EMOS – European Master in Official Statistics
The European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS) is a network of Master programmes providing post-graduate education in the area of official statistics at the European level. EMOS is a joint project of universities and data producers in Europe. After two calls for interest, the network comprises over 20 programmes in 14 countries.
Website European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS)
InGRID-2 – Integrating Research Infrastructure for European expertise on Inclusive Growth from data to policy
InGRID is a network of distributed and integrating European research infrastructures. For the period 2017-2021, the infrastructure has received funding for 4 year project by the European H2020-programme: the InGRID-2 project (Grant Agreement No 730998). 19 European expert research partners take part in the project. The partners are from 14 European Union Member States
Website InGRID project
MAKSWELL – MAKing Sustainable development and WELL-being frameworks work for policy analysis
MAKSWELL is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme (Grant Agreement No 770643). The project brings together 8 partner institutions from five countries (Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and Hungary).
Website MAKSWELL project
FAMI – Fondo Asilo Migrazione e Integrazione 2014-2020
FAMI is a found estabilished with Regulation (EU) No 516/2014 in order to contribute to the development of the common Union policy on asylum and immigration. Clas S.p.A has entrusted to the Dagum Centre a part of the activities related to the evaluations of the actions co-financed by FAMI.
S.A.M.P.L.E. – Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Condition Estimates
The S.A.M.P.L.E. (Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Condition Estimates) project is a research programme funded by European Commission under the Seventh Framework (FP7) Programme of the European Union.
Website S.A.M.P.L.E. (Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Condition Estimates) project
Jean Monnet Chair Small Area Methods for Monitoring of Poverty and Living conditions in EU (SAMPL-EU) – Professor Monica Pratesi – University of Pisa (2015-2018)