UNIVERSITA’ DI PISA - CENTRO DAGUM (UNIPI-DAGUM)

Università di Pisa - Centro DAGUM (UNIPI-DAGUM)


The University of Pisa is a public University founded in 1343. It has 20 Departments and offers 28 Doctoral programs, 68 third cycle Specialisation programs and 88 Master programs. It includes about 52,000 students and about 1,500 research and teaching staff.

The Department of Economics and Management of University of Pisa is a lively environment where research and teaching live side by side in the areas of economics, business and management studies, mathematics and statistics. The Department includes about 70 researchers and professors and more than 4,000 students, both at the undergraduate, post graduate level. The Department also provides 2 PhD programs and offers also some post-doc scholarships. In the academic year 2015/16 the Master Programme in Economics received the label of the European Master in Official Statistics. The Department members are involved in a wide variety of research topics, both theoretical and empirical ones. Among these research areas there are economic growth and inequality, savings and pension economics, corporate social responsibility and socially responsible investments, econometrics, business and accounting, public economics. The research group formed by methodological statisticians has expertise in the fields of Small Area Estimation, Survey Sampling, Economic Statistics, Social Statistics and Demography. The unit has developed many financed projects since 2000, ranging from the field of Statistics to the field of Social statistics and Demography.

The Department of Economics and Management is the headquarters of the Tuscan Interuniversity Research Centre on Advanced Statistics for the Equitable and Sustainable Development (ASESD) ‘Camilo Dagum’, founded and currently formed by professors and researchers of the Universities of Pisa, Siena and Florence and also from other Universities. The aims of the ASESD include the promotion of multidisciplinary cooperation in the study of the different dimensions of poverty and deprivation, both from a methodological and applied perspective.


 

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