Teresio Poggio - Libera Università di Bolzano

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Curriculum Vitae (09.04.2015)
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Teresio Poggio
Teresio Poggio
Office: Piazzetta Università, 1 – 39031 Brunico (BZ), Italy
Office: (+39) 0474 013646
[email protected]
www.teresio.net (full CV available)
Nationality Italian
RÉSUMÉ
Dr. Teresio Poggio is an Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Economics and Management at the
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy. He has been extensively trained in empirical methods for the
social sciences. He teaches social network analysis (PhD program) and empirical methods (BA
program). He has other teaching and administrative responsibilities in the Faculty’s programs related
to the curricula in management of tourism, sports and events.
His main research interests focus on housing systems, inequality and its reproduction and on survey
methods, particularly on:
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comparative analysis of Western European housing systems and policies;
policy design, management and financing of social housing;
intergenerational relationships and the production/transmission of housing wealth as a factor in the reproduction
of inequality;
ICT and new data collection methods for the general population;
data quality in online mobile surveys.
He has led and participated several research projects on these subjects, including the recently
awarded international project Redesigning Social Housing Against Poverty in Europe. He has served
as an advisor on housing and social policy issues for national, regional and local governments. On the
same issues he has cooperated with several non-profit organizations.
He has been habilitated as an Associate Professor in Sociology (Sociologia generale) in Dec. 2013.
WORK EXPERIENCE
(October 2012-present)
Assistant professor
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy), Faculty of Economics and Management (www.unibz.it)
▪ Research:
2014-2017: Principal investigator, Redesigning Social Housing Against Poverty in Europe
(RESHAPE, http://www.socialhousing.eu/), 89,000 € (unibz Central Research Commission Call 2014)
2014 ----- : Advisor, Tenancy Law and Housing Policy in Multilevel Europe
(TENLAW, EU 7FP: http://tenlaw.uni-bremen.de/)
2013-2015: Principal investigator, Online Surveys on Mobile Devices: Quality Indicators for Collected
Data (MOBQUAL), 5,000 € (unibz, Faculty research funds call 2013)
2012-2015: Principal investigator, Self-Administered Mobile Survey Methodology
(3-years researcher contract at unibz, Supervised by Prof. M. Bosnjak)
2012 ----- : Italian partner, Housing Markets and Welfare State Transformations
(HOUWEL, ERC Starting Grant: http://houwel.uva.nl )
▪ Teaching (course leader):
- PhD program in Management and Economics on Organizational and Institutional Outliers: Social
networks analysis (32 hours, since 2014);
- BA program in Management of Tourism, Sport and Events: Empirical Methods in Management; (36
hours, since 2013); International Management of Sport and Events (36 hours, since 2012).
▪ Main administration responsibilities:
Executive Master in Hospitality Management (Program and management board);
BA program in Management of Tourism, Sport and Events (Admittance Committee);
Survey design and management: Faculty Best Teacher Award 2014.
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Curriculum Vitae
(August 2001-Sept. 2012)
Teresio Poggio
Research Assistant
University of Trento, Dept. of Sociology and Social Research (www.unitn.it)
▪ Research
(2010-2011) Principal investigator of the mixed-mode survey ‘Crescere a Trento’, on childcare
demand and services in Trento (with C. Buzzi and M. Bazzoli), circa € 20,000 (Trento municipality)
(2008-2010) Coordination of the international research group The intergenerational transmission
of inequality: analytic possibilities from existing data (with C. Saraceno, WZB Berlin),
circa € 20,000 (network of excellence Equalsoc, EU FP6).
(2007-2008) Researcher, Intergenerational relations in families and societies, research group within
the European Network of excellence EQUALSOC, FP6 (Directed by Prof. C. Saraceno, WZB –
Berlin).
(2001-2012) Research assistant providing support to various research projects in the department.
