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Luca Dedola

Research

Division

Monetary Policy Research

Current Position

Adviser

Email

luca.dedola@ecb.europa.eu

Biography

Other current responsibilities

Adviser in DG-Research, Monetary Policy Research Division

Education

PhD Economics, University of Rochester, 2000

Professional experience

Principal Economist, Monetary Policy Research Division, DG-Research, 2006-2011

Senior Economist, Monetary Policy Research Division, DG-Research, 2003-2006

Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2002-2003

Economist and Senior Economist, Economics and Research Department, Bank of Italy, 1997-2003

External publications
Journal of the European Economic Association 12 (2014), 153-176
The International Dimension of Productivity and Demand Shocks in the US Economy
  • G. Corsetti
  • L. Dedola and S. Leduc
Journal of Monetary Economics 60 (2013), 66–85
Global implications of self-oriented national unconventional policies
  • L. Dedola
  • P. Karadi and G. Lombardo
Economic Policy 27 (2012), 319-359
Financial frictions, financial integration and the international propagation of shocks
  • L. Dedola and G. Lombardo
Handbook of Monetary Economics, Vol. III, North-Holland 2010
Optimal monetary policy in open economies
  • G. Corsetti
  • L. Dedola and S. Leduc
Review of Economic Studies 75 (2008), 443-473.
International Risk-Sharing and the Transmission of Productivity Shocks
  • G. Corsetti
  • L. Dedola and S. Leduc
Journal of Monetary Economics 55 (2008), 1113–1128
High Exchange-Rate Volatility and Low Pass-Through
  • G. Corsetti
  • L. Dedola and S. Leduc
Journal of Monetary Economics 54 (2007), 512-49
What Does a Technology Shock Do? A VAR Analysis with Model Based Sign Restrictions
  • L. Dedola and S. Neri
Journal of International Economics 67 (2005), 129-55
A Macroeconomic Model of International Price Discrimination
  • G. Corsetti and L. Dedola
European Economic Review 49 (2005), 1543-69
The Monetary Transmission Mechanism: Evidence from the Industries of Five OECD countries
  • L. Dedola and F. Lippi