Her short-term and visiting positions include: Research Scolar and U.C. Berkeley, IMT Lucca, INPS senior scholar. Her research interests are in Labor Economics, using a microeconometrics approach, with a special focus on wages, labor market and institution, policy evaluation and gender. Agata Maida has a distinguished publication record in scientific economic journals. She collaborated to research projects of the European Commission, ISFOL, EIEF, INPS.
- Maida, A. and C. Tealdi, “Does EPL Affect Educational Mismatch”, Working Paper, 2017.
- Devicienti, F., B. Fanfani and A. Maida, “Collective Bargaining and the Evolution of Wage Premia Dispersion in Italy”, IZA Discussion Papers 10293, 2016.
- Card, D., F. Devicienti and A. Maida, “Rent sharing, Hold-up and Wages: Evidence from Matched Panel Data”, The Review of Economic Studies, 81: 84-111, 2014.
- Girogino, V., A. Maffioletti, A. Maida and F. Scacciati, “More Terminological and Methodological Problems in Measuring Happiness, Life Satisfaction and Well-being: Some First Empirical Results”, in The Pursuit of Happiness and the Traditions of Wisdom, Part of the series SpringerBriefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research, Springer, 13-21, 2014.