Cristiano Perugini

Curriculum Vitae

Cristiano Perugini (born 16.08.1972) is currently employed as Associate Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Perugia, where he carries out research and teaching activities. He has recently (December 2012) attained the habilitation for Full Professor (Economic Policy) and is Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration (SWING).
After having attended the Faculty of Economics of the University of Perugia, in 2002 he obtained a PhD at the University of Naples Federico II and at the University of Siena, defending the thesis titled “Assessment at microeconomic level of public support to the agricultural sector". During his Phd studies he also attained a Msc diploma in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
He has been working as Assistant Professor (2007-2012) and Post-Doc Fellow (2002-2006) at the Department of Economics, Finance and Statistics, University of Perugia.

His main current research areas include regional development disparities patterns and determinants, transition dynamics and effects on inequaliy and labour markets, local development, regional labour markets, income distribution dynamics at country and regional level.

He has been leading international projects such as the EU J. Monnet Research and Information project INEQ and the EU J. Monnet Chair SWING. He is currently one of the Project Manager of the Centre of Excellence Rights & Science (see more), financed in the framework of the EACEA J. Monnet Activities.

Since 2002 he has been teaching Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International Economics, Environmental Economics, Emerging Markets, Economic Analysis of Inequality.

Since 2015 he is the director of the Phd program in Economics at the University of Perugia (see more).

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