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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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.