• Graduate program
    • Why Tinbergen Institute?
    • Program Structure
    • Courses
    • Course Registration
    • Facilities
    • Admissions
    • Recent PhD Placements
  • Research
  • News
  • Events
    • Summer School
      • Behavioral Macro and Complexity
      • Econometrics and Data Science Methods for Business and Economics and Finance
      • Experimenting with Communication – A Hands-on Summer School
      • Inequalities in Health and Healthcare
      • Introduction in Genome-Wide Data Analysis
      • Research on Productivity, Trade, and Growth
      • Summer School Business Data Science Program
    • Events Calendar
    • Tinbergen Institute Lectures
    • Annual Tinbergen Institute Conference
    • Events Archive
  • Summer School
  • Alumni
  • Times
Home | People | Giuseppe Sorrenti
 placeholder

Giuseppe Sorrenti

Research Fellow

University
University of Amsterdam
Research field
Empirical Microeconomics
Interests
Education, Family Economics, Inequality, Labor, Public Economics

Biography

Giuseppe Sorrenti is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Amsterdam School of Economics (University of Amsterdam). He got his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto in 2016. Prior to moving to Amsterdam in 2020, he has been a post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Economics at the University of Zurich. His research combines reduced-form and structural econometrics to study research questions related to child development, parenting styles and, more in general, to better understand the human capital accumulation process with emphasis on children from less-advantaged backgrounds.