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CURRICULUM VITAE OF VINCENZO ATELLA PERSONAL
CURRICULUM VITAE
OF
VINCENZO ATELLA
PERSONAL INFORMATIONS
Date of birth
Place of birth
Citizenship
Marital status
Languanges
Home address
Office address
Phone and Fax
E-mail
: 9 September 1962
: Venafro (IS)
: Italian
: married with three children
: English (fluent), French (good), Italian (mother tongue)
: Viale dell’Umanesimo, 37 - 00144 Roma Italy
: Via Columbia, 2 – 00133 Roma Italy
: 0039 065014332 H. - 0039 0672595635 O.
: [email protected]
Present position: Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Tor Vergata University in Rome;
Member of the Scientific Committee of CER (Centro Europa Ricerche) - Rome
EDUCATION AND HONORS
1987-1989
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Stanford CA. Master of Arts in Economics .
1980 - 1984
LIBERA UNIVERSITA' INTERNAZIONALE DEGLI STUDI SOCIALI (LUISS),
Rome. Bachelor in Economics (110/110 cum laude)
Received scholarships from:
C.N.R. (National Research Council): 1990 and 1991 for post graduate studies on
Internationalization of the Italian Economy;
BANCO DI NAPOLI: 1987-1989 for graduate studies;
CONSORZIO ROMA RICERCHE: 1987for undergraduate studies;
ISVEIMER: 1980-1984 for undergraduate studies.
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCES
2001 1994 - 2001
1990 - 1993
Associate Professor - Permanent position - Department of Financial Economics and
Quantitative Studies (SEFEMEQ) - University of Roma II - Tor Vergata.
Assistant Professor - Permanent position - Department of Financial Economics and
Quantitative Studies (SEFEMEQ) - University of Roma II - Tor Vergata.
Assistant Professor - Department of Economics - University of Sassari.
COMPUTER SKILLS
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Highly confident with Eviews, STATA and TSP. Good knowledge of GAUSS,
LOTUS, QPRO, EXCEL, LINDO, SHAZAM and APL.
MAJOR WORK EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD OF
INCOME DITRIBUTION, POVERTY ANALYSIS, SOCIAL POLICIES
AND HEALTH ECONOMICS
1988
1995
1996
1996 - 1997
1997
1997
1997 - 2001
1998
1998
1998 1998 - 2001
1999 - 2000
1999 - 2003
2000
2001
WORLD BANK - Washington D.C., USA - Central Operation Department - Investment
Project Analyst, for the evaluation of investment projects on primary and secondary
infrastructures and on Human Capital. Part of the period has been used to refine
methodological issues in project appraisal that were interesting for the bank.
WORLD BANK - Country Department: East Europe - Economist for a mission in
Belarus for an assessment of the policies on social security, health and income
redistribution.
WORLD BANK - Country Department: North Africa - Economist for a poverty study
in Algeria, working in designing a social policy for sustainable and equitable growth.
EEC - DG XII - Human Capital and Mobility Program - Brussels - Head of the Italian
unit in the European network “ENDEP” working on "Control on Drug Expenditures in
Europe". Dr. Atella is responsible to develop a model that can simulate the effects of
different co-payment systems on drug expenditures in Italy and to see to what extent they
can affect the access to care of low income patients.
Commission for Poverty Analysis - Rome: member of a task force with Prof. Federico
Perali of the Verona University and with Prof. Ranjan Ray of the University of South
Wales in Australia for the definition and estimation of a demand model for the update of
the Italian equivalence scales. These new scales will be considered as the new official
scales in Italy.
WHO European Region.
EEC - DG XII - BIOMED Program - Brussels - Coordinator the Italian unit in the
European Network “ENDEP” working on “Patient charges and decision making
behaviors of consumers and physicians”.
National Council for Economics and Labor (CNEL) - Rome - Coordinator for the
writing of the Fifth CNEL Report on “Income distribution and redistribution in Italy and
Europe- 1997-1999”.
WORLD BANK - Country Department: East Europe - Economist for a mission in
Belarus for an assessment of the policies on social security, health and income
redistribution.
TECH-Europe - TEchnological Change in Health care global research network –
Co-founder and coordinator of the research group at European level.
