My main teaching is at the Masters level. Past PhD students of mine have gone on to lectureships at Bradford, Cyprus, Hull, Manchester, Strathclyde and Westminster universities, as well as to a research institute in Athens. Over the last five years I have completed four major collaborative cross-national projects.
It was based on a major British Academy conference in May The Politics of Differentiated Integration Palgrave. Current research examines states, debt, and power in European history and integration. My latest project is on Architects of the Euro , with Ivo Maes. It is under contract to Oxford University Press. Whose Europe? Current staff and students can search the full University directory in the intranet.
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Lane, J. Turnover in an Accounting Firm. Journal of Labor Economics 16 4 : In the first part of his career Pagano has challenged the long tradition that sees economics as a relation between means and ends. Within this context his main contribution has been to endogenise the definition of both means and ends, and to clarify that by considering only leisure as argument of the utility function is tantamount to assuming that workers are physical 'things' not different from iron instead of human beings.
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On the basis of this critique various welfare theorems could be re-stated: the sum of utilities and productivity of work instead of the utility alone have to be equal in each use; the technological efficiency is not any more an essential requirement for economic efficiency; and the maximisation of profit does not any more imply an efficient allocation of work. Following this line of research Pagano has enlarged the standard economic view about scarcity.
In addition to standard material scarcity he has taken into account some dimensions usually neglected in mainstream economics among which social and intelligence scarcities. With reference to social scarcity Pagano has suggested a way of integrating the analysis of goods such as prestige and power in economic theory.
This has been done by introducing a new type of good — positional goods — which have been defined as having the opposite character of public goods. The positive consumption of this type of good is possible only if corresponding negative quantities are consumed by other individuals.
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Pagano has shown that while public goods are typically undersupplied, positional goods are typically oversupplied. In the literature on the theory of the firm the main contribution of Pagano has been the development of the concept of organizational equilibrium. Combining the literatures of the Neo-institutional and Radical schools he has defined organizational equilibria as situations where a set of rights technological characteristics of the resources brings about technological characteristics of the resources rights which are consistent with this set of rights technology.
Being strongly influenced by the Darwinian theory of evolution, Pagano has also done some works on bioeconomics. In a recent article, in particular, he has suggested that in the course of human evolution sexual selection supplied the development of human brain and intelligence.