Bruno Morando

Economics

Lecturer

Rhetoric House
1st Floor
33

Biography

Bruno is a lecturer in Economics at Maynooth University.

Bruno joined the Department in 2021, following the completion of a postdoctoral fellowship at Trinity College Dublin, where he also obtained his PhD in Economics in 2019. 

Bruno also holds 
 a MSc in Economics (LMEC) from the University of Bologna and a BSc in Business and Economics from the University of Verona.

Bruno's research interest revolves around agricultural and development economics and he is particularly keen on spatial data applications in all fields of economics.

Research Interests

My research interests revolve around agricultural and development economics.
I am particularly interested in the study of the magnitude and sources of resource misallocation and keen on spatial data applications to economic issues.

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2021 'Setting an example: Political leaders' cues and compliance with health policies in the early stages of the Covid‐19 pandemic in Mexico'
Luciano Ayala, Federico Frattini and Bruno Morando (2021) 'Setting an example: Political leaders' cues and compliance with health policies in the early stages of the Covid‐19 pandemic in Mexico'. Latin American Policy, [DOI] [Details]
2020 'Rental markets, gender, and land certificates: Evidence from Vietnam'
Luciano Ayala, Bruno Morando (2020) 'Rental markets, gender, and land certificates: Evidence from Vietnam'. Food Policy, [DOI] [full-text] [Details]
2020 'What drives the gender-cycling-gap? Census analysis from Ireland'
James Carroll, William Brazil, Bruno Morando and Eleanor Denny (2020) 'What drives the gender-cycling-gap? Census analysis from Ireland'. Transport Policy, [DOI] [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
2022 CSAE annual conference.
Bruno Morando (2022) CSAE annual conference. [Oral Presentation], Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford [Details]
2022 Annual AESI Conference.
Bruno Morando (2022) Annual AESI Conference. [Oral Presentation], Agricultural Economics Society of Ireland Annual Meeting, Galway [Details]
2021 ISI annual conference.
Bruno Morando (2021) ISI annual conference. [Oral Presentation], ISI Conference on Economic Growth and Development, Indian Statistical Institute (online conference) [Details]
2021 ASSET Annual Conference.
Bruno Morando (2021) ASSET Annual Conference. [Oral Presentation], Association of Southern-European Economic Theorists (ASSET), Aix-Marseille University [Details]
2021 CSAE annual conference.
Bruno Morando (2021) CSAE annual conference. [Oral Presentation], Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford [Details]
2019 IEA annual conference.
Bruno Morando (2019) IEA annual conference. [Oral Presentation], Irish Economic Association, UCC [Details]
2019 NCDE annual conference.
Bruno Morando (2019) NCDE annual conference. [Oral Presentation], Nordic Conference in Development Economics, University of Copenhagen [Details]
2019 CSAE annual conference.
Bruno Morando (2019) CSAE annual conference. [Oral Presentation], Center for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford [Details]
2017 Annual NCDE conference.
Bruno Morando (2017) Annual NCDE conference. [Oral Presentation], Nordic Conference in Development Economics, Gothenburg [Details]
2017 IEA annual conference.
Bruno Morando (2017) IEA annual conference. [Oral Presentation], Irish Economic Association, Central Bank of Ireland [Details]

Working Paper

  Year Publication
2022 Spillovers from extractive insustries.
Michael Kilumelume, Bruno Morando, Carol Newman, John Rand (2022) Spillovers from extractive insustries. Working Paper [DOI] [Details]
2021 Market access and inefficient cropping patterns in Uganda.
Bruno Morando (2021) Market access and inefficient cropping patterns in Uganda. Working Paper [Details]
2021 Tariffs, productivity, and resource misallocation.
Michael Kilumelume, Bruno Morando, Carol Newman and John Rand. (2021) Tariffs, productivity, and resource misallocation. Working Paper [DOI] [Details]
2021 Capital Misallocation, Agricultural Subsidies and Productivity: A European Perspective.
Bruno Morando and Carol Newman (2021) Capital Misallocation, Agricultural Subsidies and Productivity: A European Perspective. Working Paper [Details]
2021 Subsistence farming and factor misallocation: Evidence from Ugandan agriculture.
Bruno Morando (2021) Subsistence farming and factor misallocation: Evidence from Ugandan agriculture. Working Paper [Details]