Stefano Zambelli

Professore ordinario

Dipartimento di Economia e Management

Area CUN: Scienze economiche e statistiche (13)
Settore scientifico disciplinare: ECONOMIA POLITICA (SECS-P/01)

Via Inama, 5 - 38122 Trento
tel. 0461 282373
stefano.zambelli[at]unitn [dot] it
Carriera accademica ed attività didattica

Education & Training

10/06/1976                              American High School Diploma, Verdugo Hills High School, Los Angeles, USA (AFS – Scholarship)

21/07/1977                              Diploma in Nuclear Physics, Technical Institute Fermo Corni, Modena, Italy.

11/07/1985                              Graduation cum lauda from the University of Modena, Department of Economics, Degree in Economics

01/01/1986 – 30/04/1989       Researcher – Research Department of the Banca Commerciale Italiana, Milano, Italy – Member of the Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy Research Group cooperating with the Economists of the Bocconi University.

01/01/1987 – 30/06/1987       Visiting Scholar – Department of Economics, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA.

 

 

 

Positions & Honours

 

01/05/1989 – 31/07/1992       Assistant Professor – Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Aalborg University, Denmark.

01/01/1991 – 30/06/1991       Visiting Professor – Center for Computable Economics, Department of Economics, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA

01/03/1992 – 30/06/1992       Visitnig Professor – Center for Computable Economics, Department of Economics, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA

01/08/1992 – 31/08/2005       Associate Professor – Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Aalborg University, Denmark.

01/01/1993 – 31/03/1993       Visiting Professor – Department of Statistics, Bologna University, Italy.

01/01/1993 – 01/01/1995       Member of the Economics Study Board, Social Sciences Faculty, Aalborg University.

31/03/1993 – 31/06/1993       Visiting Professor – Department of Economics, Modena University, Italy.

01/01/1996 – 01/02/2008       Elected member of the Governing Board of the Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Aalborg University.

01/02/1997 – 31/12/1997       Member of the Commission for the evaluation of the Danish participation to IIASA – International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis.  

01/01/2000 – 31/12/2003       Danish Social Science Research Council. Project on “Economics theory and methods: bounded rationality, heterogeneous agents, computer simulations and experiments”.

01/01/2001 – 31/06/2001       Visiting Professor – Department of Economics, Modena University, Italy.

01/09/2005 – 29/02/2008       Professor of Economics - Department of Economics, Politics and Public Administration, Aalborg University, Denmark.

01/09/2006 – 30/06/2007       Visiting Professor – Department of Economics (CIFREM - Interdepartmental Centre for Research Training in Economics and Management) – Trento University, Italy.

01/09/2006 – current                 Staff member of the PhD School - Interdepartmental Centre for Research Training in Economics and Management (CIFREM)

01/02/2008 – current                 Professor of Political Economy, Department of Economics, University of Trento, Italy.

01/01/2010 – current                 (Founding) Member of the Algorithmic Social Sciences Research Unit (ASSRU www.assru.economia.unitn.it), Department of Economics, University of Trento, Italy.

01/11/2010 – 11/04/2011           Head of Department, Department of Economics, University of Trento, Italy.

 

 


Teaching experience

 

01/01/1986 – 30/04/1989       Research Department Banca Commerciale Italiana, responsible of the teaching of Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy to both selected employees of the bank and visiting students coming from Japan and several African nations.

01/05/1989 – current date      Teaching responsibilities that cover a wide spectrum of a university employee’s teaching obligations.

                                                Bachelor Level: Macroeconomics taught at the 5th or 6th semester (Supervisor for circa 30 Bachelor dissertations).

                                                Graduate Level: Macroeconomic Dynamics, Business Cycle Theories, Growth Theories, Sraffian Economics, Monetary Economics, Advanced Macroeconomics, Keynesian Macroeconomics, Computational and Computable Economics (Supervisor of circa 70 Master Dissertations and 5 PhD dissertations).

            PhD Level: Macroeconomics, Computational Economics and Computable Economics.

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