He graduated in Statistical Sciences at the University of Bologna where he subsequently obtained the Ph.D. in Methodological Statistics for Scientific Research. His main research interests are: time series econometrics with particular attention to stationary and nonstationary VAR models; identification of econometric models, structural breaks, and applied macro and micro econometrics.
- Bacchiocchi, E., E. Castelnuovo and L. Fanelli, “Gimme a Break! Identification and Estimation of the Macroeconomic Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks in the U.S.,” Macroeconomic Dynamics, forthcoming.
- Bacchiocchi, E. and A. Missale, “Multilateral Indexed Loans and Debt Sustainability,” Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 31(3-4): 305-329, 2015.
- Bacchiocchi, E., M. Florio and G. Taveggia, “Asymmetric Effects of Electricity Regulatory Reforms in the EU15 and in the New Member States: Empirical Evidence from Residential Prices 1990-2011,” Utilities Policy 35: 72-90, 2015.
- Bacchiocchi, E. and L. Fanelli, “Identification in Structural Vector Autoregressive Models with Structural Changes,” Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 77: 761-779, 2015.
- Bacchiocchi, E., M. Florio and A. Giunta, “Internationalization and Industrial Districts: Evidence from the Italian Automotive Supply Chain,” International Review of Applied Economics, 28: 1-21, 2014.