I am Full Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento. Currently, at the University of Trento, I am member of the Academic Senate, of the Board of Directors of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences, and of the Executive Committee of two Doctoral Programs: “Sustainability: Economics, Environment, Management and Society” and “Development Economics and Local Systems” (with the University of Florence). I teach advanced microeconomics and labour economics (BA, MA and PhD students). My research mainly concerns household economic choices and their welfare consequences, in both developed (Europeans) and developing countries. In recent years, I worked particularly on the quality of employment in the early labour market experience of young Europeans, with a particular attention to intergenerational and gender inequalities, and the effects of the socioeconomic and policy context. A large part of my work is based on microeconometric analyses.
Articles by Gabriella Berloffa
Università degli Studi di Trento