Stefania AlbanesiUniversity of Pittsburgh
Stefania Albanesi is Professor of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh, a Research Associate at the NBER and a CEPR Research Fellow. She is a macroeconomist whose research interests include the determinants and implications of various dimensions of inequality and the distributional implications of government policies. Her current research focuses on the impact of female participation on aggregate business cycles and on household finance. Prior to her appointment to the University of Pittsburgh, she was a professor at Bocconi University, Duke University, Columbia University and a Research Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.