Mauro Mussini

foto,  June 5, 2018
Temporary Assistant Professor
Academic sector
Research sector (ERC)
PE1_14 - Statistics

Santa Marta,  Floor 1,  Room 1.48
045 8028244
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Office Hours

Friday, Hours 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM,   Santa Marta, floor 1, room 1.48


Mauro Mussini is an Assistant Professor of Economic Statistics at the Department of Economics, University of Verona. He received his PhD degree in Statistics from the University of Milan Bicocca in 2008. His research interests include inequality and poverty measurement, statistical models for energy and environmental data analysis, statistical methods for the integration of data from different sources.


Modules running in the period selected: 13.
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Topic Description Research area
JEL D31 - Personal Income, Wealth, and Their Distributions The study of income distribution, taxation and inequality. Analysis of wage distribution, components of income, and wealth. Analysis of wage, income and wealth differentials between social and gender categories, with particular emphasis on gender wage discrimination. Economia del benessere e delle scelte collettive
Microeconomics D1,D3,D5-D8 - Distribution
JEL E24 - Employment; Unemployment; Wages; Analysis of the main causes of fluctuations in labor market variables such as participation rates, unemployment and employment rates and wages. Investigation of the role of monetary and fiscal policies on labour market equilibrium. It also covers the convergence of aggregate labor productivity between countries or regions and labor productivity inequality. Macroeconomia, Economia internazionale e Sviluppo
Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics E1-E6 - Macroeconomics: Consumption, Saving, Production, Employment, and Investment
JEL I32 - Measurement and Analysis of Poverty Analysis and measurement of poverty. Appraisal of deprivation in terms of income and in a multidimensional context. Qualitative assesment of poverty.  Measurement of child poverty with particular attention to the application to models of family collective choices. Measurement of family needs, use of equivalence scales and identification of child poverty and poverty at household level. Analysis of extreme poverty in urban areas with a blended-methods approach. Economia del benessere e delle scelte collettive
Health, Education, and Welfare I2-I3 - Welfare and Poverty