School of Economics and Finance
Queen Mary University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
Tel: +44 (20) 7882 8852
Veneziani holds a Ph.D. in Economics
from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. He is
Professor of Economics at
the School of Economics and Finance, Queen Mary University of London.
interests include topics of liberal principles of distributive justice,
axiomatic exploitation theory, macrodynamic models of growth
principles, distribution of resources between generations, sustainable
development, and normative principles in economics. He
interested in the history of economic thought and in political economy
He has published articles in a number of
outlets in economics (including the Journal of
Economic Theory, the
Economic Journal, Theoretical Economics,
the Journal of Economic
Dynamics and Control,
Journal of Mathematical Economics, Social
Choice and Welfare, Macroeconomic
Dynamics, and the
political science (including the British Journal
of Political Science, Political Studies, and
of Theoretical Politics),
and philosophy (including Economics
and Philosophy, the European
Journal of Philosophy, and Philosophy
of the Social Sciences). He has refereed for more than
different journals in economics, political science and philosophy.
is a co-founder and co-organiser of the Analytical Political Economy
Workshop (together with Amitava K. Dutt,
Peter H. Matthews, Simon
Gil Skillman and Peter
Skott) which has met
since 2007, and sits on the Editorial Board of Metroeconomica,
the Journal of Economic Surveys,
the Review of Social Economy,
and Studies in Microeconomics.
He is a member of the September Group.
has collaborated with Jose Carlos Rodriguez Alcantud, Vivek Chibber, Jonathan
Desai, Amitava K. Dutt,
V. Fiorio, Peter
Flaschel, Marc Fleurbaey, Reiner
Froehlich, Giorgos Galanis,
Girardi, Nicolas Grau, Soh Kaneko,
Mariotti, Peter H. Matthews, Kaname
Mohun, Juan D.
E. Roemer, David Ronayne,
Yoshihara, Susanne Wengle, Bill Zame,
Veneziani's RePec page
Veneziani's PhilPapers page
- “The general equilibrium effects of localised technological progress: A Classical approach”, joint with Naoki Yoshihara, Journal of Mathematical Economics,
- “The measurement of labour content: an axiomatic approach”, joint with Naoki Yoshihara, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization,
vol.212, 392-402, 2023.
- “Sufficientarianism”, joint with Jose Carlos Rodriguez Alcantud and Marco Mariotti, Theoretical Economics,
vol. 17, 1529-1557, 2022.
- “Pandemic and economic activity: A Framework for
Policy Analysis”, joint with Peter Flaschel,
Giorgos Galanis, and Daniele Tavani, Review of Behavioral Economics,
vol. 9, 1-44, 2022.
- “Class, Power, and the Structural Dependence
Thesis: Distributive Conflict in the UK, 1892-2018”,
joint with Carlo V. Fiorio and Simon Mohun, Political Studies, vol. 69, 985-1008, 2021. [This
article is reviewed in the LSE
British Politics and Policy Blog, here.]
- “Territorial rights and colonial wrongs”,
joint with Benjamin Ferguson, European
Journal of Philosophy, vol. 29, 425-446, 2021.
- “A Classical Model of Education,
Growth and Distribution”,
joint with Amitava K. Dutt, Macroeconomic
Dynamics, vol. 24, 1186-1221, 2020.
- “The Liberal Ethics of Non-Interference”, joint
with Marco Mariotti, British
Journal of Political Science, vol. 50, 567-584,
- “Education and 'Human Capitalists' in a
Classical-Marxian Model of Growth and Distribution”,
joint with Amitava K. Dutt, Cambridge
Journal of Economics, vol. 43, 481-506, 2019.
- “The dynamics of inequalities and unequal
exchange of labor in
intertemporal linear economies”, joint with Giorgos Galanis
Naoki Yoshihara, Journal
of Economic Dynamics and Control, vol. 100, 29-46, 2019.
Competition and Exploitation, joint
with Jonathan Cogliano, Peter Flaschel, Reiner Franke, and Nils
Froehlich, Edward Elgar, 2018. [Flyer, here. Electronic version (with
some chapters freely accessible), here.]
- “Macroeconomic and Stock Market Interactions
Aggregate Sentiment Dynamics”, joint with Peter Flaschel, Matthieu
Charpe, Giorgos Galanis, and Christian R. Proano, Journal of Economic Dynamics and
Control, vol. 91, 237-256, 2018.
- “Opportunities as chances: maximising the
probability that everybody succeeds”, joint with Marco Mariotti, The Economic Journal, vol. 128,
- “Globalisation and Inequality in a Dynamic
Economy: An Axiomatic Analysis of Unequal Exchange”, joint with Naoki
Choice and Welfare, vol.
49, 445-468, 2017.
- “One million miles to go: taking the axiomatic
road to defining exploitation”, joint with Naoki
Journal of Economics, vol. 41,
- “Liberal Egalitarianism and the Harm Principle”,
joint with Michele Lombardi and Kaname Miyagishima, The
Economic Journal, vol. 126, 2173-2196, 2016. [This
article is reviewed in the LSE
Business Review, here.]
- “Exploitation in economies with heterogeneous
preferences, skills and
assets: An axiomatic approach”, joint with Naoki Yoshihara, The Journal of Theoretical Politics,
vol. 27, 8-33, 2015.
- “On the impossibility of complete
non-interference in Paretian social
judgements”, joint with Marco Mariotti, Journal
of Economic Theory, vol. 148, 1689-1699, 2013.
- “Exploitation, Inequality, and Power”, The
Journal of Theoretical Politics, vol. 25(4), 526-545, 2013.
- “Labor Productivity and the Law of Decreasing
Labor Content”, joint
with Peter Flaschel and Reiner Franke, Cambridge
Journal of Economics, vol. 37, 379-402, 2013.
- “Treading a Fine Line: Characterisations and
Liberal Principles in Infinitely-Lived Societies”, joint with Michele
B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, vol. 12, article 24,
- “Allocating chances of success in finite and
infinite societies: The
Utilitarian criterion”, joint with Marco Mariotti, Journal
of Mathematical Economics,
vol. 48, 226-236, 2012. [Reprinted in the special issue of the Journal
of Mathematical Economics on “The issues arising from a pandemic:
contributions from mathematical economics”,
published online April 2020.]
- “Non-Interference Implies Equality”, joint with
Marco Mariotti, Social
Choice and Welfare, vol. 32, 123-128, 2009.
- “Exploitation and Time”, Journal
of Economic Theory, vol. 132, 189-207, 2007.
- “What we owe our children, they their
joint with John E. Roemer, Journal of Public Economic Theory,
vol. 6, pp.637-654, 2004.
Complete list of publications
Work in progress