EEC - DG XII - TSER Program - Brussels - Coordinator of the Italian unit working for
the construction of EUROMOD, a microsimulation model at European level. The Italian
unit is also responsible for the implementation of the country models for Greece, Austria
and Portugal.
Agenzia per i Servizi Sanitari Regionali (ASSR) (Agency for Regional Health
Services) – Roma Senior Economist, responsible for the monitoring of the National Drug
Market and Drug Expenditure.
Confesercenti (National Association of Retailers and Services Firms) - Roma - Senior
Economic Adviser for the President Office.
National Council for Economics and Labor (CNEL) - Rome - Coordinator for the
writing of the Sixth CNEL Report on “Income distribution and redistribution in Italy and
Europe - 2000-2001”.
Pharmacia & Upjhon and Aspen Institute Italia, responsible on behalf of Pharmacia
for organizing the meeting on “Regulation of the health system and drug expenditure”,
held in Rome on February 15, 2001.
2001 - 2002
2001 - 2003
2001 - 2003
2003 - 2006
2004 - 2006
200620062007-
IRI Management – Roma, Speaker on a series of meetings with managers of the
National Institute for Social Security (INPS). The main topic discussed is the reform of
the Welfare State in Italy and Europe.
Prices Commission CIPE – Health Ministry, Rome - Commission Member, nominated
by the Treasury Ministry, in charge to fixing the prices of pharmacies refoundable by
SSN.
Commission CIPE – Ministry of Health – Rome, Member of the Commission,
appointed by the Ministry of Treasury, for the setting of drug prices in Italy.
Health Superior Institute –Farmacies Observatory (OSMED), Rome - Coordinator of
the project for realizing and managing an econometric model on public farmaceutical
expenditure.
Prices Obseratory, IPI – Ministry of Productive Activities, Rome - Economist for
analysing the prices trend in Italy.
SIVEAS Committee, Ministry of Health, Rome - Senior expert.
Italian National Drugs Agency (AIFA), Rome – Member of the Committee for the
Strategic Evaluation.
Member of the Committee for setting National Guidelines for IQWIG (National
Agency for Economic Evaluation in the Health Sector), Cologne (Germany).
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH ACTIVITY
1995 - 1997
1997 – 1998
1997 - 1999
1997 - 2001
1998 -
1998
1999 -2000
2001 -
2001 - 2003
Human Capital and Mobility (HCM) program - Project “Cost containment policy in
the drug sector in Europe”, two-years project financed by the EU within the HCM
program. Within the ENDEP research network prof. Atella is coordinator of the Italian
unit and co-founder of the “ENDEP research Network”, a highly interdisciplinary
network to study and evaluate drug policy programs in Europe. The main goal of this
project is to evaluate cost drug containment policy across Europe.
CNR – Health strategic project – “Le determinanti delle scelte tra pubblico e privato
nel settore sanitario italiano”. This researh activity, in cooperation with Prof. Rosati and
with Dr Spandonaro aims to obtain a valuation set on the selection criteria between
public and private health, creating a database, for the first time in Italy, that contain an
homogenic information on i) the health state of the Italian population, ii) the offer
structure of the sanitary services, iii) the patiences choices on sanitary services offer, iv)
epidemiologic situation, v) on individual and familiar incomes with a disaggregation at
regional level.
BIOMED Programma - Project “Patient charge and decision making behaviours of
consumers and physicians”, three year project financed by the EU within the BIOMED
program. Within the ENDEP research network prof. Atella is coordinator of the Italian
unit. The main goal of the project is to evacuate how different co-payment systems can
affect prescription decision by physicians and drug consumption by patients.
Program SOE of CEE - Project “EUROMOD: a tax benefit microsimulation model”,
three years project financed by the EU under the SOE program. Prof. Atella is the
scientific coordinator of the Italian unit. (more information are available at the following
web page address:http://www.econ.cam.ac.uk/dae/mu/emod.htm).
TECH-Europe - TEchnological Change in Health care global research network - Prof.
Atella is co-founder of the network (lead by Prof. Mark McClellan, Stanford University)
and coordinator of the Italian group. The main goal of the project is to evaluate in an
international perspective the effect of the introduction of new technologies in the health
sector, with special emphasis on the cardiovascular diseases. (more information are
available at the following web page address: http://healthpolicy.stanford.edu/tech/).
