Faculty Profile

Dr. Antonio Marasco

Assistant Professor

Department Of Economics

Antonio Marasco joined LUMS as an Assistant Professor in August 2006. Prior to joining LUMS, he had a one-year teaching appointment in Atilim University, Ankara. From 1990 to 1994 he was employed in the insurance sector at Lloyd Adriatico of Trieste. He has been a teaching assistant at the University College, London and a visiting instructor at Bilkent University. His teaching interests are in intermediate macroeconomics, growth theories, and microeconomics. His research focuses broadly on foreign direct investment and income inequality as possible determinants of technological progress and economic development.

    • Journal Articles
      • Marasco, A. .(2016). Is Foreign Technological Advance Harmful in the Melitz Model? . Open Economies Review , Springer Link
      • Marasco, A. .(2013). Heterogeneous Productivity and the Gains from Trade and FDI . Open Economies Review , Springer Link , pp. 339-360
    • Research Paper
      • Marasco, A. .(2014). "Asymmetric Technological Change in the Melitz Model: Are Foreign Technological Improvements Harmful?," . LUMS Economics Working Paper , LUMS Working Paper Series
      • Marasco, A. .(2014). "Asymmetric Technological Change in the Melitz Model: Are Foreign Technological Improvements Harmful?," . Carleton Economic Papers , Carleton University, Department of Economics
TitleSemesterCode
Master's ThesisFall Semester 2014-151401
Mathematical Applications in EconomicsFall Semester 2014-151401
Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2014-151402
Growth TheoriesSpring Semester 2014-151402
International TradeFall Semester 2015-161501
Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2015-161502
Growth TheoriesSpring Semester 2015-161502
Masters Thesis ISummer Semester 2015-161503
International TradeFall Semester 2016-171601
Senior Project IFall Semester 2016-171601
Independent StudyFall Semester 2016-171601
Masters Thesis IIFall Semester 2016-171601
Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2016-171602
Growth TheoriesSpring Semester 2016-171602
Masters Thesis ISummer Semester 2016-171603
  • Past Courses
    TitleSemesterCode
    Macroeconomics-IIAutumn Qtr 2006-07601
    Growth TheoriesAutumn Qtr 2006-07601
    Macroeconomics-IIWinter Qtr 2006-07602
    Growth TheoriesSpring Qtr 2006-07603
    Growth TheoriesAutumn Qtr 2007-08701
    Macroeconomics-IIWinter Qtr 2007-08702
    Growth TheoriesSpring Qtr 2007-08703
    Growth TheoriesAutumn Qtr 2008-09801
    Seminar in Growth, Trade & Development IAutumn Qtr 2008-09801
    Macroeconomics-IIWinter Qtr 2008-09802
    Seminar in Growth, Trade & Development IIWinter Qtr 2008-09802
    Macroeconomics-IISpring Qtr 2008-2009803
    Independent StudySpring Qtr 2008-2009803
    Masters Thesis ISpring Qtr 2008-2009803
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsFall Semester 2009-10901
    Growth TheoriesFall Semester 2009-10901
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2009-10902
    Senior Project IFall Semester 2010-111001
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsFall Semester 2010-111001
    Growth TheoriesFall Semester 2010-111001
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2010-111002
    Independent StudySpring Semester 2010-111002
    Independent StudySpring Semester 2010-111002
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsFall Semester 2011-121101
    Growth TheoriesFall Semester 2011-121101
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2011-121102
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsFall Semester 2012-131201
    Growth TheoriesFall Semester 2012-131201
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2012-131202
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsFall Semester 2013-141301
    Growth TheoriesFall Semester 2013-141301
    Independent StudyFall Semester 2013-141301
    Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring Semester 2013-141302