Daniele Schiliro (PhD) is Associate Professor of Economics at University of Messina, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Aziendali, Ambientali, Metodologie Quantitative (SEAM). He holds a B.A. (Laurea) in Economics, Catholic University of Milan. He attended an M-PHIL program in Political Economy at the University of Cambridge (U.K.) and was Special Graduate Student at the University of Yale (U.S.A.). He is winner of the Scholarship "Bonaldo Stringher", Bank of Italy, Rome.
He is Researcher and Senior Member of the Scientific Committee of the Centre of Research in Economic Analysis (CRANEC) Università Cattolica di Milano. His main research fields and domains of expertise are: Industrial Organization, International Economics, Economics of Knowledge and Innovation, Economics of Growth, Environmental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Co-petition and Game Theory. He publishes and collaborates with important Italian and international journals. He is also Co-Editor of the Journal of Advanced Research in Economics and International Business and Member of Editorial Board of the International Journal of Social Science Studies.
Industrial Organization; Business Economics; Behavioral Economics; Economics of Knowledge and Innovation; Economics of Structural Change; International Economics; Environmental Economics.