Francesco Andreoli

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Associate Professor
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Research sector (ERC)
SH1_13 - Public economics; political economics; law and economics

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Francesco Andreoli holds a PhD in economics from the University of Cergy-Pontoise, France. He is now researcher at the University of Verona (since December 2018) and at LISER (temporary on leave), where he joined in 2013 with a project supported by the FNR (Luxembourg) and the Marie Curie COFUND scheme. Francesco's research interests are on public economics, more precisely on distributional issues (inequality between generations and across space) and on the role of public policy in alleviating inequalities (redistribution and predistribution policies). He is also interested in methodological advancements on measurement and inference. His research has received the financial support from the FNR (Luxembourg), the ANR (France) and the European Commission (NORFACE ERA-NET) and has appeared, among others, on The Review of Economics and Statistics and the Journal of Business & Economic Statistics


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Research interests
Topic Description Research area
JEL C18 - Methodological Issues: General Derivation of properties of estimators and test statistics in large samples and their analytical corrections for small/medium samples. Quantitative Methods for Economics
Econometric and Statistical Methods and Methodology: General
JEL C80 - General Implementazione e sviluppo software per l'analisi statistica ed econometrica, per il trattamento dati e per la rappresentazione grafica. Quantitative Methods for Economics
Data Collection and Data Estimation Methodology ; Computer Programs
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. Welfare and Collective Choice
JEL D63 - Equity, Justice, Inequality, and Other Normative Criteria and Measurement 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. Welfare and Collective Choice
Welfare Economics
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
Welfare and Poverty
JEL R23 - Regional Migration; Regional Labor Markets; Population; Neighborhood Characteristics This research area studies the impact of migration both from the economic and social perspective. We analyze the effects of immigration on productivity, on firms' decisions and on income distribution. From the point of view of urban economics, neighborhood effects, residential segregation and the sorting mechanisms of families are studied. Enviromental Economics, Energy Economics, Sustainability and Development
Household Analysis
Title Starting date
Assessing MOBIlity and inequality along LIFE cycle: Theory and evidence from surveys and historical longitudinal data 9/1/19