Professor Pasquale Tridico is Professor at the Roma Tre University, Department of Economics, in Rome, Italy. He is director of the two-year master’s degree in Labour market, industrial relations and welfare systems and director of the master’s in Human development and food security. He lectures Labour economics and Economic policy, and is the Jean Monnet Chair of Economic growth and welfare systems. He is general secretary of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE). He was Marie Curie Fellow at Sussex University (2002-03) and Fulbright Scholar at New York University (2010-11). During his post-doctoral research (2005-2009), he was working in several Universities: Trinity College of Dublin (Ireland), Lancaster University (UK), Newcastle University (UK) and Warsaw University (Poland). Moreover, during 2009-2015, he was for several semesters visiting professor at the University of California in Los Angeles (USA), Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland), Paris 8 University (France), Technology University of Vienna (Austria) and Manchester Metropolitan University (UK). His research focuses on Inequality, Labour market, Welfare systems, Financialisation, Institutional economics and Varieties of capitalism. His latest book is: “Inequality in Financial Capitalism” (Routledge, 2017).
Professor Pasquale Tridico