NBER - Stanford University – January-March– Invited by Prof. Mark McClellan for a
research period at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER).
European Science Foundation (ESF) – Exploratory Research Grant. Prof. Atella is the
scientific co-ordinator of the project and co-ordinator of the TECH-Europe Research
Network. The main goal of the project is to evaluate the effects of the regulation on the
introduction of new technologies in the health sector and how these influence health
expenditure and health outcome. (more information are available at the following web
page address: http://healthpolicy.stanford.edu/tech/)
Global health care productivity (GHP) research network - Prof. Atella is co-founder of
the network (lead by the Stanford University) and co-ordinator of the Italian group. The
main goals of the research activity is to measure health productivity within an
international perspective. Within the network Prof. Atella is also scientific coordinator of
the sub-project on drug expenditure (more information are available at the following web
page address: http://healthpolicy.stanford.edu/GHP/) .
Program ECUITY III, V program framework – Prof. Atella is the coordinator of the
Italian unit. Three year project sponsored by the European Union within the Socio
Economic Research program.The project is the continuation of the previous EU
sponsored project ECUITY II. The main objective of this project is to investigate the
determinants of the access to health care services and to evacuate if there are main
2001 - 2003
“health related income inequalities” and how they differ across European countries
(more information are available at the following web page address:
http://www.eur.nl/bmg/ecuity/).
Program SOE of CEE – Project “MICRESA: Micro-level analysis of the European
Social Agenda: combating poverty and social exclusion through changes in social
and fiscal policy”, three years project financed by the European Union under the SOE
program. Prof. Atella is the scientific coordinator of the unit of the University of Rome
Tor Vergata. (more information are available at the following web page address:
http://www.econ.cam.ac.uk/dae/mu/emod.htm).
PARTICIPATION TO CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
1990
1991a
1991b
1991c
1993
1994
1996a
1996b
1996c
1997
1998
1999a
1999b
V World Conference of IIFET (International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade),
Santiago del Cile, December 3-6 1990, paper presented: “Testing Fresh Fish Price Formation
in Italy: a Cointegration Approach”.
I Workshop on Strategies for the European Pharmaceutical Industry and Patient
Interests, organized by EIASM, Bruxelles, January 31- February 1,1991, paper presented: “Il
Circuito Prezzi-Ricerca-Esportazioni nell'Industria Farmaceutica Italiana: Causalità e
Cointegrazione delle Serie Storiche nel Periodo 1968-1988".
SADIBA Conference – Bank of Italy, Perugia (Italy), March 14-16 1991, paper presented:
“L'uso della differenziazione frazionale ed intera nel testare l'IEM per i titoli a reddito fisso:
evidenze empiriche per Italia e Stati Uniti”.
Conference on "International Studies in Economic Modelling", London, July 9-11 1991,
paper presented: “Long Memory process and the Efficient Market Hypothesis”.
Conference on “The Service Sector: Productivity and Growth”, Rome, May 27-28 1993,
paper presented: “Does Productivity Convergence across countries and across Sectors?
Empirical Evidences form Eight OECD Countries”.
Conference on "Structure des prelevement obligatoire et emploi: liens et possibilites des
interventions", Rome, May 5 1994, organized by General Customs and Indirect Taxation
Directorate of the EEC and by University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, paper presented: “Shifting
the tax base from labour to capital: effects on factor demand in the Italian manifacturing
industry”.
International Workshop on “The multiple linkages between technology and the economy”,
Rome, March 14-16 1996, paper presented: “The determinants of productivity growth”.
VIII Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar on “Finance, Research Education
and Growth”, Rome, June 25-27 1996, paper presented: “Productivity growth and the effects
of recessions”.
Conference on “Food Security in XXI Century: Political Economy after 1996 World Food
Summit”, Rome, December 11-12 1996, paper presented: “Transitional Economies and
Social Policies: The Role of Production System”.
SADIBA Conference – Bank of Italy, Perugia (Italy), November 5-8 1997, paper presented:
“Scale di equivalenza e misurazione della povertà in Italia”.
International conference on technological change in health care, Stanford (CA), February
26-28 1998, paper presented: “The determinants and consequences of technological change in
the health sector: the case of AMI patients in Italy”.