▪ Teaching
- PhD program in Sociology and social research (short courses, course leader): Data analysis with
Spss (2007); Data analysis with Stata (2004, 2006); Network analysis with Ucinet (2004);
- MA Program in Sociology and social research (teaching assistant): Computer laboratory: data
analysis (2006, 2007, 16 hours);
- BA Program in Sociology: Teaching assistant: Methods and Techniques for social research (2002,
2004, 16 hours);
- Other leaded teaching activities and seminars given (main): University Bocconi, Milan, Workshop
Using the Nesstar platform for statistical data archiving (2011); University of Trento, seminar: Using
E-net for the analysis of ego-network data (2008); Statistics Unit of the Trento City Council, course:
Data analysis with Spss (2006).
▪ Main administration responsibilities
(2007-2012) Executive Coordinator of the Research Laboratory (LaboR) and its research services:
survey unit, data production, management, analysis and archiving;
(2010-2012) Executive coordination of the inter-university project Network of Italian Data Archives
for the social sciences (IDA-NET);
Main other professional experiences (mostly on a free-lance basis)
Research
(2011) Local quality of life survey in Gsies (BZ), for the Stiftung Vital (with. C. Buzzi, R. Fasol and S. Frei)
(2010-2011) Local quality of life survey in Mals (BZ), for Chiron snc (with R. Fasol and S. Frei)
(2008-2010) Evaluating the outcomes of the Italian rent supplement scheme
Research project - only partially funded - aiming to investigate the outcomes of this policy instrument by
analysing survey data and register data for major cities (with M. Baldini).
(2008-2009) Towards a social housing policy in Italy
Researcher in this project commissioned by the Italian Ministry of Social Solidarity (University of Modena and
Reggio Emilia, Centro di Analisi delle Politiche Pubbliche; Director: Prof. M. Baldini).
(2007-2009) Observatory on Inequalities
Researcher, member of the housing inequality team (Ermanno Gorrieri Foundation; Director: Prof. C. Saraceno,
WZB - Berlin).
(2002-2003) Poverty in Trentino
Research project, commissioned by the Trento Provincial Assembly, Special Commission on Poverty (with F.
Biolcati Rinaldi and C. Margheri).
Research work abroad
Other experiences
(Jul-Aug 2001) European Centre for Analysis in the Social Sciences (ECASS), at the University of
Essex (UK);
(Sept-Oct 2014) GESIS Panel infrastructure; GESIS – the Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences,
Mannheim (DE)
(2012) Training on immigrant integration in the housing system (ATAS, Trento);
(2009) Statistical consultant for the Observatory on housing conditions (Trento Municipality);
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Curriculum Vitae (09.04.2015)
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EDUCATION, CREDENTIALS,
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
(Dec. 2013)
Habilitation in Sociology (Associate professor level)
Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research
(2002 - 2006)
Ph.D in Sociology and Social Research
University of Trento (Italy)
▪ Thesis: “Home Ownership and Social Inequality in Italy, 1951-2001” (Supervisor: Prof. Marzio Barbagli;
Discussants: Prof. Piergiorgio Corbetta, Prof.ssa Chiara Saraceno, Prof. Paolo Segatti; Result: Excellent work).
(1987 - 2001)
(studies interrupted)
BA in Sociology
University of Trento (Italy)
▪ Thesis: “The House of the Father. Home Ownership and Housing Inequality in Comparative
Perspective” (Supervisor: Prof. Gösta Esping-Andersen. Discussants: Prof. Sergio Fabbrini, Prof. Davide La
Valle; Grade: 110/110).
Further professional training
SURVEY METHODOLOGY: Designing effective web+mail mixed-mode surveys (D. Dillman), Gesis, Mannheim, 2014;
Paradata in social survey research (F. Kreuter), ESS-train, Mannheim, 2010; Web-based survey methods workshop
(M. Bosnjak, M. Weiß), University of Trento, 2009; Mixed-mode surveys (E. de Leeuw), ESS-train, Ljubljana, 2009.
SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS: Introduction to social network analysis with Pajek (Anja Žnidaršič), Free University of
Bozen-Bolzano, 2013; Social network analysis (S. Borgatti and M. Diani), University of Trento, 2005; SIENA
workshop (T.A.B. Snijders), INSNA, Portoroz, 2004; Social network analysis (M. Everett) and Advanced social
network analysis (J. Skvoretz), Essex Summer School in Data Analysis and Collection, 2002.
