Massimiliano Bratti is a Professor of Economics at the University of Milan. He received a Doctorate in Economics (Dottorato di Ricerca in Economia Politica) from the University of Ancona (now Marche Polytechnic University) in 2001 and a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick in 2005.

His main research fields are education economics, health economics, household economics and labour economics. He is currently working on the non-market returns to education (health), the impact of parental health on children's outcomes, the effect of fertility timing on mother's labour market outcomes and the effect of migration on trade and innovation, among other topics.

He joined IZA as a Research Affiliate in September 2003 and became a Research Fellow in March 2006.

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IZA-Publikationen

IZA Discussion Paper No. 12773
revised version published as 'Employment Protection and Firm-provided Training in Dual Labour Markets' in: Labour Economics, 2021, article 101972
IZA Discussion Paper No. 11339
revised version published in: Labour Economics, 2021, article 101972, with the title "Employment Protection and Firm-provided Training in Dual Labour Markets"
IZA Discussion Paper No. 11302
revised version published in: Economics of Education Review, 2019, 69, 73-93
IZA Discussion Paper No. 11280
revised version published in: Journal of Regional Science, 2020, 60(2), 249-272
IZA Discussion Paper No. 11060
Massimiliano Bratti, Claudio Deiana, Enkelejda Havari, Gianluca Mazzarella, Elena Claudia Meroni
revised version published as 'Geographical proximity to refugee reception centres and voting' in: Journal of Urban Economics, 2020, 120, 103290
IZA Discussion Paper No. 11026
Massimiliano Bratti, Stefano Verzillo
revised version published as 'The 'gravity' of quality: research quality and the attractiveness of universities in Italy' in: Regional Studies, 2019, 53(10), 1385-139
IZA Discussion Paper No. 10462
revised version published as 'The Impact of Family Size and Sibling Structure on the Great Mexico-U.S. Migration' in: Journal of Population Economics, 2020, 33(2), 483-529
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