Fabio Berton

Ricercatore
Researcher
Fabio Berton

Fabio Berton è Ricercatore in Politica Economica presso il Dipartimento di Economia e Statistica dell’Università di Torino, ed è Ricercatore Senior presso il LABORatorio R. Revelli. Ha conseguito il Dottorato di Ricerca in Economia presso l’Università di Torino nel 2008 e il Master in Economia presso il CORIPE nel 2004. Insegna Econometria nel corso di laurea in Economia e Statistica, Politica Economica nel corso di laurea in Scienze Politiche e Sociali, Stata Programming presso il Master in Applied Labor Economics for Development dell’International Training Center dell’ILO, e Labor Market Dynamics presso il Master in Public Policy and Social Change del Collegio Carlo Alberto. I suoi interessi di ricerca sono relativi all’economia del lavoro applicata, e in particolare alla deregolamentazione del mercato del lavoro e ai contratti di lavoro temporanei. È autore di ‘The Political Economy of Work, Security and Flexibility’ (The Policy Press, 2012), di ‘Flex-insecurity’ (Il Mulino, 2009) –considerato un punto di riferimento per gli studi sulla liberalizzazione del mercato del lavoro italiano– e di altri articoli su riviste nazionali e internazionali, tra le quali Economic Journal, Journal of Occupational Health e International Journal of Manpower. Attualmente, è Principal Investigator del progetto ‘Skill mismatch: measurement issues and consequences for innovative and inclusive societies’. In precedenza, è stato esperto di politiche per l’occupazione giovanile presso l’International Training Center dell’ILO, di valutazione controfattuale presso il Public Policy and Management Institute, è stato Assegnista di Ricerca in Statistica Economica presso l’Università del Piemonte Orientale e Visiting Scholar presso il Center for Labor Economics dell’Università della California a Berkeley.

Fabio Berton is Assistant Professor of Economic Policy at the Department of Economic and Statistics, University of Torino, and Senior Research Fellow at the LABORatorio R. Revelli. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Torino (2008) and a M.Sc. in Economics from CORIPE (2004). He teaches Econometrics at the B.A. in Economics and Statistics, Economic Policy at the B.A. in Political and Social Sciences, he is lecturer of Stata Programming at the M.Sc. in Applied Labor Economics for Development at the International Training Center of the ILO, and lecturer of Labor Market Dynamics at the M.Sc. in Public Policy and Social Change at the Collegio Carlo Alberto. His research focuses on applied labor economics, and on labor market deregulation and temporary employment in particular. He is author of ‘The Political Economy of Work, Security and Flexibility’ (The Policy Press, 2012), of ‘Flex-insecurity’ (Il Mulino, 2009) –considered a cornerstone among the studies on labor market deregulation in Italy– as well as of many articles on national and international journals, including Economic Journal, Journal of Occupational Health and International Journal of Manpower. He is currently the principal investigator of the project ‘Skill mismatch: measurement issues and consequences for innovative and inclusive societies’. He previously served as expert on youth employment policies at the International Training Center of the ILO, on counterfactual evaluation at the Public Policy and Management Institute, as Research Fellow in Statistics for Economics at the University of Eastern Piedmont and as Visiting Scholar at the Center for Labor Economics at the University of California at Berkeley.