I am a Professor in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia, a Fellow in the Institutions, Organizations and Growth Program a Research Associate in the Political Economy Program of the National Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Centre for Economic and Policy Research and Co-Editor of the Journal of International Economics.
My research covers various aspects of International Trade and Political Economy. In particular I have worked on the link between skill distribution and comparative advantage, the lobbying decisions of firms, the behavior of lobbyists and corporate charitable giving.
I obtained my PhD in 2005 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and my undergraduate degree from the University of Bologna in Italy.
I am currently on leave.
My research covers various topics in International Trade and Political Economy, such as lobbying and the link between trade and labor markets and the impact of international trade on the environment. I am currently studying how corporations’ charitable giving is related to their political activity. I obtained my PhD from MIT.Institutions, Organizations and Growth|National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)|Journal of International Economics|Centre for Economic and Policy ResearchFellow|Research Associate|Co-Editor|Research Associatehttps://matildebombardini.github.ioPersonal Website