Nadia Garbellini is a research fellow at the University of Bergamo. She held a post-doc position at the University of Pavia after receiving her Ph.D at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy, with a thesis on Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. Her research deals with the application of standard input-output and graph-theoretic techniques to the problems of measurement of productivity changes, international trade, and income distribution.
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