A lecture by Dr. Luca Salvatici, Professor of Economic Policy at Università degli studi Roma Tre and Visiting Professor at the Agricultural Issues Center, University of California.
Luca Salvatici, is Professor of Economic Policy and coordinator of the PhD program at the Department of Economics of Roma Tre University. He received his Master of Science and Ph.D in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California at Davis. He has extensive experience working with Italian and European Union public institutions as well as with The World Bank, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and the International Food Policy Research Institute.
Luca is one of the leading trade and agricultural policy economist in Europe.
Last year he was among the authors of a commissioned paper by the International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium on “Trade Impacts of Agricultural Support in the EU”. He was among the first in Italy to use computable general equilibrium models to assess policy impacts. His publications have appeared in major academic outlets including Energy Economics; European Review of Agricultural Economics; Journal of Economic Surveys; The World Economy, and the Review of International Economics.