Andrea TulliUniversity of Warwick
I am an applied microeconomist who specializes in public economics. In my research, I evaluate the effect of different policies on Italian municipalities, with a particular focus on public procurement and municipal expenditure. In my work, I explore questions such as the effect of anti-corruption policies aimed at one municipal government on the behaviour of neighbouring municipalities, or the effect of greater fiscal decentralization on public budgetary decision. Finally, in my most recent work I study the link between fiscal rules and the effectiveness of procurement spending of the Italian municipalities. I complete my PhD in Economics at the University of Warwick. In the Fall 2020, I will join the University of Tübingen as Assistant Professor in Public Economics.