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I am Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Naples Federico II and Research Fellow at​ the Center for Studies in Economics and Finance ( CSEF)


I received my PhD in Economics from the University of Naples Federico II in 2014.

My research interests are in Organizational Economics, Political Economy, Procurement, Household Finance.

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My research interests are in Organizational Economics, Political Economy, Procurement, Household Finance.


Publications

● Brunella Bruno, Alexandra D'Onofrio, Immacolata Marino (2018). Determinants of Bank Lending in Europe and the United States: Evidence from Crisis and Post Crisis Years. In "Finance and Investment: The European Case." Edited by C. Mayer, S. Micossi, M. Onado, M. Pagano and A. Polo. Oxford University Press, 2018.


● Brunella Bruno, Alexandra D'Onofrio, Immacolata Marino (2018). Financial Structure and Corporate Investment in Europe: Evidence from the Crisis Years. In "Finance and Investment: The European Case." Edited by C. Mayer, S. Micossi, M. Onado, M. Pagano and A. Polo. Oxford University Press, 2018.


● Brunella Bruno, Immacolata Marino (2016). NPLs and Resource Allocation in Crisis and Post Crisis Years: Evidence from European Banks, in The Changing Face of Banking: Banking Industry, Behavioural Economics, Regulation and Supervision, 21st Report on the Italian Financial System. Edited by G. Bracchi, U. Filotto and D. Masciandaro. Fondazione Rosselli. pp. 117-144. Edibank.


● Tullio Jappelli, Immacolata Marino, Mario Padula (2014). Households’ Saving and Debt in Italy. Politica economica - Journal of Economic Policy (PEJEP), 2-3/2014, pp. 175-202.


● Tullio Jappelli, Immacolata Marino and Luigi Pistaferri (2012). Consumption Inequality. Chapter in Disuguaglianze Diverse. Edited by D. Checchi, il Mulino, Bologna.


● Immacolata Marino, Filippo Pericoli, Luigi Ventura (2011). Tax Incentives And Household Investment In Complementary Pension Insurance: Some Recent Evidence From The Italian Experience. Risk Management and Insurance Review, 14(2), pp. 157-309.


Completed papers

● Direct Propagation of a Fiscal Shock: Evidence from Italy’s Stability Pact. (with D. Coviello, T. Nannicini, and N. Persico). April 2017, CSEF Working Papers No. 484, Centre for Studies in Economics and Finance (CSEF), University of Naples, Italy.


On Going Research

● Firm Entry, Export and the E ffect of Alleviating the Burden of Bureaucracy. (with A. Acconcia).


● Asset quality and portfolio choices. Evidence from Euro area banks. (with B. Bruno).


Non-Econ Contributions

● The Burden of Cancer in Italy and Possible Regional Environmental Influences: Focus on Hospitalizations in Pediatric Population and Young Adults per Province from 2001 to 2011. First Results from the EPIKIT Study under the E.U. COHEIRS Project on Environment and Health. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2017, 14(5), 495; doi:10.3390/ijerph14050495. (with P. Piscitelli et al.).


Teaching

  • Please refer to my taching web page: here

Contact info

  • Department of Economics and Statistics
  • Via Cinthia - Monte S.Angelo, 80126 - Napoli, Italy
  • Room E25
  • immacolata.marino@unina.it
  • miss.immamarino@gmail.com
  • +39 081675020

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