I TECH-MONICA workshop, Rome, September 8 1999, paper presented: “Memorandum for
the reconstruction of financial data from “MONICA” data-bases and their utilization for
international comparison”.
VIII European Workshop on Health economics and Econometrics, Catania (Italy),
1999c
2000
2001a
2001b
2002a
2002b
2002c
2002d
2002e
2002f
2002g
2002h
2002i
2002j
2003a
2003b
2003c
September 9 – 11 1999, invited as discussant.
EUROMOD: a microsimulation model at European level, Rome, September 16 1999,
paper presented: “The Italian model in EUROMOD: methodological issues and first empirical
results”.
Conference on “Innovazioni in Sanità tra pubblico e privato", Rome, January 20 2000,
paper presented: “Public and private health expenditure in Italy: characteristics, determinants
and the effects of the 1992 NHS reform”.
III International Health Economic Association Conference, York (UK), July 22-25 2001,
paper presented: “Determinant of access to physician services in Italy: a latent class probit
approach”.
Conference of the Associazione Italiana di Economia Sanitaria (Italian Association of
Health Economists), Catania (Italy), October 19-20 2001, paper presented:
“Compartecipazione alla spesa farmaceutica e comportamenti decisionali di pazienti e
medici:una comparazione a livello europeo”.
International Workshop on consumption behaviour and welfare measurement, Verona
(Italy), March 15-16 2002, paper presented: “Precautionary Saving and Health Risk. Evidence
from the Italian households using a time series of cross sections”.
II Conference of the Global Health Productivity Network, at “Rockfeller Foundation” in
Bellagio (Italy), February 5-8 2002, paper presented: “Is health care expenditure really a
luxury good? A reassessment and new evidence based on OECD data”.
Conference of the Ecuity Project, Rome, March 22-24 2002, paper presented: “The
determinants of access to physician services: a latent class Probit approach”.
International Workshop on “Income distribution and welfare”, at Bocconi University,
Milan, May 30 – June 1 2002, paper presented: “Aversion to inequality and political choices in
Italy: are voters rational?”
OECD conference on “What is best and at what cost? OECD Study on Cross-National
Differences of Ageing-Related Diseases”, Paris, June 20-21 2002, paper presented: “The
relationship between health policies, medical technology trend, and outcomes: A perspective
from the TECH Global Research Network”.
International Meeting on Equivalence Scales, Household Behaviour and Welfare,
Florence (Italy), June 27-28 2002, paper presented: “Income and Time Dependent Equivalence
Scales for the Italian Case”.
International Meeting on Equivalence Scales, Household Behaviour and Welfare,
Florence (Italy), June 27-28 2002, paper presented: “Demographically Varying Unit Values:
Estimation and Interpretation”.
XI European Workshop on Health economics and Econometrics, Lund (Sweden),
September 11 – 14 2002, invited as discussant.
V Meeting AIES, Bologna (Italy), September 25-27 2002, paper presented: “Health
federalism, equivalization criteria and growth fostering mechanisms”.
III Conference of the Global Health Productivity Network, at the Chinese Health
Economics Institute, Beijing (China), October 14-17 2002, paper presented: “The effects of the
health policy changes on public and private health expenditure in Italy and UK: evidence from
household budget surveys”.
IV International Health Economic Association Conference, San Francisco (USA), June 1418 2003, paper presented: “The effects of the health policy changes on public and private
health expenditure in Italy and UK: evidence from household budget surveys”.
IV Conference of the Global Health Productivity Network, Stanford (CA), June 19-20
2003, paper presented: “The effects of the health policy changes on public and private health
expenditure in Italy and UK: evidence from household budget surveys”.
XII European Workshop on Health economics and Econometrics, Menorca (Spain),
2004a
2004b
2005a
2005b
2005c
2005d
2006a
2006b
2007a
2007b
September 17- 21 2003, invited as discussant.
Conference on Ecuity Project, at STAKES Institution in Helsinki (Finland), June 2-4 2004,
paper presented: “Maximum Simulated Likelihood Estimation of a Simultaneous Equation
Model with Count Data: An Application to the Demand of Physician Services”.
