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Roberto Veneziani

Roberto Veneziani

Location: GC407
Phone: +44 20 7882 8852

Office hours: Tuesdays 15:00 - 17:00

Research keywords: Public Economics, Microeconomics

Roberto Veneziani holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. He is Reader in Economics at the School of Economics and Finance, Queen Mary University of London. His research interests include topics of liberal principles of distributive justice, axiomatic exploitation theory, macrodynamic models of growth and distribution, egalitarian principles, distribution of resources between generations, sustainable development, and normative principles in economics. He is also interested in the history of economic thought and in political economy from a mathematical perspective.
He has published articles in a number of outlets in economics (including the Journal of Economics Theory, the Journal of Mathematical Economics, Social Choice and Welfare, the Journal of Public Economic Theory, the Cambridge Journal Economics), political science (including the Journal of Theoretical Politics), and philosophy (including Philosophy of the Social Sciences). He has refereed for thirty different journals in economics, political science and philosophy.


“On the impossibility of complete non-interference in Paretian social judgements”, joint with Marco Mariotti, Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 148, 1689-1699, 2013.

“Exploitation, Inequality, and Power”, The Journal of Theoretical Politics, vol. 25(4), 526-545, 2013.

“Labor Productivity and the Law of Decreasing Labor Content”, joint with Peter Flaschel and Reiner Franke, Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol. 37(2), 379-402, 2013.

“Allocating chances of success in finite and infinite societies: The Utilitarian criterion”, joint with Marco Mariotti, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol. 48, 226-236, 2012.

“Non-Interference Implies Equality”, joint with Marco Mariotti, Social Choice and Welfare, vol.32, 123-128, 2009.

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