Dr Noemi Mantovan
Senior Lecturer in Economics
Alun Building Room 1.07
01248 38 8081
- Economics PhD (Durham University)
- Laurea Specialistica in Economics MSc (University La Sapienza of Rome)
- Economics BSc (University La Sapienza of Rome)
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy Professional
Noemi obtained her BSc and Master in Economics from La Sapienza University of Rome. She then moved to the UK, where she completed her PhD at Durham University in 2012, winning the award for best PhD thesis of the year. Noemi joined Bangor Business School in 2011 as a Lecturer in Economics and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2017.
Her research is focused on political economy and labour economics, and she specializes in female labour supply, ideology, voting, fiscal policy and volunteering. Her work has been published in several top academic journals including the Economic Journal, Public Administration Review and the European Economic Review.
Noemi is currently acting as Guest Editor the European Economic Review's Special Issue "Gender Differences in the Labor Market".
Administrative Roles Within the Business School:
Director of Bangor Business School Seminar Series
- ASB-2308 Macroeconomics
- ASB-3301 Macroeconomics
- ASB-2302/3302 Current Issues Seminar on the Gender Wage Gap
- PhD Workshop: Panel Data and Instrumental Variables
- Laurence Jones "Application of Dynamic Structural Estimation to CRA" (09/2015-09/2018)
- Phuc Thy Lan Nguyen "Political Economy and Financial Instability" (09/2016-09/2019)
Does Volunteering Improve Your Chances of Getting a Better-Paying Job? (2018) with J. Wilson and R.M. Sauer (submitted)
Regulating Rating Agencies: Information, Reputation and Discipline (2018) with L.J.H. Jones, R. Alsakka, and O. ap Gwilym (submitted)
The Dynamics of Domestic Violence: Learning about the Match (2018) with D. Anderberg and R.M. Sauer (submitted)
Work in Progress
A Life-cycle Model of Mental Health and Income (with G. Cozzi and R.M. Sauer)
Ideology and Pareto Tail Distribution of Income (with G. Cozzi)
Labor Participation and Sexual Activity in Young Adults (with R.M. Sauer)
A Dynamic Structural Estimation of Credit Rating Agencies and Banks in Europe (with L.J.H. Jones, R. Alsakka, and O. ap Gwilym)
Credit Rating Agencies and Opinion Polls (with T.L.P. Nguyen, R. Alsakka, and O. ap Gwilym)
- Special Issue on Gender DifferencesCozzi, G, Francesconi, M, Lundberg, S, Mantovan, N & Sauer, RM 2018, 'Special Issue on Gender Differences: A Broad Introduction' European Economic Review.
- Does it Pay to Work for Free?Cozzi, G, Mantovan, N & Sauer, RM 2017, 'Does it Pay to Work for Free?: Negative Selection and the Wage Returns to Volunteer Experience' Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, vol 79, no. 6, pp. 1018-1045. DOI: 10.1111/obes.12183
- Will a Shrink Make you Richer?Cozzi, G, Galli, S & Mantovan, N 2017, 'Will a Shrink Make you Richer?: Gender Differences in the Effects of Psychotherapy on Labour Efficiency' European Economic Review. DOI: 10.1016/j.euroecorev.2017.10.005
- The Big Society: The Rhetoric and Practice of Volunteerism in the UKBartels, K, Mantovan, N & Cozzi, G 2014, The Big Society: The Rhetoric and Practice of Volunteerism in the UK. in National Service and Volunteerism: Achieving Impact in Our Communities. 2014 edn, Lexington.
- Does It Pay to Work for Free? Wage Returns and Gender Differences in the Market for VolunteersCozzi, G, Mantovan, N & Sauer, RM 2013, 'Does It Pay to Work for Free? Wage Returns and Gender Differences in the Market for Volunteers' IZA Discussion Papers, no. no.7697.
- “The Big Society,” Public Expenditure, and VolunteeringBartels, K, Cozzi, G & Mantovan, N 2013, '“The Big Society,” Public Expenditure, and Volunteering' Public Administration Review, vol 73, no. 2, pp. 340-351. DOI: 10.1111/puar.12012
- The Evolution of Ideology, Fairness and RedistributionAlesina, A, Cozzi, G & Mantovan, N 2012, 'The Evolution of Ideology, Fairness and Redistribution' Economic Journal, vol 122, no. 565, pp. 1244-1261. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0297.2012.02541.x
ESRC & BBS PhD Studentship in Financial Economics starting in September 2015 for three years. Full awards consist of a stipend of approximately £14,168 per annum and a fee contribution of approximately £4,084. Students will also be eligible to apply for a research allowance (£750 per annum).
Durham University full Scholarship (value 13,300 GBP)
Scottish Institute of Research / Adam Smith Research Foundation full Scholarship (value 26,600 GBP)
ESRC Macroeconomic Open Competition (value 8,400 GBP)
Fondazione Einaudi Research Grant (value 20,000 EUR)
Best Doctoral Dissertation, Durham Business School
Conferences and Seminars
Seminar at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, European Association of Labour Economists Conference, European Association of Population Economics Conference, NBER Summer Institute, Presentation at Oxford University, Seminar at Saint Gallen University, Seminar at Royal Holloway University of London, Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, International Workshop on Computational Economics and Econometrics, European Economic Association Annual Conference, Seminar at the Caledonian University, Seminar at Bangor University, Seminar at University of Glasgow.
Ad hoc refereeing:
Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Population Economics, Southern Economic Journal, Bulletin of Economic Research, Public Administration Review, The European Journal of Finance.