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Pasquale Marco Marrazzo

Economist at the European Central Bank

Marco Marrazzo is an Economist at the European Central Bank in the Risk Management Directorate. He is currently pursuing his Doctoral Programme in Economics at Goethe University in Frankfurt. Marco holds a Bachelor's degree and a Master of Science in Economics and Finance from Bocconi University. During his studies, he spent a semester at EDHEC Business School and at Schulich School of Business.

His academic research revolves around issues of financial econometrics and risk management.

Marco has work experience at the Bank of Italy in the risk management department and at Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic Research (IGIER) on financial econometrics research projects.

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Do wide-reaching reform programmes foster growth?

With growth gathering momentum in the eurozone, some have claimed this is the proof that structural reforms implemented during the crisis are working, re-opening the long-standing debate on the extent to which reforms contribute to fostering long-term growth. This column employs a novel empirical approach – a modified version of the Synthetic Control Method – to estimate the impact of large reform waves implemented in the past 40 years worldwide.

By: Alessio Terzi, Pasquale Marco Marrazzo and Bruegel Topic: Macroeconomic policy Date: March 28, 2018