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Sergio Cesaratto

Sergio Cesaratto

Sergio Cesaratto (Rome, 1955) studied at Sapienza, where he graduated under the direction of Garegnani in 1981 and received his doctorate in 1988. He obtained a Master's degree in Manchester in 1986. He worked as a researcher at CNR where he was of Innovation Economics. In 1992 he became a researcher at La Sapienza, and then associate professor in Siena where he teaches Economic Policy and Development Economics.

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Sergio Cesaratto (Rome, 1955) studied at Sapienza, where he graduated under the direction of Garegnani in 1981 and received his doctorate in 1988. He obtained a Master's degree in Manchester in 1986. He worked as a researcher at CNR where he was of Innovation Economics. In 1992 he became a researcher at La Sapienza, and then associate professor in Siena where he teaches Economic Policy and Development Economics. He mainly dealt with the theory of growth and analysis of pension systems in an unorthodox perspective. He has published numerous articles in Italian and international journals, including Research Policy, the Cambridge Journal of Economics and Review of Political Economy, as well as contributions to volumes in English and a book on the economics of pension systems with the publisher Edward Elgar. He has written numerous articles on the manifesto.