Finance, globalization, technology and urbanization – key drivers of economic growth – can lead to more or less inequality—depending on how prevalent they are in the economy.
Antonio Francesco Gravina
Antonio Francesco Gravina is affiliated with the Department of Law of the University of Palermo, in Italy. He holds an MA in Economics and Finance and a PhD in Economics, Management and Statistics from the University of Messina, in Italy. His research interests lie primarily in the field of applied econometrics and economics, with a focus on the effects of automation and trade on labor market outcomes.
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