Welfare Economics

Francesco Andreoli
Associate Professor
Eugenio Peluso
Associate Professor
Veronica Polin
Assistant Professor
Marcella Veronesi
Associate Professor
Claudio Zoli
Full Professor
Research interests
Topic People Description
JEL D61 - Allocative Efficiency; Cost-Benefit Analysis Marcella Veronesi
Evaluation of costs and benefits of public policies such as environmental policies to reduce risks from air pollution, water pollution or contaminated sites.
JEL D63 - Equity, Justice, Inequality, and Other Normative Criteria and Measurement Francesco Andreoli
Eugenio Peluso
Veronica Polin
Claudio Zoli
Analysis and evaluation of welfare effect of public policies. Measurement of inequality, poverty and well-being. Also includes applications of criteria of distributive justice for the analysis of income distribution and both social and economic conditions of individuals and families. Study of polarization of income, segregation and discrimination. Analysis of innovative visions of social justice, particularly in urban areas.