Riccardo DiCecio

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Education

Ph.D. Economics
Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
2004

M.A. Economics
Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
2000

M.A. Economics
Universitá Commerciale L. Bocconi
Milan, Italy
1997

B.A. Economics
Universitá Commerciale L. Bocconi
Milan, Italy
1996

Contact Info

Phone: (314) 444-7375
Fax: (314) 444-8730
Email: Riccardo.DiCecio@stls.frb.org

Research Division
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
P.O. Box 442
St. Louis, MO 63166-0442

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Cell: (314) 348-3639

Riccardo DiCecio

Commentary

"Recent Changes in Labor Force Participation: Trend or Cycle?"
with Charles S. Gascon
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, June 2010.

"Why Income Per Worker Differs Worldwide"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, March 2010.

"Vacancies and Unemployment"
with Charles S. Gascon
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, November 2009.

"Household Retrenchment"
with Charles S. Gascon
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, April 2009.

"Predicting Consumption: A Lesson in Real-Time Data"
with Charles S. Gascon
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, November 2008.

"New Monetary Policy Tools?"
with Charles S. Gascon
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, May 2008.

"Convergence Across States and People"
with Charles S. Gascon
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis National Economic Trends, January 2008.

"Inflation Disconnect?"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, July 2007.

"Participation Dynamics: The More, the Merrier"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis International Economic Trends, August 2006.

"Gas-Price Inflation"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, June 2006.

"Cross-Country Productivity Growth"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis International Economic Trends, November 2005.

"Closing the Gap"
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Monetary Trends, August 2005.


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