XIII National Seminar “Valutazione dell’uso e della sicurezza dei farmaci: esperienze in
Italia”, at Istituto Superiore di Sanità in Rome, December 13 2004, paper presented: “Medical
compliance, co-payment and health outcomes: empirical evidence based on a panel of Italian
patients”.
NBER Summer Institute - Conference on Aging, Washinghton, July 25-29 2005, paper
presented: “Medical compliance, co-payment and health outcomes: empirical evidence based
on a panel of Italian patients”.
2005 CHILD Annual Meeting, Bari (Italy), July 8 2005, paper presented: “Medical
compliance, co-payment and health outcomes: empirical evidence based on a panel of Italian
patients”.
IX World Congress of the Econometric Society, at the University College London, London,
August 19-24 2005, paper presented: “Medical compliance, co-payment and health outcomes:
empirical evidence based on a panel of Italian patients”.
European Economic Association Conference, Amsterdam, August 24-27 2005, paper
presented: “Medical compliance, co-payment and health outcomes: empirical evidence based
on a panel of Italian patients”.
XV European Workshop on Health economics and Econometrics, Thessaloniky (Greece),
September 6-9 2006, paper presented: “Drug policy evaluation with heterogeneous patients:
Evidence from a panel of Italian patients”.
XI Convegno AIES, Venice (Italy), November 16-17 2006, paper presented “Drug policy
evaluation with heterogeneous patients: Evidence from a panel of Italian patients”.
VIII International Health Economic Association Conference, Copenaghen, July 14-18
2007, paper presented “Wages and Weight in Europe: Evidence using IV Quantile Treatment
Effect Model”.
II Italian Congress of Econometrics and Empirical Economics, Rimini (Italy), January 25 26 2007, paper presented “Technology shocks, structural breaks and the effects on the business
cycle”.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS ON REFEREED JOURNALS
1998c
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1999a
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1999c
2001
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2001b
2001c
2003a
2003b
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2004a
2004b
2005
2006a
2006b
2006c
2007a
2008a
Atella V., Quintieri B., “Productivity growth and the effects of recession”, Il giornale degli
economisti e Annali di Economia, Vol. 57, n.3-4, pp.359-386.
Atella V., Caiumi A., Perali F., “Riccometro e povertà familiare: strumento efficace?”, La
Famiglia, 32, Nov.-Dic. 1998, n. 192.
Atella V., Rosati F.C., “Uncertainty about children’s survival and fertility: a test using Indian
microdata”, Journal of Population Economics, 13, 263-278.
Atella V., “Drug cost containment policies in Italy: are they really effective in the long-run?
The case of minimum reference price”, Health Policy, 50, 197-218.
Atella V., Brennan G., Haajier-Ruskamp F., Hedvall M.B., Huttin C., Mechtler R., Noyce P.,
“The cost of prescription medicines to patients”, Health Policy, 52, 129-145.
Atella V., Caiumi A., Perali F., “La scelta delle scale di equivalenza e gli effetti sui risultati
delle politiche sociali”, Economia e Lavoro, n.1, pp 59-80.
Atella V. con TECH Research Network. “Technological Change Around The World: Evidence
From Heart Attack Care”, Health Affairs, Vol. 20(3):25-42.
Atella V., Quintieri B., “Do R&D spillovers really matter for TFP”, Applied Economics, Vol.
33, n.11, pp. 1385-89.
Atella V., Hassell K., Noyce P., Schafheutle E., Weiss M., “Cost to the patient or cost to the
healthcare system? Which one matters the most for GP prescribing decisions? A UK-Italy
comparison”, European Journal of Public Health, Vol. 13, n.1, mar. 2003, pp.18-23.
Atella V., Atzeni G.F., Belvisi P., “Will the Euro be beneficial on Firm’s Investment
Behaviour? An empirical investigation on a panel of Italian Firms”, Journal of Policy
Modeling, Vol. 25, Issue 8, November 2003, pp. 811-824.
Atella V., Brindisi F., Deb P., Rosati F.C., “The determinants of access to physician services: a
latent class Seemingly Unrelated Probit approach”, Health Economics, Vol. 13, Issue 7, pp.
657-668.
