Daniele Tavani is an Associate Professor of Economics at Colorado State University (CSU). Tavani earned earned his PhD in Economics from The New School for Social Research in 2009, and a Dottorato in Economia Politica (PhD, Political Economy) from Sapienza University of Rome, also in 2009. His research focuses on: (i) the linkages between economic growth and income distribution, and in particular the interaction between the labor market, income shares and technological change; (ii) the role of the public sector in economic growth and income distribution; (iii) the evolution of income distribution in the long run and during economic fluctuations, and recently (iv) the role of social interactions and social multipliers on economic performance. Tavani is an Investigator in the Economics team of a National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) $20 million grant over 5 years instituting a Center of excellence for Risk-based Community Resilience Planning, located at CSU.
CWE-GAM Working Group: Rethinking Macroeconomics
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