Research keywords: Macroeconomics, Labour Economics.
Giulio Fella is a Professor in Economics in the School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London. One strand of his research has focused on the welfare and employment implications of employment protection measures. A second area of research is the equilibrium analysis of large-scale policy interventions. In particular, he has studied the relative costs and benefits of education policy versus harsher sentencing as means of reducing crime.
He has also written on numerical methods, human capital investment and family economics. He has published, among other journals, in The Review of Economic Studies, The Journal of the European Economic Association, Review of Economic Dynamics and European Economic Review. He holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and a BSc from Università Bocconi.
- Fella G., Gallipoli G. (2014) "Education and Crime over the Life Cycle", The Review of Economic Studies.
- Fella G. (2014) "A Generalized Endogenous Grid Method for Non-Smooth and Non-Concave Problems", Review of Economic Dynamics, 17(2), 329-344.
- Fella G., Tyson C.J. (2013) "Privately Optimal Severance Pay", The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, Contributions, 13(1), 415-454.
- Fella G. (2012) "Matching, Wage Rigidities and Efficient Severance Pay", The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, Contributions, 12(1).