Massimiliano Tani is professor of Finance in the School of Business at the University of New South Wales (Canberra), Australia.His research focuses on skills and skilled international migration, innovation and mobility, the labour market for graduates, and higher education. Before moving to Australia in 1999 he had a previous life in investment banking.
Max holds a PhD in Economics from the Australian National University (Canberra, Australia), a MSc Econ from the LSE (1992) and Laurea from Bocconi University (1989).
ReportsSkilled migration policy and the labour market performance of immigrants
This working paper reviews the effect of a specific migration policy change in Australia and examines whether migration policy can be used to influence immigrants’…
Skilled migration: Solving the puzzle
The division of responsibility between immigration and employment departments may generate discrepancies.