Cristiano Cantore is a Senior Economist in the Bank’s Research Hub. He has a broad expertise in general equilibrium modelling (DSGE) and his research interests include monetary and fiscal policies, with particular focus on macro labour issues.
Cristiano received his PhD from the University of Kent. He also holds an MSc in Economics from Pompeu Fabra University and a 4 years degree in Economics and Statistics from Bocconi University.
Previously, he has worked at the University of Surrey where he still holds a part-time position as a Reader in Economics.
Cristiano's selected academic publications
The Dynamics of hours worked and technology, with Filippo Ferroni and Miguel León-Ledesma. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, (2017).
Optimal Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Debt Crisis and Management, with Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina and Joseph Pearlman. Macroeconomic Dynamics, (2017).
CES technology and Business Cycle fluctuations, with Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Bo Yang. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, (2015).
Shocking Stuff: Technology, Hours and Factor Substitution, with Miguel León-Ledesma, Peter McAdam and Alpo Willman. Journal of the European Economic Association, (2014).
A Fiscal Stimulus and Jobless Recovery, with Paul Levine and Giovanni Melina. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, (2014).
Getting Normalization Right: Dealing with ’Dimensional Constants’ in Macroeconomics, with Paul Levine. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, (2012).