The Final event of the Jean Monnet SAMPLEU (awarded to Prof. Monica Pratesi in 2015) on “Small Area Methods and living conditions indicators in European poverty studies in the era of data deluge and Big data” was held in Pisa on 8th -10th May 2018. The event was organized in close collaboration with the Consortium Makswell (Making Sustainable Development and Well-being frameworks work for policy) and the Centre ASESD Camilo Dagum. The three-day Workshop hosted more than a hundred participants from several nations. Contributions and interventions has been provided by representatives of national and international institutions as well as top-level international academics from educational and research institutions. The Workshop led participants to reflect on the most up-to-date knowledge in the field of multidimensional poverty, Small Area Estimation (SAE) methods, Purchase Power Parities (PPPs), living conditions in EU and it gave insight into the use of new and traditional data sources (Big Data) for the future research needs.
Read more on the Workshop on the Jean Monnet SAMPLEU website