Giuseppe Berlingieri
Assistant Professor, Economics Department

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Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
General Information Research Areas Publications Teaching Other Activities

The London School of Economics, Ph.D. in Economics,

M.Res. in Economics, M.Sc. in Economics (with distinction)

The University of Genoa, Italian State Examination in Engineering, Laurea Magistrale (M.Sc.) in Management Engineering,

Laurea Magistrale (M.Sc.) in Management Engineering Summa cum Laude.

Research Areas

Main Fields 
International Economics, Organizational Economics

Secondary Field 
Macroeconomics, Industrial Organization

On-going Projects

"Why do Multinationals Exist? The Role of Knowledge and Services", joint with Frank Pisch and Claudia Steinwender

"Outsourcing in a thin market: the role of specialization and firm capabilities", joint with Luis Garicano and Catherine Thomas

Academic Publications
  "Organizing Global Supply Chains: Input-Output Linkages and Vertical Integration" (G. Berlingieri, F. Pisch, C. Steinwender), Journal of the European Economic Association
  "The Impact of Trade Agreements on Consumer Welfare - Evidence from the EU Common External Trade Policy" (G. Berlingieri, H. Breinlich, S. Dhingra), Journal of the European Economic Association, Dec 2018, Vol. 16/6, p. 1881‑1928
  "The Productivity-Wage Premium: Does Size Still Matter in a Service Economy?" (G. Berlingieri, S. Calligaris, C. Criscuolo), AEA Papers and Proceedings, May 2018, Vol. 108, p. 328‑333

  Export Dynamics and the Sourcing of Service Inputs. In: Developments in Global Sourcing (with L. Marcolin). : MIT Press, Wilhelm Kohler, Erdal Yalcin. 2018, p. 145-168
  Il Buono, il Brutto, il Cattivo: la Divergenza nella Produttività tra Settori e Imprese Italiane. In: Salari, Produttività, Disuguaglianze. Verso un Nuovo Modello Contrattuale? (with S. Calligaris, S. Costa, C. Criscuolo). : AREL, il Mulino, Carlo Dell'Aringa, Claudio Lucifora and Tiziano Treu. 2017

Professional Publications
  "A Study of 16 Countries Shows That the Most Productive Firms (and Their Employees) Are Pulling Away from Everyone Else" (G. Berlingieri, P. Blanchenay, C. Criscuolo), Harvard Business Review, Jul 2017
  "Firm-level Productivity Differences: Insights from the OECD's MultiProd Project" (G. Berlingieri, P. Blanchenay, S. Calligaris, C. Criscuolo), International Productivity Monitor, May 2017, Vol. 32, p. 97‑115

Working papers
  "The MultiProd Project: A Comprehensive Overview" (with P. Blanchenay, S. Calligaris, C. Criscuolo). OECD STI Working Papers, 2017/04 May 17.
  "The Great Divergence(s)" (with P. Blanchenay, C. Criscuolo). OECD STI Policy Papers, 39 May 17.
  "Variety Growth, Welfare Gains and the Fall of the Iron Curtain" London School of Economics, Mimeo Nov 13.
  "Outsourcing and the Rise in Services" Discussion Papers, Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, 1199 Apr 13.

Teaching at ESSEC

ESSEC Business School:

Assistant Professor in Economics.

BBA: International Trade

MiM: International Economics  

Other Teaching Activities

The London School of Economics:

Teaching Assistant October 2011 - June 2012, EC315 - International Economics

Teaching Assistant 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, Stata Course for M.Sc. Economics students

Teaching Fellow and Academic Advisor October 2010 - September 2011, EC421 - International Economics

Teaching Fellow and Course Manager October 2009 - September 2010, EC201 - Microeconomic Principles I

