Assistant Professor in Economics, King’s College London
Alberto Vesperoni is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics at King’s College London. He is an economic theorist with focus on development economics. His research links models of social interaction (conflict and cooperation) to structural variables such as economic inequality, spatial concentration and ethnic diversity that are brought to the data to assess their relation to development.
Recent work by Alberto Vesperoni
A new index of ethnic stratification reveals that ethnic differences matter for conflict if, and only if, they coincide with economic differences