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Luca Andriani

Research Associate

Luca Andriani is a lecturer of economics at the Department of Management of Birkbeck College University of London. He also holds a part-time lecturer position at the University of Connecticut (London base). Previous academic appointments include sessional lecturer at the Department of Economics, Mathematics and Statistics of Birkbeck College, City University, School of Oriental and African Studies. He is an academic member of the Birkbeck Centre for Innovation Management Research, research associate of the Centre for Palestine Studies (SOAS), member of the Social Capital Working Group for International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE) – SOAS, member of the Association for Social Economics and of the World Economics Association. His educational background includes a BA (Hons) in Political Science in Torino (Italy), a Graduate Diploma, MSc and PhD in Economics at the Deaprtment of Economics of Birkbeck College University of London. His main research interests are social capital, trust, social economics, informal institutions, regional economics, industrial districts and development economics. Currently he is working on the role of the informal network in the Palestinian labour market.

Papers

  • “Tax Morale and Pro-Social Behaviour: Evidence from a Palestinian Survey” Forthcoming ERF Working Paper Series
  • “Social Capital and Regional Unemployment Disparities: The Italian Work” Forthcoming in CIMR Working Paper Series 
  • “The Social Capital and Corruption Puzzle: Evidence from a Palestinian Survey” Palestine Economic and Policy Research Institute (MAS) 2011
  • “Social Capital and Regional Unemployment Disparities: the “Italian Work”” Forthcoming Birkbeck Working Paper
  • “Toward Policies for Promoting Trust in the Palestinian Labour Market” (with Haneen Ghazawna) Palestine Economic and Policy Research Institute (MAS) 2010
  • “Putnam’s Instrument Revisited: The Community Network of the Industrial Districts and a New Proxy of Social Capital”. February 2010 IIPPE Working Paper
  • “Social Capital, Poverty  and Social Exclusion in Italy” (with Dimitrios Karyampas) Birkbeck Working Paper BWPEF 1005 February 2010
  • “Social Capital, Community Governance and Credit Market” Birkbeck Working Paper BWPEF 1003 January 2010
  • “Bonding Versus Bridging Social Capital” (With Elisa Cavatorta and Haneen Ghazawna) in Studies on Social Capital in the Palestinian Territories in “Palestine Economic and Policy Research Institute”(MAS) 2009
  • “Food Insecurity in the Role of Informal Networks in the West Bank” (With Elisa Cavatorta and Haneen Ghazawna) in Studies on Social Capital in the Palestinian Territories in “Palestine Economic and Policy Research Institute”(MAS) 2009

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