Professore ordinario di Economia Politica, Facoltà di Economia, Sapienza – Università di Roma
· Full Professor, Facoltà di Economia, Sapienza, Università di Roma, 2001 to present.
· Full Professor, Facoltà di Economia, Università “Carlo Bo”, Urbino, 1995 – 2001
· Associate Professor, Facoltà di Economia, Università “Carlo Bo”, Urbino, 1992 – 1995
· Associate Professor, Facoltà di Giurisprudenza, Università di Bari, 1988 – 1991
· Investment theory, financial economics, labor economics, Italian economy.
Honours and Appointments
· Sapienza Awards, 2014
· Sapienza Award “Premio Sapienza Ricerca 2009”.
· General Principal Investigator for the project PRIN-MIUR 2008 “Beyond the short run: cycle, productivity growth and market imperfections”.
· Local Investigator for the project PRIN-MIUR 2005, “The influence of financial and labor market imperfections on investment decisions”.
· Special issue guest editor for the journal “Macroeconomic Dynamics”, 2016;
· Special issue guest editor for the journal “Economic Modelling”, 2013;
· Special issue guest editor for the journal “Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics”, 2012;
· University of Ancona, member, PhD Committee1998 - 2000
· University of Urbino, Dean of Consiglio di Corso di Laurea in Economia e Commercio, 1999-2000.
· University of Rome - Sapienza, member, PhD Committee, 2001 to present
· Research Student, London School of Economics, 1981 – 1982.
· Sapienza, University of Rome, Laurea in economics cum laude,1971.
Journal of Macroeconomics, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Berkeley Electronic, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Economics Bulletin, Rivista Italiana degli Economisti, Labor, Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics, Decisions in Economics and Finance, Economic Modelling, Economia Politica. Energy Journal, Italian Economic Journal, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Environmental and Resource Economics.
Enrico Saltari is Full Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and Law at Sapienza, University of Rome. Previously, he has held faculty positions with the University of Urbino and Bari. The results of his researches has been published in leading international economics journals such as Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Evolutionary Economics and Resource and Energy Economics, and in many books with Italian and international publishers. He has received research awards and grants. He has been the general principal investigator for the project PRIN-MIUR 2008 “Beyond the short run: cycle, productivity growth and market imperfections”, and local investigator for the project PRIN-MIUR 2005, “The influence of financial and labor market imperfections on investment decisions”. In 2009, he was awarded with “Premio Sapienza Ricerca” in recognition of contributions to research. He has organized with other colleagues a number of international conferences and workshops to present and discuss the results of his researches with outstanding scholars from international and Italian universities, and the European Central Bank. In 2006, at the University of Urbino, “Corporate Governance, Financial Systems and Firms’ Performances”; in 2008, at Sapienza, University of Rome, “The Economics of Imperfect Markets”; in 2010, at Sapienza, University of Rome, “Advances in International Economics and Economic Dynamics”; in 2014, at Sapienza, University of Rome, “Current Macroeconomic Challenges”. He has been guest editor for the journal Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics, in 2012 and for the journal Economic Modelling, in 2013. His research interests are both theoretical and empirical. They focus on the firms’ decision-making process in labor, capital and financial markets and on their interactions, especially in presence of markets imperfections. As a by-product of this strand of research, he also analyzed the investment decisions of a “green” firm in abatement capital to reduce the pollution externality created as a fallout of economic activity. Over the last few years, he investigated the causes of the slowdown of the Italian labor productivity. This research highlights the key role played by the dynamics of capital accumulation, with a special emphasis to the impact of the introduction of information and communication technologies on capital and production and the extent to which that is being affected by skills in the labor force.