Decio Coviello


Coviello, D., Ichino, A. & Persico, N. (2019). Measuring the Gains from Labor Specialization. The Journal of Law and Economics 62, no. 3, 403-426. www

Clark, R., Coviello, D., Gauthier J.-F. & Shneyerov, A. (2018).  Bid Rigging and Entry Deterrence: Evidence form an Anti-Collusion Investigation in Quebec. The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organizations, Vol. 34(3), 301-363.

Coviello, D., Guglielmo, A. & Spagnolo, G. (2018). The Effect of Discretion on Procurement Performance: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design. Management Science, 64(2), 715-738.

Coviello, D., Moretti, L., Spagnolo, G. & Valbonesi, P. (2018). Court Efficiency and Procurement Performance. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 120(3), 826-858.

Coviello, D. and Gagliarducci, S. (2017). Tenure in Office and Public Procurement. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 9(3), 59-105.

Bray, R., D. Coviello, A., Ichino and N. Persico (2016). Multitasking, Multi-Armed Bandits, and the Italian Judiciary. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 18 (4), 545-558.

Coviello, D., A. Ichino, and N. Persico (2015). The Inefficiency of Worker Time Use. The Journal of the European Economic Association, 13(5), 906-947.

Coviello, D. et Persico, N. (2015). An Economic Analysis of Black-White Disparities in the New York Police Department’s Stop-and-Frisk Program. The Journal of Legal Studies , 44(2), 315-360.

D. Coviello & M. Mariniello (2014). The Role of Publicity Requirement on Entry and Auctions Outcomes, Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 109, pg. 76-100.

D. Coviello, A. Ichino and N. Persico (2014). Time use and Task Juggling, American Economic Review, Vol. 104, N. 2, pg. 609-623.

L. Becchetti, S. Caiazza and D. Coviello (2013). Financial Education and Investment Attitudes in High Schools: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment. Applied Financial Economics, Vol. 23, N.10, 817-836.

M. Bobba and D. Coviello (2007). Weak Instruments and Weak Identification in Estimating the Effects of Education on Democracy. Economics Letters, N.96, 301-306.

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