Martina Menon

Picture,  June 5, 2018
Position
Assistant Professor
Academic sector
SECS-P/01 - ECONOMICS
Research sector (ERC)
O1 - Economic Development

D1 - Household Behavior and Family Economics

I3 - Welfare and Poverty

D6 - Welfare Economics

Office
Santa Marta,  Floor 1,  Room 1.79
Telephone
045 8028420
E-mail
martina|menon*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
Personal web page
https://sites.google.com/site/martmenon/

Office Hours

Thursday, Hours 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM,   Santa Marta, Floor 1, room 1.79
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Curriculum

Martina Menon, (Ph.D. in Economics, University of York, UK, M.Sc. Microeconomics, University of York UK, and M.Sc. Economics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy) is assistant professor of economics at the University of Verona (Italy), where she teaches microeconomics and political economy at the undergraduate level and consumption theory at the graduate level. She has affiliations to AIEL and Sites-IDEAS (Italian Development Economists Association). She has extensive experience in advanced econometrics and its applications to family decisions, such as consumption, labour participation, schooling choices, collective household model, and measurement of family and individual wellbeing. She has been involved as co-principal investigator in a number of research programs aimed at investigating 1) causal effects of the juvenile crime, 2) effects of disability on the family and individual wellbeing, 3) equity and access to tertiary education in Italy. She has also analysed the last reform of the Italian means-testing toll (ISEE). Her research has been presented in many national and international conferences. She has authored research papers in the area of collective household theory, subjective wellbeing, identification of equivalence scales, cognitive and non-cognitive outcomes, social inclusion and altruism, enrolment in higher education. In the last five years, she has published on international and national journals, Theoretical EconomicsAmerican Journal of Agricultural Economics, Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, Economics Letters, Economic Theory Bulletin, Research on Economic Inequality, Social Indicators Research, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, Rivista di Politica Economica, and she has a number of papers under revision in international journals. 

Modules

Modules running in the period selected: 37.
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Course Name Total credits Online Teacher credits Modules offered by this teacher
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2018/2019)   9  eLearning
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Introductory Economics (2018/2019)   9  eLearning
Combined Bachelor's + Master's degree in Law Introductory Economics [Matricole pari] (2018/2019)   9   
Master’s degree in Economics Local Economic Development (2018/2019)   9  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Introductory Economics (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
Combined Bachelor's + Master's degree in Law Introductory Economics [Matricole pari] (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Local Economic Development (2017/2018)   9  eLearning
PhD in Economics and Management Attività didattica dottorato (2017/2018)   10   
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2016/2017)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor’s degree in Law Services Introductory Economics (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Combined Bachelor's + Master's degree in Law Introductory Economics [Matricole pari] (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Master’s degree in Economics Local Economic Development (2016/2017)   9  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2015/2016)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2014/2015)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics Microeconomics (2014/2015)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2013/2014)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics Microeconomics (2013/2014)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2012/2013)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics Microeconomics (2012/2013)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Economics and Commerce (Verona) Economic Policy (2011/2012)   9  eLearning (esercitazione)
Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics Microeconomics (2011/2012)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics Microeconomics (2010/2011)   6  eLearning
Degree in Business studies (until 2008-2009) Economic Policy (2009/2010)   5    (2 - esercitazione)
Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009) Labour and Migration Economics (2009/2010)   5   
Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics Microeconomics (2009/2010)   6  eLearning
Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009) Labour and Migration Economics (2008/2009)   5   
Degree in Applied Mathematics (until a.y. 2008/2009) Microeconomics (2008/2009)   6  eLearning
Master's degree in Applied Economics Family Economics (2007/2008)   5    Lezione
Esercitazione
Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009) Labour and Migration Economics (2007/2008)   5    Lezione
Esercitazione
Degree in Applied Mathematics (until a.y. 2008/2009) Microeconomics (2007/2008)   6   
Master's degree in Applied Economics Family Economics (2006/2007)   5   
Master's degree in Applied Economics Labour Economics (2006/2007)   5   
Master's degree in Applied Economics Family Economics (2005/2006)   5   
Master's degree in Applied Economics Labour Economics (2005/2006)   5   

