CAPPELLI GABRIELE

Gabriele
Cappelli
Ricercatore Legge 240/10 - tempo determinato

Presentation

Gabriele Cappelli is Assistant Professor (RTD-B) of Economic History. He is currently teaching Economic History at the undergraduate level and within the PhD programme in Economics. He graduated in Economics at the University of Siena, and holds a PhD in History and Civilization from the European University Institute. His research explores the formation of institutions, human capital and social capital in the long run, and the impact of such factors on regional economic growth in Italy as well as other world regions. His work has been published in the Economic History Review, the Journal of Economic History, the European Review of Economic History, Cliometrica and the Journal of Interdisciplinary History.

Office hours

Office hours held on Tuesdays, 10.00 - 12.00

Skype contact: gabriele.cappelli@unisi.it

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching activities

Completion accademic year: 2020/2021

Course year: 1 First cycle degree (DM 270) ECONOMICS AND BANKING A.Y. 2020/2021

Completion accademic year: 2019/2020

Course year: 1 First cycle degree (DM 270) ECONOMICS AND BANKING A.Y. 2019/2020

Completion accademic year: 2018/2019

Course year: 1 First cycle degree (DM 270) ECONOMICS AND BANKING A.Y. 2018/2019

Research

Ultime pubblicazioni:

  • Cappelli, G., & Vasta, M. (In corso di stampa). A “Silent Revolution”: school reforms and Italy’s educational gender gap in the Liberal Age (1861-1921). CLIOMETRICA. - view more
  • Cappelli, G., & Vasta, M. (In corso di stampa). Il capitale umano: il fattore mancante dello sviluppo economico italiano. In M.D. F. Amatori (a cura di), L’impresa italiana. Roma : Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana. - view more
  • CAPPELLI, G. (2020). Quite a visible hand? State funding and primary education in 19th-century France and Italy. REVUE D'ECONOMIE POLITIQUE, 130(1), 77-105. - view more
  • CAPPELLI, G., & VASTA, M. (2020). Can school centralization foster human capital accumulation? A quasi-experiment from early twentieth-century Italy. THE ECONOMIC HISTORY REVIEW, 73(1), 159-184. - view more
  • Cappelli, G., Felice, E., Martinez-Galarraga, J., & Tirado, D. (2019). Divergence in the End? Decomposing Income Inequality across Italy’s Regions, 1871-2011. RIVISTA DI STORIA ECONOMICA, 35(1), 3-35. - view more