Luca Tiberti has a Ph.D in development economics from the University of Florence (2008). His main research interests are applied microeconomics, poverty and microsimulation. He worked between 2008 and 2010 as researcher at UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre. After three years as a researcher at UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, he joined PEP in January 2011. During his time at Laval, he has moved from post-doctorate researcher, to research fellow and, as of January 2016, assistant professor. He is the scientific coordinator of PEP's micro policy analysis team (PMMA), resource person and member of PEP's program committee.
|A top-down behaviour (TDB) microsimulation toolkit for distributive analysis||Canada||Poverty and inequality|
|Cognitive Skills, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth in Indonesia||Indonesia||Education and training , Labor markets|
|Youth unemployment and transition from School to work in Benin||Benin||Labor markets|
|Poverty, Inequality and Oil Exploitation in Chad||Chad||Poverty and inequality|
|Reduction of child poverty in Serbia: balancing between improved cash-transfers and policies that pro||Serbia||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets , Children|
|The Dynamics of Microcredit Borrowings in Cambodia||Cambodia||Poverty and inequality|
|The Impact of Child and Youth Labor on his/her Performance in School||Brazil||Education and training , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets , Children|
|Policy alternatives to enhance equity for children in Jordan: context of consumption subsidies reform||Jordan||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Children|
|The Effect of input-trade liberalization on Nonfarm and Farm Labor Participation in Rural Vietnam||Viet Nam||Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
|Bayesian Spatial-Propensity Score Matching Evaluation of the Regional Effects of Microfinance in Bolivia||Bolivia||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Labor markets|
|Access to Credit and Women Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Bangladesh||Bangladesh||Gender , Labor markets|
|Is there discrimination against women entrepreneurs in formal credit markets in Nigeria?||Nigeria||Gender , Labor markets|
|Estimating economic effects of emigration and remittances on the left-behind in Cambodia||Cambodia||Labor markets|
|Simulating the distributive impacts of different growth strategies in China||China||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Children|
|Simulating the Distributive Impacts of Different Growth Strategies in Pakistan||Pakistan||Impacts of government programs|
|Simulating the Distributive Impacts of Different Growth Strategies in the Philippines||Philippines||Impacts of government programs|
|Simulating the Impact of the Global Economic Crisis and Policy Responses on Children in Ghana||Ghana||Health , Education and training , Impacts of government programs , Children|
|Simulation des effets de la crise économique et des politiques de réponse sur les enfants en Afrique||Burkina Faso||Children|
|Incidences de la crise économique mondiale de 2008/09 et des options de politiques de réponse sur la||Cameroon||Children|
|Simulating the Impact of the Global Economic Crisis and Policy Responses on Children in West and Cent||Africa - subregion||Globalization and trade , Children|
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