Advanced teaching activities
Name Online
Microeconomia (24° ciclo - PhD in Economics and Finance (last intake in 2013))
Microeconomia (23° Ciclo - PhD in Economics and Finance (last intake in 2013))
Microeconomia (24° ciclo - PhD in Economic History (last intake in 2013))
Microeconomia (23° Ciclo - PhD in Economic History (last intake in 2013))
Microeconomics 1 (28° Ciclo - GSEM - PhD in Economics and Business Administration (last activated in 2013))
 
Skills
Topic Description Research area
JEL D11 - Consumer Economics: Theory Economic theory of consumer behavior. The analysis take into account the problems of an exact aggregation and heterogeneity of consumers. It also extends the neoclassical consumer theory to cooperative models. Welfare and Collective Choice
Microeconomics D0-D1,D3,D5-D8 - Household Behavior and Family Economics
JEL D12 - Consumer Economics: Empirical Analysis Empirical analysis of the economic theory of consumers through the econometric estimates of the Engel curves, purchase irregularity problem, unit values, and the design of sample surveys of the families. Welfare and Collective Choice
Microeconomics D0-D1,D3,D5-D8 - Household Behavior and Family Economics
JEL D13 - Household Production and Intrahousehold Allocation Study of theoretical and empirical models for the analysis of collective choices within the family. Analysis of economic models related to consumption choices, family production, allocation of time, and family work offer. Study of bargaining mechanisms at family level and definition of decision-making powers within the family, endogenous fixation of prices and shadow wages. Welfare and Collective Choice
Microeconomics D0-D1,D3,D5-D8 - Household Behavior and Family Economics
JEL I12 - Health Production Theoretical and empirical economic analysis of demographic phenomena with particular attention to the determinants of the family structure. Study of the temporal evolution of the family structure and relationship with the economic variables. Health Economics
Health, Education, and Welfare I1 - Health
JEL I21 - Analysis of Education Study of investment models in human capital with particular regard to investment choices in tertiary and higher education Welfare and Collective Choice
Health, Education, and Welfare I2-I3 - Education and Research Insititutions
JEL I31 - General Welfare, Well-Being Study and measurement of individual and family well-being. Measurement of well-being for vulnerable families and those subject to a greater risk of poverty. Distribution of welfare at the social level. Welfare and Collective Choice
Health, Education, and Welfare I2-I3 - Welfare and Poverty
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. Welfare and Collective Choice
Health, Education, and Welfare I2-I3 - Welfare and Poverty
JEL J13 - Fertility; Family Planning; Child Care; Children; Youth Theoretical and empirical economic analysis of demographic phenomena with particular attention to models for the study of fertility choices. Relationship between family work offer and fertility choices. Analysis of the impact of family choices on the conditions of children. Study of relationships between family decisions and cognitive and non-cognitive development of children. Economic analysis of the determinants of juvenile misleading behavior. Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development
Labor and Demographic Economics - Demographic Economics
Projects
Title Starting date
Juvcrime - Analisi di causalità del reato minorile sia a livello macro che micro economico e valutazione dell’impatto sul benessere individuale e sociale delle misure di intervento 1/1/07
Mosaico - Analisi Costi e Benefici del Modello Riabilitativo per Pazienti che hanno subito Traumi Cranici 1/1/07
PRIN40: Il ruolo dei modelli demo-economici nell'interpretazione dei diversi sentieri di crescita fra macro-regioni italiane (2006) 1/1/06
Produzione domestica in un contesto di modelli familiari collettivi: separabilità e publicness del prodotto domestico 1/1/05
Relazioni di aggregazione esatta tra micro e macro modelli di politica economica 1/1/05
LA DISTRIBUZIONE DEL POTERE E DELLA ALLOCAZIONE DELLE RISORSE ECONOMICHE ALL’INTERNO DELLA FAMIGLIA 5/1/04





Martina Menon
Office Collegial Body
Teaching Staff Body for the Doctorate in international research in Economics and Finance
Collegio didattico di Economia e commercio (Verona) - Department Economics
Collegio didattico di Economics - Department Economics
component Collegio di Didattico Giurisprudenza - Department Law
component Economics Department Council - Department Economics
Personale Docente del Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche