Category Archives: Pubblicazioni

Active Labor Market Policies and Transitions to Permanent Employment. The Potential of Administrative Data

Pacini B., Coli A., Fabbri E., Sylos Labini M. (2017), Active Labor Market Policies and Transitions to Permanent Employment. The Potential of Administrative Data,  In Coli A., Pacini B., Stradella E. (eds.) Policy, Welfare and Financial Resources: The Impact of the Crisis on Territories, pp. 163-185, Pisa University Press Abstract This chapter aims at shedding some light… Read More »

Long Term Care and the Role of In Kind Transfers. Economic Analysis and Empirical Investigation

Coli A., Pacini B., Pench A. (2017), Long Term Care and the Role of In Kind Transfers. Economic Analysis and Empirical Investigation,  In Coli A., Pacini B., Stradella E. (eds.) Policy, Welfare and Financial Resources: The Impact of the Crisis on Territories, pp. 163-185, Pisa University Press Abstract This chapter develops a simple economic model to analyze… Read More »

Simplified Jackknife Variance Estimates for Fuzzy Measures of Multidimensional Poverty

Betti G., Gagliardi F., Verma V. (2018), Simplified Jackknife Variance Estimates for Fuzzy Measures of Multidimensional Poverty, International Statistical Review, 86(1), doi:10.1111/insr.12219 Abstract In this paper, we present a practical methodology for variance estimation for multi‐dimensional measures of poverty and deprivation of households and individuals, derived from sample surveys with complex designs and fairly large… Read More »

Sub-national indicators of poverty and deprivation in Europe: methodology and applications

Betti G., Gagliardi F., Lemmi A., Verma V. (2012), Sub-national indicators of poverty and deprivation in Europe: methodology and applications, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 5(1), pp. 149-162. Abstract This paper identifies methodologies and strategies appropriate for the development of indicators of well-being at the level of subnational regions, thus contributing towards the… Read More »

Marital Disruption and Economic Well-being: A Comparative Analysis

Aassve A., Betti G., Mazzuco S., Mencarini L. (2007), Marital Disruption and Economic Well-being: A Comparative Analysis, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 170(3), pp. 781-799. Abstract Though there is a considerable literature concerned with the economic consequences of marital breakdown, there is still substantial disagreement in terms of its magnitude. One of… Read More »

Housing Environmental Risk in Urban Areas: Cross Country Comparison and Policy Implications

Chiarini B., D’Agostino A., Marzano E., Regoli A. (2017) Housing Environmental Risk in Urban Areas: Cross Country Comparison and Policy Implications, CESifo Working Paper N. 6822, December 2017 Abstract The main aim of this paper is to assess whether there is a statistically significant environmental impact of cities within European countries. Second, starting from the… Read More »

Evaluating dynamics of national economies through cluster analysis within the input-state-output sustainability framework

Neri L., D’Agostino A., Regoli A., Pulselli F.M., Coscieme L. (2017), Evaluating dynamics of national economies through cluster analysis within the input-state-output sustainability framework, Ecological Indicators, 72, pp. 77-90 Abstract In this paper a cluster analysis is applied to an input-state-output indicator framework that represents the interconnection of the three aspects of sustainability, namely environmental,… Read More »

Methodological Choices and Data Quality Issues for Official Poverty Measures: Evidences from Italy

Lemmi A., Grassi D., Masi A., Pannuzi N., Regoli A. (2018), Methodological Choices and Data Quality Issues for Official Poverty Measures: Evidences from Italy. DOI:10.1007/s11205-018-1841-3. Social Indicators Research – ISSN:0303-8300 Abstract The plurality of the official poverty estimates in Italy covers both absolute and relative approaches, ranges from consumption to income-based measures, follows different methodologies… Read More »

Paths into childlessness over the life course

Mynarska, M., Matysiak, A., Rybinska, A., Tocchioni, V., Vignoli, D. (2015). Paths into childlessness over the life course. Advances in Life Course Research 25: 35-48. Abstract Remaining childless is a process which is influenced by the continuously changing context in which an individual woman lives, and by the many choices she makes in various life… Read More »