Teaching Assistant October 2008 - June 2009, EC201 - Microeconomic Principles I

Awards and Distinctions

Paris Seine Initiative for Excellence - Emergence Project

"Giovanna Crivelli" Scholarship, Unicredit Group 2007-2009

Scholarship for post-graduate courses abroad, University of Bologna 2006-2007

"Armando Magliotto" prize, Coop Liguria and University of Genoa 2006

Top 1% student award, University of Genoa 2004, 2006

"Gianantonio Ferro" prize, Engineering Faculty, University of Genoa 2003, 2004

Scientific Activities
Conference Presentations
AEA Annual Meeting (2018, 2017); Conference on Global Production (NUS, 2017); SEM Annual Conference (MIT, 2017); CompNet Annual Conference (European Commission, 2017); AFSE Annual Meeting (2017, 2012); ESSEC-HEC-INSEAD Management Workshop (Paris, 2017); CEP Annual Conference (2017, 2014, 2013, 2010); CEPR-CEBRA Conference "International Trade and Macroeconomic Interdependence in the Age of Global Value Chains'' (Bank of Lithuania, 2016); DEGIT XXI Conference (University of Nottingham, 2016); EEA Annual Congress (CICG and Graduate Institute, 2016); SIOE Conference (Sciences Po, 2016); CEPR-EUI Conference "Empirical Investigations in Services Trade'' (2016); Marco Fanno Alumni Workshop (2016); RMET Conference (FREIT, University of Calgary, 2016); Midwest International Economics Meeting (2016, 2009); CEPR-KU Leuven Workshop on "Understanding the Micro-Channels Affecting Growth'' (2016); Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (2016); Trinity College Dublin (2016); ETSG Conference (2009, 2014, 2015); CESifo Venice Summer Institute (2015); University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2015); IMT Lucca (2015); National University of Singapore (2015); Université Catholique de Louvain (2015); EBRD (2014, 2015); University of Sussex (2015); Ecole Polytechnique (2015); ESSEC Business School (2015); TIGN Conference (IDB - Universidad de Chile, 2014); EITI Conference (FREIT, Keio University, and ERIA, 2014); CEP International Economics Seminar (2008-14); Midwest Macro Meeting (University of Minnesota, 2013);  IV CICSE Conference (University of Pisa, 2013); MOOD (EIEF, 2013); GEP Postgraduate Conference (University of Nottingham, 2013); European Workshop in Macroeconomics (OeNB, Vienna, 2012); "New World, New Capitalism" Symposium (Paris, 2009, selected participant); IMF MCM Seminar (DC, 2008); VIIIth RIEF Doctoral meeting (Universitat de Barcelona, 2008); "MITIP" Conference (University of Genoa, 2002).

Affiliations and Academic Responsibilities

OECD, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation 

Research Associate
The Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics

Professional Experience

The Centre for Economic PerformanceLSE, October 2008 - October 2013

Research Assistant to Prof. Saul Estrin, Dr. Ralf Martin, Dr. Mirabelle Muuls, Prof. Stephen Redding, Prof. Silvana Tenreyro, and Dr. Catherine Thomas.

The International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, June - September 2008

Summer Internship, Monetary and Capital Markets Department. Research project: "How Much is Too Much? Further Analysis of Reserve Accumulation in Asia". Ref. Dr. Herman Z. Bennett

The University of Essex, October 2007 - June 2008

Research Assistant to Dr. Holger Breinlich. Research project: "Firm Expansion and Contraction through Mergers and Acquisitions: Determinants, Relative Importance and Implications for Economic Eciency". Firm-level data analysis at the Virtual Microdata Laboratory - Office for National Statistics.

The OECD, Paris, June - September 2007

Summer Internship, Economics Department. I contributed to the papers: "Infrastructure investment: links to growth and the role of public policies" and "Infrastructure and growth: empirical evidence", OECD Economics Working Papers No. 685 and 686 (2009). Ref. Dr. Douglas Sutherland

The University of Genoa - DIPTEM, June 2002 - December 2004

Research Assistant to Dr. Flavio Tonelli. Research project: "Development & Piloting of Basic On-Line Training Courses" (BATCOS), Leonardo Da Vinci II Programme.
Team Coordinator, ALADDIN project. Participation in the "Mondialogo Engineering Award", launched by UNESCO and Daimler Chrysler. Ref. Prof. Roberto Mosca
Research Assistant to Eng. Filippo Queirolo. Virtual Calizzano project, a Java Multi-Agent System applied to a SME. Implementation of the Inventory Management Module. 

Lehman Brothers, London, July - September 2005

Summer Internship, Investment Banking Division, Equity Capital Markets. Company coverage, investors and stock analysis, development of business opportunities, pitches. Ref. Dott. Andrea Donzelli (Head of Italian ECM)

Barclays Capital, Milan and London, April - June 2005

Analyst, Investment Banking Division, Leveraged Finance. Refinancing of Parmalat S.p.A.; risk analysis tool implemented in MS Excel applied to a model of Leveraged Buy-Out. Ref. Dott. Guido Pescione (MD, Head of Italian IBD and DCM)

Baxter Healthcare, Thetford, UK August - November 2003

Internship, European headquarters of Operational and Supply Management. Production Planning, production constraints modelling in MS Access. Ref. Eng. Lorenzo Salvi

Calizzano S.p.A., Savona, Italy, November 2001 - June 2002

External Consultant. Implementation of simulation models in Simul8TM to analyse production lines in the framework of a global re-organisation project. Ref. Dott. Paolo Nan

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