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Papers

(with Vittorio Daniele), Alle origini del divario, paper presented in the congress Nord e Sud a 150 anni dall’Unità d’Italia, organized by SVIMEZ, Camera dei Deputati, May 30th 2011.

 

(with Elio Lo Cascio), Ancient and Pre-Modern Economies. GDP in the Roman Empire and Early Modern Europe, Venezia, Quantifying Long Run Economic Development, University of Warwick, March 21st- 25th 2011.

The Italian Economy before Modern Growth (2011).

Energy and Population in Europe. The Medieval Growth (10th-14th Centuries), Villa Vigoni, Menaggio, L’Europa come problema, coordinamento T. Ertl, aprile 2009.

A Long Phase of Growth 400 BC-200 AD, Istituto per la Storia Antica di Roma, 22 aprile 2009.

 

Un crac nell'Impero. La Peste Antonina e la fine del mondo antico, in "Multiverso", 2009.

 

(with Vittorio Daniele) Labour Supply in Italy 1861-2001, Structural Change and Regional Disparities (2009)

Paper prepared within the international network for the comparative history of occupational structure (INCHOS), coordinated by Dr Leigh Shaw-Taylor (University of Cambridge) and Professor Osamu Saito (Hitotsubashi University)

 

The Economic Consequences of the Black Death, International Conference Roma-Anacapri October 9th-11th 2008 on La Peste Antonina.

 

The Italian Renaissance Economy (1250-1600)

International Conference Villa La Pietra, Florence, May 10th-12th 2008, Europe in the Late Middle Ages: Patterns of Economic Growth and Crisis.

 

(with Vittorio Daniele), Divari di sviluppo e crescita nel Mediterraneo 1950-2005, Convegno della Società italiana di demografia e statistica (sieds), Bari, 29-31 maggio 2008, Geopolitica del Mediterraneo.

 

(with Salvatore Capasso), Economy and Population in Italy 1300-1913, Convegno della Società Italiana di Demografia Storica (SIDES), Bologna, Dicembre 2007.

 

Decline or Growth? European Towns and Rural Economies 1300-1600, International Conference, University of Vienna 7th- 9th June 2007, Economic Town-Country Relations in Europe in the later Middle Ages and at the Beginning of the Early Modern Period.

 

Pre-Modern Equality. Income Distribution in the  Kingdom of Naples (1811), International Congress of Economic History, Helsinky 2006.