- Références sélectionnées :
Moriconi, S., Peri, G. and Turati, R. (2022). Skill of the Immigrants and Vote of the Natives : Immigration and Nationalism in European Elections 2007–2016. European Economic Review, 144, 103986.
Bahar, D., Rapoport, H. and Turati, R. (2020). Birthplace Diversity and Economic Complexity : Cross-country Evidence. Research Policy, 103991.
Docquier, F., Tansel, A., and Turati, R. (2020). Do Emigrants Self-Select Along Cultural Traits ? Evidence from the MENA Countries. International Migration Review, 54(2): 388–422.
Docquier, F., Turati, R., Valette, J. and Chrysovalantis, V. (2020). Birthplace diversity and economic growth : evidence from the US states in the Post-World War II period. Journal of Economic Geography, 20(2): 321–354.
Moriconi, S., Peri, G. and Turati, R. (2019). Immigration and Voting for Redistribution : Evidence from European Elections. Labour Economics 61 : 101765.
- Intervention :
13 avril 2022 : présentation au International Economics and Labor Markets Seminar (IELM seminar), Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne (CES) Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 12.45–13.45, Salle 116.
Titre : « Are Immigrants more Left-Leaning than Natives ? » (avec Simone Moriconi, Giovanni Peri)
Riccardo Turati is a Serra Hunter Fellow and Assistant Professor at the Department of Applied Economics at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, after obtaining a PhD in Economics from UCLouvain. His research aims at providing novel evidence of the impact of international migration outside the labour markets effects, by allowing a substantial crossbreeding with other fields (e.g. political science and sociology) and contributing to several Economics sub-fields beyond International Economics, as Political Economy and Cultural Economics. Relying on empirical methods and observational data, his current research focus on : (i) the political implications in terms of electoral outcomes of immigration, exploiting the consequences of recent inflows and rise of new demographic groups (migrants’ descendants), as well as the role of political preferences in determining emigration and protests in the country of origin ; (ii) the role played by globalization in determining the upsurge of populist parties, and its consequences for societies ; and (iii) the implication of immigration and emigration in shaping origin and destination countries cultural values. His research has been published in the European Economic Review, Research Policy, and Journal of Economic Geography among others.