Andrea BorsatoUniversity Of Siena
I achieved a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance in 2015 and a Master of Science in Economics in 2017, both at the University of Cagliari. I wrote a dissertation during the bachelor entitled “The Theory of Hysteresis: Postulates and Empirical Evidence” (Supervisor Prof. Giovanni Bella), while my M.Sc. thesis was about Kaldorian economics: the title was precisely “Kaldor’s Models on Economic Growth. An Application to the Italian case” (Supervisor Prof. Emanuela Marrocu).
I am currently a PhD candidate in Economics, and I wrote a thesis on Secular Stagnation in the USA. My PhD advisors are Prof. Mauro Caminati and Prof. Riccardo Pariboni. I spent a Visiting Research year in United Kingdom during this PhD triennium. In particular, I spent seven months at the University of Greenwich under the supervision of Prof. Alberto Botta, while in the remaining five months I worked with Prof. Marco Veronese Passarella as supervisor at the Leeds University Business School (LUBS). More in general, my research interests concern to Economic History, History of Economic Thought, Post-Keynesian Economics, Agent-based Stock-Flow Consistent Modeling, Time-Series Econometrics.