I am a Ph.D. student in Economics at Università degli studi Roma Tre, based in Rome, Italy.
After studying economics full-time for over 12 years I realized that the science of economics collapsed with the “marginalist revolution” (right after the publication of Marx’s Capital). I understand the new economic thinking as a recovery of the old but good Classical thinking (Petty, Cantillon, Smith, Ricardo and Marx). It is by reading the Classics that one can find those first intuitions that drove me to study economics in my early years. This is why I work and try to foster a critical thinking based on the relationship between Economic Development and Classical Theory of value and distribution.
My main influences are John Maynard Keynes, Piero Sraffa and Pierangelo Garegnani.
Nowadays, I am working on growth and capacity utilization and I am trying to finish my PhD thesis under the supervision of Roberto Ciccone and Riccardo Pariboni. During my master thesis supervised by Ariel Dvoskin and Emiliano Libman, I wrote about exchange controls in Argentina during the period 1931-2015. You can see some of my papers and my thesis here.