Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Southern California
Vittorio Bassi is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Southern California. His main research interests are in development and labor economics, with a focus on the transition into the labor market for young workers, and on how labor market frictions affect both workers and firms. He holds a PhD in Economics from University College London, and was a PhD Scholar at the Institute for Fiscal Studies during his doctoral studies.
Recent work by Vittorio Bassi
While both vocational training and apprenticeships raise employment of poor Ugandan youth and are cost-effective in the long run, vocational training...