Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Research Fellow

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too w Giannelli Gianna Claudia Giannelli is Associate Professor of Economics and Labour Economics in the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence. She is the deputy director of the PhD program in Development Economics at the University of Florence.
She is research fellow of IZA, and also associate researcher of CHILD (Centre for Household, Income, Labour and Demographic economics, Turin).

She has received her master degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and her Ph.D. in Economics from the European University Institute of Florence. She has been Research Fellow of the European University Institute collaborating to several research projects on welfare state and labour market regimes, household dynamics and economic inequality, microeconomic analysis of labour markets and consumer behaviour. She has been professor of Labour Economics in the Faculty of Political Science and in the faculty of Economics at the University of Florence.

She has written papers on topics of Labour and Household Economics such as youths and women in the labour market, women's and children's welfare in developing countries, intergenerational transfers, employment duration and wages in European countries, microeconometric applications to panel data, Migration and Remittances.

She has published on international and Italian journals, such as World Development, Economics of Education Review, International Migration Review, the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Population Economics, the International Journal of Manpower, the Journal of Labor Research, Applied Economics, the Journal of Asian Economics, Labour and Politica Economica.

Her current research interests concern children's and women's welfare in developing countries, the evaluation of unpaid work in Europe,labour market reforms and employment duration, the labour market of developing countries, youth education, the participation of women to the labour market in developing countries and the problem of child work.

She joined IZA as Research Fellow in July 2000.
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IZA World of Labor article: Policies to support women’s paid work
IZA Discussion Papers:
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10622  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Chiara Rapallini
The Intergenerational Transmission of Math Culture
10376  Daniela Campus
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Is the Allocation of Time Gender Sensitive to Food Price Changes? An Investigation of Hours of Work in Uganda
9019  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Chiara Rapallini
Immigrant Student Performance in Math: Does It Matter Where You Come From?
(published in: Economics of Education Review, 2016, 52, 291–304)
8927  Lucia Ferrone
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Household Migration and Child Educational Attainment: The Case of Uganda
7580  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Ursula Jaenichen
Thomas Rothe
Doing Well in Reforming the Labour Market? Recent Trends in Job Stability and Wages in Germany
(published in: Journal for Labour Market Research, 2016, 49, 269-294)
7539  Federico Ciani
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Surviving the Genocide: The Impact of the Rwandan Genocide on Child Mortality
7246  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Lucia Mangiavacchi
Luca Piccoli
Do Parents Drink Their Children's Welfare? A Joint Analysis of Intra-Household Allocation of Time
(published in: IZA Journal of Labor and Development, 2013, 2:13 (open access) [journal version])
6523  Michele Binci
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Internal vs. International Migration: Impacts of Remittances on Child Well-Being in Vietnam
(forthcoming in: International Migration Review, 2016. Title: Internal vs. International Migration: Impacts of Remittances on Child Labor and Schooling in Vietnam)
5771  Francesca Francavilla
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Gabriela Grotkowska
Mieczyslaw Socha
Use of Time and Value of Unpaid Family Care Work: A Comparison between Italy and Poland
5046  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Lucia Mangiavacchi
Luca Piccoli
GDP and the Value of Family Caretaking: How Much Does Europe Care?
(published in: Applied Economics, 2012, 44 (16), 2111-2131)
4888  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Lucia Mangiavacchi
Children's Schooling and Parental Migration: Empirical Evidence on the "Left Behind" Generation in Albania
(published in: Labour, 2010, 24 (s1), 76-92)
4591  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Ursula Jaenichen
Claudia Villosio
Have Labour Market Reforms at the Turn of the Millennium Changed Job Durations of the New Entrants? A Comparative Study for Germany and Italy
(Journal of Labor Research, 33 (2), 2012), 143-172)
3531  Francesca Francavilla
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Leonardo Grilli
School Attendance of Children and the Work of Mothers: A Joint Multilevel Model for India
(published as 'Mothers’ Employment and their Children’s Schooling: A Joint Multilevel Analysis for India' in: World Development, 2013, 41, 183-195)
3099  Francesca Francavilla
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
The Relation between Child Labour and Mothers' Work: The Case of India
(published as 'The Relation between child work and the employment of mothers in India' in: International Journal of Manpower, 2010, 31 (2), 232-257)
2762  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Francesca Francavilla
Do Family Planning Programmes Help Women's Employment? The Case of Indian Mothers
(published in: Journal of Asian Economics. 2011, 22 (5), 412 - 426)
1116  Alessandro Cigno
Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Furio C. Rosati
Daniela Vuri
Is There Such a Thing as a Family Constitution? A Test Based on Credit Rationing
(published in: Review of Economics of the Household, 2006, 4 (3), 183-204)
557  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Cristina Braschi
Reducing Hours of Work: Does Overtime Act as a Brake Upon Employment Growth? An Analysis by Gender for the Case of Italy
(published as 'Réduire le temps de travail : les heures supplémentaires agissent-elles comme un frein sur la croissance de l’emploi ? Une analyse par genre du cas italien' in: Revue de l’IRES, 2005, 3, 93-127)
191  Gianna Claudia Giannelli
Chiara Monfardini
Joint Decisions on Household Membership and Human Capital Accumulation of Youths - The role of expected earnings and local markets
(published in: Journal of Population Economics, 2003, 16 (2), 265-285)