Filippo di Mauro

Current Research Activities



- Chairman/Director of CompNet, the Competitiveness Research Network


- Teaching:

     - Business School (NUS) - 2 macro-economics courses to MBAs (Jan-May 2017)




Ongoing Research

1) Banks, credit and Productivity growth (with F. Hassan and G. Ottaviano). ECB WP forthcoming Jan. 2017

2) Decomposing total factor revenue productivity (with G. Mion and D. Stoehlker). ECB WP forthcoming Jan. 2017

3)The role of labour market institutions on wages and employment: a firm level analysis (with M.Ronchi). ECB WP forthcoming March 2017

4) "The Economics of Firms productivity". Book in preparation for Oxford University Press (end 2017)

5) Impact of structural reform on firms productivity (with F. Ghironi et al).

6) Analysing Global value chains localisation factors




Latest Conference Organisation


Just Completed:

- "Productivity and External Rebalancing", Prague 21-22 April 2016


- "4th CBRT-ECB Conference: Economic Growth and Inconme converegence"

Izmir, Turkey, 1-3 September, 2016



- World Bank-CompNet Conference on ""Second Generation Productivity Analysis and Policy",

18-19 October 2016,Washington DC, USA.



- NUS Business school, European Central Bank, ADB, ADBI, Monetary Authority of Singapore, -  

Singapore 17,18 January 2017 - Financial Regulations: Intermediation, Stability and Productivity (I)


Forthcoming:


- Annual Conference CompNet, 29-30 June 2017, Brussels


- 5th CBRT-ECB conference, September 2017



Recent Conferences partecipation/presentations



- Central Europe’s Growth Perspectives in a ‘New Normal’ World

6th Annual NBP Conference on the Future of the European Economy (CFEE)

Warsaw, 14 October 2016

- UTokyo-IMF/OAP Seminar  "Coping with Macroeconomic Vulnerabilities and Spillovers" on Nov. 7-8



Forthcoming Conferences partecipation  


- World Bank. Kuala Lumpur (23 February) - Seminar presentation (see Most recent presentations)



MOST RECENT BOOKS









1) On international linkages.


"The GVAR Handbook" (with H. Pesaran)  


2) On impacts of Global value chains.


"The Age of Value Chains" (with J. Amador)