Institute of Economics and Econometrics
Ph.D., London School of Economics
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Distance Learning in Higher Education. Evidence from a Randomized Experiment
In this video, Professors Jérémy Lucchetti and Michele Pellizzari present their research on the effects of distance learning in higher education. It shows that the overall impact of online learning is to deepen inequalities between more and less able students.
23 June 2021
Research & publications
Maia Guell, Michele Pellizzari, Giovanni Pica and José V. Rodrìguez Mora. 2017. "Correlating Social Mobility and Aggregate Economic Outcomes." Conditionally accepted at The Economic Journal.
Michele Pellizzari and Anne Fichen. 2017. "A new measure of skills mismatch: theory and evidence from the Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC)". The IZA Journal of Labor Economics, 6:1.
Braga, Michela, Marco Paccagnella and Michele Pellizzari. 2016. “The Impact of College Teaching on Students’ Academic and Labor Market Outcomes”. The Journal of Labor Economics, 34(3), 781-822. Previously circulated as “The academic and labor market returns of university professors. available as IZA Discussion Paper N. 7902, IGIER Working Paper N. 384.
Giacomo De Giorgi, Marco Paccagnella and Michele Pellizzari. 2015. "Gender Complementarities in the Labor Market." Research in Labour Economics, 41, 277-298. Also available as Bank of Italy, Occasional Papers n. 183.
Tito, Boeri, Marta De Philippis, Eleonora Patacchini and Michele Pellizzari. 2015. “Immigration, Housing Discrimination and Employment”. The Economic Journal, 125(586), F82-F114. Also available as IZA Discussion Paper N. 6834, IGIER Working Paper N. 390, EIEF Working Paper n. 11/09.