destinazione dell’esport: quali le determinanti?, Mediocredito Centrale, Quaderni di Politica Industriale del Mediocredito Centrale, Rome, N.19 March, 1998.
17. EU and non EU Export performance of Italian firms. Is there an industrial district effect?”, co-author L.Becchetti, in The Competitive advantage of Industrial Districts: theoretical and empirical analysis, M.Bagella and L. Becchetti (Eds.). Contribution to Economics. Physica-Springer Verlag, Heidelberg and New York, 2000.
19. An X-efficiency analysis of different banking organizational types in Europe”, co-author L. Cavallo, in M.
Bonilla, T. Casaus and R. Sala (Eds.) Financial Modeling, Physica-Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 143-157, 2000.
20. Federalismo fiscale, decisioni di spesa e ciclo politico-economico nei Laender tedeschi, co-author E. Galli, in Processi decisionali del federalismo fiscale, P. Catanoso, E. Galli, M. Trimarchi (Eds.), Franco Angeli, Milano, 2002.
21. Are Mutual bank efficient? Evidence from two cost frontier techniques, co-authors, Lopez-Appennini, Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financiéres, (SUERF), SUERF Studies N.15, Vienna, 2002.
22. Political Deficit Cycles: The Case of the Western German Lander, co-author E. Galli, in Louis M. Imbeau and François Pétry (Eds.). Politics, Institutions, and Fiscal Policy: Deficits and surpluses in federated states.
Lanham: Lexington Books, 2004.
23. Banking efficiency in Central and Eastern Europe, co-authors M. Schwaiger and G. Winkler, in Financial Report OeNB (Oesterreichische Nationalbank), n. 8, 2004.
24. Efficienza e competitività delle banche italiane: un confronto con alcuni sistemi bancari europei, co-authos P.
Dongili and A. Zago, in Competitività ed efficienza dell’economia italiana: fattori sistemici e valutazioni quantitative, G. Cella and A.Zago (Eds.), Il Mulino, Bologna, (ISBN 978-88-15-12121-9), pp. 147-196.
(iii) WORKING PAPERS (REFERRED)
25. Investments, Saving and Capital Mobility: an Analysis of the ASEAN Experience, co-author C.Pietrobelli, University of Tor Vergata, Rome, CEIS Working Paper N. 27, 1993.
26. Cointegration between Saving and Investment: an Application to the Oecd Countries, Stanford University, University of Tor Vergata, Rome, CEIS Working Paper N.31, 1995.
27. Analisi quantitativa della variabilità dei prezzi di alcuni beni acquistati dalle pubbliche amministrazioni: il caso del gasolio e dei personal computer, Working Paper ISPE, N.46, 1996.
28. Internationalization of trade in services and the interest of the developing countries. New opportunities and challenges for Senegal, in Working Paper, Istituto di Studi Economici, University of Napoli, “Parthenope”, March, 1998.
29. The positive effect of Industrial District on the export performance of Italian firms, co-author L. Becchetti, University of Tor Vergata, Rome,CEIS Working Paper N. 53, 1998.
30. Cost efficiency of the European Banking system: a Stochastic Frontier approach”, co-authors M. Bagella and L.
Cavallo, University of Tor Vergata, Rome, CEIS Working Paper N. 68, 1998.
31. (1999) " Do environmental variables affect the performance and technical efficiency of the European banking systems? A parametric analysis using the Stochastic Frontier Approach”, co-author L. Cavallo, in Working Paper, N. 4.1999, Istituto di Studi Economici, Università di Napoli, “Parthenope”.
34. Regional macro-econometric modelling for dualistic countries: the case of the Southern Italian Regions.
University of Vienna, Department of Economics, Working Paper N. 0607, 2006.
(iv) OTHER PUBLICATIONS
35. Macroeconomics Modeling of Exchange Rates. Thesis of undergraduate degree, July 1988, awarded for Best Undergraduate Degree Thesis, Budgeting and Planning Ministry, Italy in 1991.
36. La correlazione tra risparmio ed investimenti: un modello teorico per l'analisi della mobilità internazionale dei capitali (Saving-Investment Correlation: a Theoretic Approach to Measuring the International Capital Mobility Across OECD Countries), Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Economics and Institutions, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy, 1993.
37. Trade in Services: Challenges for Senegal, background paper for Senegal in the World Economy, The World Bank, Washington DC, 1997.
European Association for Developing Countries (EADI) VII Conference Berlin, September 15-18, 1993. Session on Monetary and Financial Affairs, paper presented "Financial Integration and Capital Mobility: the Case of ASEAN."
Seminar at the Department of Economics, Stanford University, March 7, 1994, paper presented "Cointegration Between Saving and Investment across the OECD countries".