Tuesday 13 November, 5:00 pm
The labour market after the Jobs Act
An initiative arising from the NEOS publication edited by Francesco Beraldi and Ivan Lagrosa
Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa, Aula 3 | Piazza Martiri della Libertà 33, Pisa
Tuesday 13 November, at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa a public initiative will take place to analyze what happened in Italy following the introduction of the labour market reform known as the Jobs Act, and to reflect on the objectives that motivated it.
In the debate, after having briefly outlined the correct way in which to approach an evaluation of a reform’s effects, the objectives of the Jobs Act and the progress of the market following its introduction will be explained. Based on the data, the three economists involved – Andrea Ichino (European University Institute), Antonello Motroni (Mefop) and Michele Pellizzari (University of Geneva) – will offer a framework of the effects that this legislative intervention generated in our country. The event will also take into consideration the pension system, whose interconnections with the labour market are manifold.
The meeting will take as its starting point the NEOS publication “Jobs Act. Il mercato del lavoro due anni dopo”, edited by Ivan Lagrosa e Francesco Beraldi.
In partnership with The Student Association of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna & the “Luigi Einaudi” Research Centre
Professor of Political History at the European University Institute of Florence.
Economic analyst at Mefop
Michele Pellizzari is Professor of Economics at the University of Geneva. Previously he worked as an economist at the OECD, in Paris, and as Assistant Professor at the Bocconi University in Milan. He is also a member of many socio-economic research institutes, including the CEPR in London and the IZA in Bonn. His principle research areas are the labour market and microeconomics.
Student of the University of Turin and allievo at Collegio Carlo Alberto.
Student at Bocconi University and member of CEST.