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24 November 2006

Martawardaya, Berly and Salotti, Simone (2006): Is It Time to Get Radical? A Game Theoritic analysis of Asian Crisis and Capital Control.

2008

Salotti, Simone (2008): Global imbalances and household savings: the role of wealth. Forthcoming in: Social Science Journal (2010)

2009

Salotti, Simone (2009): Wealth effect in the US: evidence from brand new micro-data.

December 2009

Salotti, Simone and Marattin, Luigi (2009): On the usefulness of government spending in the EU area.

Salotti, Simone and Marattin, Luigi (2009): On the usefulness of government spending in the EU area.

Marattin, Luigi and Salotti, Simone (2009): On the usefulness of government spending in the EU area. Forthcoming in: Journal of Socio-Economics , Vol. forthc, No. forthcoming (2011)

April 2010

Marattin, Luigi and Salotti, Simone (2010): Productivity and per capita GDP growth: the role of the forgotten factors. Published in: Economic Modelling (2011)

Salotti, Simone (2010): An appraisal of the wealth effect in the US: evidence from pseudo-panel data.

February 2012

Salotti, Simone (2012): Wealth effect in the US: evidence from the combination of two surveys. Published in: The Economic and Social Review , Vol. 1, No. 43 (2012): pp. 67-98.

March 2014

Furceri, Davide and Sacchi, Agnese and Salotti, Simone (2014): Can fiscal decentralization alleviate government consumption volatility?

June 2014

Sacchi, Agnese and Salotti, Simone (2014): The impact of national fiscal rules on the stabilisation function of fiscal policy.

July 2014

Sacchi, Agnese and Salotti, Simone (2014): The asymmetric nature of fiscal decentralization: theory and practice.

October 2014

De Vita, Glauco and Livanos, Ilias and Salotti, Simone (2014): Involuntary non-standard employment: evidence from Italian regions.

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