G. Cappelli (2018). “Quite a visible hand? State funding and primary education in 19th-century France and Italy.” Submitted.
G. Cappelli (2018). “Still a long way to go: decomposing GDP inequality across Italy’s regions, 1871-2011.” EHES WP no. 123 (with E. Felice, D. Tirado, J. Martínez-Galarraga). Submitted.
G. Cappelli (2017). "The legacy of history or the outcome of reforms? Primary education and literacy in Liberal Italy (1871-1911)" (with Monica Bozzano). R&R at the Journal of Economic History.
G. Cappelli (2016). “Human capital accumulation in Africa in a long-term perspective, 1730-1970: did colonialism matter?” (with J. Baten). CEPR Discussion Paper n. 11273, Centre for Economic Policy Research, London. R&R at the Journal of Development Economics.
G. Cappelli (2018). “The human capital gender gap and educational reforms in Italy (1861-1921)” (with M. Vasta). Preparing submission.
Determinants of labour productivity across regions of Italy and Spain, c. 1861-2011 (with E. Felice, J. Martinez-Galarraga and D. Tirado).
Long-term human capital accumulation and the impact of Italy's occupation in Ethiopia (with J. Baten and M. Vasta).
Electoral franchise and the rise of mass education: a quasi-experiment based on Italy and Spain, 1860-1920 (with G. Quiroga Valles).
Pull and push factors of migration from Italy to Brazil: new evidence based on regional data c. 1900 (with B. Witzel de Souza).
L’impresa italiana e il capitale umano (with M. Vasta). Book chapter for Enciclopedia Treccani.