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- Can school centralisation foster human capital accumulation? A quasi-experiment from early XX century Italy
Department of Economics University of Siena, Department of Economics, University of Siena View citations (3)
- The legacy of history or the outcome of reforms? Primary education and literacy in Liberal Italy (1871-1911)
Department of Economics University of Siena, Department of Economics, University of Siena
- Still a long way to go: decomposing income inequality across Italy’s regions, 1871 – 2011
Working Papers, European Historical Economics Society (EHES)
- European Trade, Colonialism and Human Capital Accumulation in Senegal, Gambia and Western Mali, 1770 - 1900
CESifo Working Paper Series, CESifo
- Does centralisation foster human capital accumulation? Quasi-experimental evidence from Italy’s Liberal Age
Working Papers, Economic History Society View citations (2)
- The Evolution of Human Capital in Africa, 1730 -1970: A Colonial Legacy?
CEPR Discussion Papers, C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers View citations (5)
- Escaping from a human capital trap? Italy’s regions and the move to centralized primary schooling, 1861 - 1936
Department of Economics University of Siena, Department of Economics, University of Siena View citations (7)
See also Journal Article in European Review of Economic History (2016)
- European Trade, Colonialism, and Human Capital Accumulation in Senegal, Gambia and Western Mali, 1770â€“1900
The Journal of Economic History, 2017, 77, (3), 920-951
- Was Putnam Wrong? The Determinants of Social Capital in Italy around 1900
Rivista di storia economica, 2017, (3), 277-314
- Escaping from a human capital trap? Italy's regions and the move to centralized primary schooling, 1861–1936
European Review of Economic History, 2016, 20, (1), 46-65 View citations (4)
See also Working Paper (2013)
- Globalization and the Rise of Mass Education
Palgrave Studies in Economic History, Palgrave Macmillan
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