Atella V., Rosati F. C., “Spesa, equità e politiche sanitarie in Italia negli anni ’90: quali
insegnamenti per il futuro”, Politica Sanitaria, Anno 3, n. 1, p.3-17.
Atella V., Spandonaro F., “Private health insurance in Italy: where we stand now”, Euro
Observer Spring 2004; Vol. 1, pp.6-7.
Atella V., Coggins J., Perali F., “Aversion to inequality in Italy and its determinants”, Journal
of Economic Inequality, 2004; Vol. 2, No.2, pp. 117-144.
2005 Atella V., Hassell K., Schafheutle E., Noyce P.: “Affordability of medicines and patients’
cost-reducing behaviour. Empirical evidence based on SUR estimates from Italy and in UK”,
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 2005; 4 (1): pp. 23-35.
Atella V., Rosati F.C., Rossi M.C.: “Precautionary Saving and Health Risk. Evidence from the
Italian households using a time series of cross sections”, Rivista di Politica Economica,
Maggio-Giugno 2006, pp.115-133.
Atella V., Depalo D., Peracchi F. and Rossetti C., “Drug compliance, co-payment and health
outcomes: empirical evidence based on a panel of Italian patients”, Health Economics, 2006;
15: pp. 875–892.
Atella V., Belotti F., “Discussione” a Assicurazione sanitaria di F. Barigozzi, Rivista di
Politica Economica, Settembre-Ottobre, pp. 257-273.
Atella V., Marini G., “Is health care expenditure really a luxury good? A reassessment and new
evidence based on OECD data”, forthcoming in Rivista di Politica Economica.
Atella V., Centoni M., Cubadda G., “Technology shocks, structural breaks and the effects on
the business cycle”, Economics Letters, Vol. 100, 392–395.
2008b
2008c
Atella V., Deb P.: “Maximum Simulated Likelihood Estimation of a Simultaneous Equation
Model with Count Data: An Application to the Demand of Physician Services”, forthcoming in
Journal of Health Economics.
Atella V., Pace N., Vuri D.., “Wages and Weight in Europe: Evidence using Quantile
Regression Model”, forthcoming in Human Biology and Economics..
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS ON ITALIAN EDITED BOOKS
1995
1997a
1997b
1998
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2000b
2000c
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2000e
2001
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2003b
2008a
Atella V.: “Il quadro macroeconomico e la distribuzione del reddito” (Macroeconomic scenario
and Income distribution), in Competizione e Giustizia Sociale. Terzo rapporto CNEL su
distribuzione e redistribuzione del reddito, edited by N. Rossi, Il Mulino.
Atella V., Roberti P.: “Il contenimento della spesa farmaceutica: l’impatto sulle famiglie”, in Il
lavoro, l’Europa e la sovranità sociale - IV rapporto CNEL sulla distribuzione e
redistribuzione del reddito in Italia (1996-1997), edited by N. Rossi, Il Mulino.
Atella V., Roberti P.: “Il contenimento della spesa farmaceutica: l’impatto sulle imprese”, in Il
lavoro, l’Europa e la sovranità sociale - IV rapporto CNEL sulla distribuzione e
redistribuzione del reddito in Italia (1996-1997), edited by N. Rossi, Il Mulino.
Atella V., Perali F., Rossi N.:, “Riforma del welfare e giustizia sociale: il ruolo delle scale di
equivalenza” in Lo stato sociale in Italia: quadrare il cerchio edited by L. Paganetto, Il
Mulino.
Atella V., Parisi V.: “Il quadro macroeconomico e le politiche economiche”, Le politiche
sociali in Italia ed in Europa. Coerenza e convergenza delle azioni - V Rapporto CNEL
sulla distribuzione e redistribuzione del reddito, edited by V. Atella, CNEL, Roma.
Atella V., Parisi V.: “La convergenza delle politiche sociali nell’area dell’EURO”, Le
politiche sociali in Italia ed in Europa. Coerenza e convergenza delle azioni - V Rapporto
CNEL sulla distribuzione e redistribuzione del reddito, edited by V. Atella, CNEL, Roma.
Atella V., Parisi V.: “Retribuzioni, costo del lavoro e distribuzione del reddito in Italia”, Le
politiche sociali in Italia ed in Europa. Coerenza e convergenza delle azioni - V Rapporto
CNEL sulla distribuzione e redistribuzione del reddito, edited by V. Atella, CNEL, Roma.
