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Elisa Palagi
Elisa Palagi
Institute of Economics, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
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Inequality, redistributive policies and multiplier dynamics in an agent-based model with credit rationing
E Palagi, M Napoletano, A Roventini, JL Gaffard
Italian Economic Journal 3 (3), 367-387, 2017
142017
Still the lands of equality? On the heterogeneity of individual factor income shares in the Nordics
R Iacono, E Palagi
On the Heterogeneity of Individual Factor Income Shares in the Nordics …, 2020
72020
A Micro Perspective on r> g
R Iacono, E Palagi
International Inequalities Institute, London School of Economics and …, 2022
52022
Reconstructing income inequality in Italy: New evidence and tax policy implications from distributional national accounts
D Guzzardi, E Palagi, A Roventini, A Santoro
LEM Working Paper Series, 2022
42022
An agent-based model of trickle-up growth and income inequality
E Palagi, M Napoletano, A Roventini, JL Gaffard
Available at SSRN 3873764, 2021
22021
Do patents really foster innovation in the pharmaceutical sector? Results from an evolutionary, agent-based model
G Dosi, E Palagi, A Roventini, E Russo
LEM Working Paper Series, 2021
22021
Still the lands of equality? heterogeneity of income composition in the nordics, 1975–2016
R Iacono, E Palagi
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 22 (2), 221-268, 2022
12022
Climate change and the nonlinear impact of precipitation anomalies on income inequality
E Palagi, M Coronese, F Lamperti, A Roventini
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (43), e2203595119, 2022
2022
Heterogeneity in macroeconomics: the compositional inequality perspective
M Ranaldi, E Palagi
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2022
2022
Digitalization, copyright and innovation in the creative industries: an agent-based model
A Martinelli, A Nuvolari, E Palagi, E Russo
LEM Working Paper Series, 2022
2022
Inequality and Macroeconomic Dynamics: An Agent-Based Model
E PALAGI
2016
Heterogeneous returns to wealth and inequality: The comeback of ‘r> g’
R Iacono, E Palagi
Inequality Matters
PS Rojo, JG Rodríguez, R Iacono, E Palagi, G Mazeikaite, JE Reig
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