Domenico Favoino Favoino

Former Research Assistant,

Domenico Favoino, an Italian citizen, currently worked at Bruegel in 2016 as a Research Assistant in the Energy and Climate Policy area in the micro team. Prior to this, heworked as a research assistant at Bocconi University, in the Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management; in particular, he has been involved in a research project regarding firms' markups, productivity and financial capability. Moreover, he worked as a trainee at the European Commission - DG COMP, Office of Principal Advisor, focusing on ex-post economic evaluation of competition policies on energy markets. He holds a Master's degree in Economics and Social Sciences from Bocconi University in Milan.

In his Master's thesis, Domenico made an empirical test of a model of monopolistic competition and trade on European firm-level data, involving the structural estimation of productivity and markup of firms.

His research interests include International Trade, Empirical Industrial Organization and Energy and Climate Policy.

He is fluent in English and Italian.

Featured work

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Update of the EFIGE dataset

The EFIGE dataset on firms' competitivenes was recently updated by extending the panel-level balance sheet data until the year 2014. This post highl

Tommaso Aquilante and Domenico Favoino Favoino
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Is the oil price-GDP link broken?

Oil prices fell to a 12-year low at the beginning of 2016. We find that the drop in the past two years was primarily driven by expectations. In fact,

Georg Zachmann and Domenico Favoino Favoino