Atella V., Berliri C., Parisi V.: “Gli effetti redistributivi della politica economica e
sociale”, Le politiche sociali in Italia ed in Europa. Coerenza e convergenza delle azioni V Rapporto CNEL sulla distribuzione e redistribuzione del reddito, edited by V. Atella,
CNEL, Roma.
Atella V. e ENDEP Research Network: “Il costo della salute in Europa: dove i pazienti
sono più protetti?”, Le politiche sociali in Italia ed in Europa. Coerenza e convergenza
delle azioni - V Rapporto CNEL sulla distribuzione e redistribuzione del reddito, edited by
V. Atella, CNEL, Roma.
Atella V., Atzeni G.F., Belvisi P.: “Verso un cambio forte: quali effetti sugli investimenti delle
imprese italiane?”, in Le imprese esportatrici italiane, edited by Beniamino Quintieri, Il
Mulino, Bologna.
Atella V., Bernardi B., Rossi MC.: “La spesa sanitaria privata e gli effetti redistributivi delle
politiche sanitarie in Italia”, Primo Rapporto sulla Sanità in Italia, edited by Atella V.,
Donia-Sofio A., Mennini F., e F. Spandonaro, Gruppo Italpromo Editore, Roma.
Atella V., Bernardi B., Rossi MC.: “Le previsioni di spesa sanitaria a livello nazionale e
regionale: i risultati del modello econometrico del CEIS Tor Vergata”, Primo Rapporto sulla
Sanità in Italia, edited by Atella V., Donia-Sofio A., Mennini F., e F. Spandonaro, Gruppo
Italpromo Editore, Roma.
Atella V., Cincotti F.: Vincoli di Finanza pubblica, deficit regionali e inefficienze: le sfide del
SSN, in “Sanità e Finanza: una cultura in crescita”, a cura di Fondazione Farmafactoring,
Franco Angeli, Roma.
2008b
2008c
2008d
Atella V., Carbonari L., Cincotti F.: Spesa sanitaria e deficit: un’analisi a livello regionale, in
“La sanità in Italia”, a cura di A. Pedone, Il Sole24ore, Roma.
Atella V., Belotti F.: La spesa sanitaria privata in Italia: le evidenze empiriche, in “La sanità
in Italia”, a cura di A. Pedone, Il Sole24ore, Roma.
Atella V., Cincotti F.: La spesa sanitaria ed il quadro macroeconomico, in “La Sanità in
controluce”, a cura di Fondazione Farmafactoring, Franco Angeli, Roma.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS ON INTERNATIONAL EDITED BOOKS
1992
1995
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2003f
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Atella V., “On the existence of a price-research-export circuit in the Italian pharmaceutical
industry: causality and co-integration of time-series in the 1968-1988 period”, in The
prescription drug market, edited by Huttin C. and Bosanquet N., North Holland.
Atella V., Rosati F.C., “Productivity Convergence in Sheltered and Unsheltered Sectors:
Results form Selected OECD Countries”, in Patterns of Trade, Competition and Trade
Policies, edited by B. Quintieri, Avebury.
Atella V., Giampaoli S., Pilotto L., Vanuzzo D., “The determinants and consequences of
technological change in the health sector: the case of AMI patients in Italy”, in Kessler –
McClellan: “A Global Analysis of Technological Change in Health Care: Heart Attacks”
Kessler - McClellan”,The University of Michigan Press.
Atella V., “Physicians prescription behavior and cost to the patients in Italy: first evidence
based on Focus Group techniques and prescription data”, in Patient charges and decisionmaking behaviors of consumers and physicians, edited by C. Huttin, IOS Press.
Atella V., Brenner G., Hedvall M.B., Huttin C., Mechtler R., Noyce P. and E. Schafheutle,
“Reimbursement systems in ENDEP countries”, in Patient charges and decision-making
behaviors of consumers and physicians, edited by C. Huttin, IOS Press.
Atella V., Hedvall M.B., Hoogerbrugge M., Huttin C., Noyce P., Schafheutle and Weiss M.,
“Results from the conjoint study on physicians”, in Patient charges and decision-making
behaviors of consumers and physicians, edited by C. Huttin, IOS Press.
