Michele Boldrin is the Joseph Gibson Hoyt Distinguished Professor in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. He is also a Fellow at the Econometric Society. He has a degree from the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester.
He researches business cycles and asset pricing, growth and demographic change, innovation and intellectual property, and public policy and the welfare state.
“Habit Persistence, Assets Returns and the Business Cycle” (with L. Christiano and J. Fisher) First version: October 1994. American Economic Review 91 (2001), 149-166
“Inequality and Convergence: Reconsidering European Regional Policies” (with Fabio Canova) Economic Policy, 32 (2001), 207-253
“Intellectual Property and the Efficient Allocation of Surplus from Creation” Review of Economic Research in Copyright Issues, 2 (2005), 45-67