Antonio Ciccone, Ph.D.
Professor of Macroeconomics
Antonio Ciccone is a professor of macroeconomics at the department of economics of the University of Mannheim. Before coming to Mannheim, he taught at several institutions including the University of California at Berkeley, USA and Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain.
Curriculum Vitae Short Biography
- Democratic Tipping Points, March 2018 (CEPR DP 12785)
- Commodity Prices and Civil War Outbreak: New Evidence, January 2018 (CEPR DP 12625), Appendix A: Dealing with Mismeasured Commodity Export Shares, Appendix B: Appendix Figures and Tables
- The Human Capital Stock: A Generalized Approach, Comment, with Francesco Caselli, March 2018, forthcoming American Economic Review
- Industry Interaction Models in Macro and International, April 2017
- Agricultural Risk and the Spread of Religious Communities, (with Philipp Ager), Journal of the European Economic Association, 16 (4), 2018, pp. 1021-68. Supplementary Appendix
- One Effect to Rule them All? A Comment on Climate and Conflict, (with 25 co-authors), Climatic Change, 127, (3-4), 2014, 391-397.
- The Contribution of Schooling in Development Accounting: Results from a Nonparametric Upper Bound, (with F. Caselli), Journal of Development Economics, 104, 2013, 199-211.
- Estimating Effect of Transitory Economic Shocks on Civil Conflict, Review of Economics and Institutions, 4 (2), 2013, 1-14.
- Oil Price Shocks, Income, and Democracy, (with M. Brückner and A. Tesei), Review of Economics and Statistics, 94 (2), 2012, 389-399.
- Economic Shocks and Civil Conflict: A Comment, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 3 (4), 2011, 215-227 (Web Appendix).
- Rain and the Democratic Window of Opportunity, (with M. Brückner), Econometrica, 79 (3), 2011, 923-947.
- Determinants of Economic Growth: Will Data Tell?, (with M. Jarocinski), American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 2 (4), 2010, 222-246 (Web Appendices A and B, C, D).
- International Commodity Prices, Growth, and Civil War in Sub-Saharan Africa, (with M. Brückner), The Economic Journal, 120 (544), 2010, 519-534.
- Human Capital, the Structure of Production, and Growth, (with E. Papaioannou), Review of Economics and Statistics, 91 (1), 2009, 66-82.
- Red Tape and Delayed Entry, (with E. Papaioannou), Journal of European Economic Association, Papers and Proceedings, 5 (2-3), 2007, 444-458.
- Identifying Human Capital : Externalities: Theory with Applications, (with G. Peri), Review of Economic Studies, 73 (2), 2006, 381-412.
- Long-run Substitutability Between More and Less Educated Workers: Evidence from US States 1950-1990, (with G. Peri), Review of Economics and Statistics, 87 (4), 2005, 652-663.
- The Private and Social Return to Schooling in Italy, (with F. Cingano and P. Cipollone), Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia, December 2004.
- On Payoff Heterogeneity in Games with Strategic Complementarities, (with J. Costain), Oxford Economic Papers, 56 (4), 2004, 701-713.
- Resistance to Reform: Status Quo Bias in the Presence of Individual-Specific Uncertainty: Comment, American Economic Review, 94 (3), 2004, 785-795.
- Trade and Productivity, (with F. Alcala), Quarterly Journal of Economics, CXIX (2), 2004, 613-646.
- Human Capital in a Global and Knowledge-Based Economy, (with A. de la Fuente), Report, European Comission, DG Employment and Social Affairs, 2002.
- Input Chains and Industrialization,Review of Economic Studies, 69 (3), 2002, 565-587.
- Agglomeration Effects in Europe, European Economic Review, 46 (2), 2002, 213-227.
- Efficiency and Equilibrium with Dynamic Increasing Aggregate Returns due to Demand Complementarities, (with K. Matsuyama, Econometrica, 67 (3), 1999, 499-525.
- Start-up Costs and Pecuniary Externalities as Barriers to Economic Development, (with K. Matsuyama), Journal of Development Economics, 49 (1), 1996, 33-59.
- Productivity and the Density of Economic Activity, (with R. Hall), American Economic Review, 86 (1), 1996, 54-70.