Atella V., Brenner G., Hedvall M.B., Huttin C., Mechtler R., Noyce P. and E. Schafheutle,
“Patient survey: International hypertension results”, in Patient charges and decision-making
behaviors of consumers and physicians, edited by C. Huttin, IOS Press.
Atella V. and the TECH Investigators, “The relationship between health policies, medical
technology trend, and outcomes: A perspective from the TECH Global Research Network”, in
What is Best and at What Cost: A Disease-Based Approach to Comparing Health Systems,
OECD, Paris, France.
Atella V., Menon M., Perali F., “Estimation of Unit Values in Cross Sections without Quantity
Information and Implications for Demand and Welfare Analysis”, in Household Welfare and
Poverty, edited by G. Ferrari e C. Dagum, Physica Verlag Springer.
Arias C., Atella V., Castagnini R., Perali F, “Estimation of the sharing rule between adults and
children and related equivalence scales within a collective consumption framework”, in
Household Welfare and Poverty, edited by G. Ferrari e C. Dagum, Physica Verlag Springer.
LIST OF BOOKS AND EDITED BOOKS
2000
2001
Atella V. (edited by): Le politiche sociali in Italia ed in Europa. Coerenza e convergenza delle
azioni - V Rapporto CNEL sulla distribuzione e ridistribuzione del reddito in Italia ed in
Europa, CNEL, Roma.
Atella V., Quintieri B.: Domanda dei fattori, progresso tecnologico e politiche fiscali
nell’industria manifatturiera italiana negli anni 70 ed 80, Il Mulino, Bologna.
2002
2003
2004
2005
Atella V. (edited by): VI Rapporto CNEL sulla distribuzione e ridistribuzione del reddito in
Europa, CNEL, Roma.
Atella V., Donia-Sofio A., Mennini F., e F. Spandonaro (edited by): I Rapporto sulla Sanità in
Italia, Gruppo Italpromo Editore, Roma.
Atella V., Donia-Sofio A., Mennini F., e F. Spandonaro (edited by): II Rapporto CEIS Sanità
2004: Sostenibilità, equità e ricerca dell’efficienza, Gruppo Italpromo editore, Roma.
Atella V., Donia-Sofio A., Mennini F., e F. Spandonaro (edited by): III Rapporto CEIS Sanità
2005: Sette parole chiave del SSN, Gruppo Italpromo editore, Roma.
LIST OF PAPERS SEND OUT FOR PUBLICATION
2008a
2008b
2008c
Atella V., Rosati F.C., Rossi M.C.: “Does child labour positively affects the probability to
access health care services by children?”, mimeo.
Atella V., Bhattacharia J., Carbonari L.: “Pharmaceutical industry, drug quality and
regulation.Evidence from US and Italy”, mimeo
Atella V., Belotti F., D’Amico F.: “Can better drug treatment improve long-run financial
sustainability of NHS in Italy? The case of Statins”, mimeo.
WORK IN PROGRESS
Atella V., Castagnini R., Perali F.: “The sensitivity of demand elasticities estimates to endogeneity bias
and IV correction”, mimeo.
Atella V., A. Holly, L. Gardiol, Huguenin J.: “Asymmetric information in health care services utilization
in Italy and Switzerland: the role of private insurance”, mimeo.
Atella V., Coggins J., Perali F., “Aversion to inequality and political choices in Italy: are voters
rational?”, mimeo.
Atella V., D’Amico F.: “The role of technical progress in cholesterol treatment: The case of Statins”,
mimeo.
Atella V., Belotti F.: “Measuring effectiveness of medical treatments”, mimeo.
Atella V., Porpiglia A..: “White head power and black future scenarios: Is Italian Gerontocracy Harmful
for Growth?”, mimeo.
REFEREES
Giornale degli Economisti, Ricerche Economiche, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e
Commerciali, Rivista di Politica Economica, Health Economics, Applied Economics, Social Science
Medicine, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Disease Management & Health Outcomes, Aging Clinical
and Experimental Research, Labour, Politica Sanitaria, Pharmacoeconomics, Rivista Italiana degli
Economisti, Statistical Methods and Applications.

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