Dr. Amodio is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and a member of the Institute for the Study Of International Development. He studies market imperfections and their impact on the productivity and efficiency of organizations. He was a Visiting Professor at Yale University, and is also a Research Affiliate at the Montreal Partnership for Human Resource Management, the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the Institute for the Study of Labor and the Centre Interuniv. de Recherche en Économie Quantitative. His work had been published on The Review of Economic Studies, Journal of the European Economic Association and the Economic Journal.
- Labor Economics
- Development Economics
- Political Economy
PhD in Economics (2015): Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Input Allocation, Workforce Management and Productivity Spillovers: Evidence from Personnel Data with Miguel A. Martinez Carrasco, The Review of Economic Studies 85(4), 2018, 1937-1970.
Ethnicity and Violence During Democratic Transitions: Evidence from South Africa with Giorgio Chiovelli, Journal of the European Economic Association 16(4), 2018, 1234-1280.
Making Do with What You Have: Conflict, Input Misallocation and Firm Performance with Michele Di Maio,The Economic Journal 128(615), 2018, 2559-2612.