Fabrizio Pompei is associate professor in Applied Economics (SECS P/06),
at the Department of Economics, University of Perugia. He has also attained
in December 2012 the abilitation for Full Professor in Economic Policy
(SECS P/02). Before working as associate professor he was employed as
assistant professor in Political Economy (SECS P/01), in the same Department.
He was born in 1967, in Rome , Italy. After his undergraduate studies
he attained a PhD degree in “Economics and Finance” at the
University of Verona. He also attained a PhD degree in “Agricultural
Economics” at the University of Perugia, and a Msc diploma in
“Agricultural Economics” at the University of Naples (Federico
II) and at the University of Rennes (France).
His main research interests are focused on the relationships among labour,
productivity, innovation, and their effects on wage and income inequalities.
He is also interested in the interplay between the market for corporate
control and the innovative capacity of firms.
He has published scientific articles in World Development, Cambridge
Journal of Economics, Energy Economics, Journal of Policy Modeling,
Journal of Small Business Management, International Labour Review, International
Journal of Manpower, International Review of Applied Economics, Review
of Regional Studies, European Journal of Comparative Economics, Post-Communist
Economies, Corporate Ownership and Control.
He taught Economics of Innovation, Macroeconomics and International
Economics of Tourism , from 2002 to 2015, and is presently teaching
Industrial Economics (Bachelor degree level) and Industrial Economics
and Dynamics (Master degree level) at the University of Perugia, Department
He is member of the executive committee in the Italian Association for
Comparative Economic Studies (AISSEC) and he has carried out referee
reports for International Review of Applied Economics, Economic Systems,
Review of Industrial Organization, European Journal of Comparative Economics,
Emerging Markets, Finance and Trade and Review of Economics and Institutions.