Luisa is Professor of Economics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Department of Economics and Finance). Her research is inter-disciplinary and uses multiple methodologies ranging from computational macroeconomics to microeconometrics, network and spatial analysis.
She is currently co-editor of the journal Spatial Economic Analysis which is specialized in spatial and network econometrics, regional and housing economics. She has been recipient of several international recognitions, among others the Regional Studies Association Membership Grant 2015, the Marie-Curie Excellence Award 2008 from the European Commission for Research in Social Science.
Potential topics during include: (i) the interplay between household consumption and housing wealth in driving recent business cycle fluctuations and its implications for policy; (ii) macroprudential and unconventional policies; (iii) the impact of Open Market Operations (OMO).
Her research is inter-disciplinary and uses multiple methodologies ranging from computational macroeconomics to microeconometrics, network and spatial analysis.
She has published in: The Economic Journal, Journal of Economic Geography (3), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2), Macroeconomic Dynamics, Journal of Regional Science, Regional Studies, Journal of Financial Stability, Economics Letters (2), Cambridge Journal of Economics, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly Journal of Socio-Economics), Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society, Social Indicators Research, Computational Economics, International Journal of Finance and Economics, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Economics and Business, Manchester School, Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics among others.
A detailed list of publications can be found in her home page