Armando is an Assistant Professor of Industrial Organization and International Trade at IMT School for Advanced Studies in Lucca, working for the research unit AXES (Analysis of Complex Economic Systems). He obtained his PhD at the Bocconi University in 2011. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor under the Marie Curie Programme for Experienced Researchers, at the University of Warsaw, working on an EU funded project aimed at implementing quantitative economics in the dispute settlement system at the World Trade Organization. He has also been a visiting lecturer in 'Economics of Globalization' at the University of SciencesPo in Paris.
In latest years, Armando has been a consultant for Economic Affairs at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), in Geneva, and at other international institutions and research centres, including the OECD, the Bank of France and the CEPII (Centre d’Études Prospectives et d’Informations Internationales), in Paris. Armando has also worked as an associate researcher for FEEM (Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei) on some international research projects funded by the European Union.
At IMT, Armando has been teaching PhD-level courses of Econometrics II, Applied Econometrics I, Analytics and Data Science in Economics and Management II, Empirical Methods for Economics and Management.
Armando has been a member of the American Economic Association, the European Economic Association, the Royal Economic Society, and the Academy of International Business.
His research agenda touches upon themes of international economics, industrial organization, applied econometrics and economic policy, with an attention to cross-cutting multidisciplinary tools borrowed from the analysis of complex systems.
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