Filippo di Mauro

Research Activities

CURRENT ACTIVITIES

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Chairman of CompNet, the Competitiveness Research Network

- Coordinator of the Productivity Research Network (PRN)

- Consultant Monetary Authority of Singapore - Modeling global and Financial interactions

- Consultant Singapore Economic Development Board - Productivity analysis

Teaching: Business School (NUS) 3 macro/international economics courses to MBAs (Jan-April 2018)

ONGOING RESEARCH

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CONFERENCES

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1) Constructing GVAR toolbox for the analysis of the Singapore Economy (SINGVAR) and its banking sector

2) Banks, credit and Productivity growth (with F. Hassan and G. Ottaviano). Under review for the Review  of Financial Studies

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

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

5) Global value chains localisation factors

Just Completed

Forthcoming

Conferences participation

- UTokyo-IMF/OAP Seminar  "Coping with Macroeconomic Vulnerabilities and Spillovers" Nov. 7-8, 2016

- World Bank. Kuala Lumpur (23 February, 2017) - Seminar presentation (see Most recent presentations)

- Conference Sovereign Bond market 6-7 April 2017 (see discussion)

HWWI-Reinventing Bretton wood, 3 July 2017 (see presentation)

- Rencontres Economiques, Aix en Provence, 8 July 2017 (see presentation and video)

Singapore Economic Review, August 2-4, 2017 (see presentation)

Conference CAMA- Australian Treasury, Canberra 22-23 August 2017 (see presentation)

- Conference HKMA-BIS, Hong Kong, 28-19 August 2017 (see discussion)

- 5th CBRT-ECB conference, 6-7 October 2017, Izmir (see discussion)

PIIE - Impact of lower productivity - 9 November 2017  

- Productivity Commission, New Zealand - 13 February 2018


MOST RECENT BOOKS

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 On international linkages.

"The GVAR Handbook"

(with H. Pesaran)

On impacts of Global value chains.

"The Age of Value Chains"

(with J. Amador)