Teaching Staff

Bruno Chiarini

“Parthenope” University of Naples
Chiarini

He studied at the University of Rome, La Sapienza, the University of Manchester (M.A) and the University of Southampton (Ph.D). He was a visiting scholar several times at Columbia University in New York (School of Business and Economic Department) and participated as a member of the Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics in Chicago. Current position: Full Professor of  Economics, Department of Economics and Legal Studies, University of  Napoli, Parthenope.
He taught at the University of Molise, Campobasso (Italy); University of Rome, “La Sapienza”, and University of Napoli, “Parthenope”. Since 2001 he is Full Professor, Economics, (Political Economy) University of Napoli, “Parthenope”; Advisor to the Italian Labour Ministry and Italian Budget Ministry; Advisor at NARS-CIPE (a regulatory agency in public utilities’ services) at the Economics Ministry; National Coordinator of Research Projects of National Interest MIUR (PRIN 2006 and 2008); Chief Editor of Open Economic Journal; Member of the working group on “the Informal Economy in Italy" chaired by Enrico Giovannini at the Ministry of Economy; Consultant at SOSE (Society for Sector Studies, now Company for Economic Services); Consultant for Studiare e Sviluppo (Studying & Development) at the Finance Department of the Ministry of Economy.
Current teachings: Strategic analysis for economic policy: Introduction to Game Theory at the University of Naples Parthenope. Industrial Economy and Strategic Behaviour, at the University of  Rome, Tor Vergata.
Current Research Interest: Econometric Analysis and Economic Modelling; Stochastic Dynamic General Equilibrium Models; Fiscal policy: Tax evasion and underground economy; Applied Game Theory.