OTHER QUANTITATIVE METHODS: Generalized linear latent and mixed models course (A. Pickles), Oxford Spring
School in Quantitative Methods for Social Research, 2010; Crash course in bias selection modelling (V. Prowse),
Oxford Spring School in Quantitative Methods for Social Research, 2008; Multilevel discrete–time event history
analysis (F. Steele), CASS, Southampton, 2002; Survival analysis (S. P. Jenkins), Essex Summer School in Data
Analysis and Collection, 2002.
PERSONAL SKILLS
Mother tongue(s)
Italian
Other language(s)
UNDERSTANDING
Listening
English
C1
SPEAKING
WRITING
Reading
Spoken interaction
Spoken production
C2
C1
C1
B2
IELTS (23 March 2013) overall band score=7.5 (C1 Level).
French
B1
B2
German
A1
A1
B1
B1
A2
A1
A1
Self-assessed
A1
Self-assessed
Levels: A1/2: Basic user - B1/2: Independent user - C1/2 Proficient user - Common EU Framework of Reference for
Languages
Computer skills
▪ General purpose: MacOS, Windows and standard productivity software (proficient user); limited
Linux user;
▪ Statistics: Stata, Spss, Ucinet, Enet, Pajek (proficient user); Lisrel, MlWin, Siena;
▪ Data collection: EFS Survey, Opinio, Remark Office (proficient user);
▪ Other scientific software: Sente, Mendeley, EndNote, Atlas-ti (independent user);
▪ Data archiving: Nesstar suite (proficient user).
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Curriculum Vitae
Publications
and research outputs
Teresio Poggio
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS:
(2015) “Survey participation via mobile devices in a probability-based online-panel: Prevalence, determinants, and
implications for nonresponse”, Survey Practice 8(2) (with M. Bosnjak and K. Weyandt).Online (30.03.2015):
http://www.surveypractice.org/index.php/SurveyPractice/article/view/271
(2014) “The Italian housing system and the global financial crisis”, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment,
29(2): 317-334 (with M. Baldini). [Scopus-indexed] [WOS-indexed]
(2012) “Housing policy toward the rental sector in Italy: a distributive assessment”, Housing Studies, 27(5): 563-581
(with M. Baldini). [Scopus-indexed] [WOS-indexed]
(2008) “La proprietà della casa nella stratificazione sociale” (Home ownership in social stratification), Meridiana, 62:
53-69.
(2007) “Sistemas de vivenda y benestar en el sur de Europa” (Housing and welfare systems in Southern Europe),
Administración & cidadanía, 2(2): 93-113. Online (23.11.2014):
http://egap.xunta.es/Documentos/Publicacions/%5B1297949866%5DVOL2.2_CAST.pdf
(2006) “Proprietà della casa, disuguaglianze sociali e vincoli del sistema abitativo” (Home ownership, social
inequalities and constraints from the housing system), La rivista delle politiche sociali, 3: 27-40.
(2005) “La casa come area di welfare” (Housing as a welfare dimension), Polis, 19(2): 279-305.
(2004) “Espansione della telefonia mobile ed errore di copertura nelle inchieste telefoniche” (Expansion of mobile
phones and coverage error in telephone surveys) Polis, 18(3): 477-506 (with M. Callegaro).
BOOKS OR CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS:
(2012) “The first steps into the Italian housing system: inequality between generational gaps and intergenerational
family transfers”, in Ray Forrest & Ngai-Ming Yip (eds.), Young People and Housing: Transitions,
Trajectories and Generational Fractures. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 42-63. [Scopus-indexed]
(2012) “The housing pillar of the Mediterranean welfare regime: relations between home ownership and other
dimensions of welfare in Italy”, in Richard Ronald and Marja Elsinga (eds.), Beyond Home Ownership.
Housing, welfare and society. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 51-67. [Scopus-indexed] [WOS-indexed]
(2012) “Italy”, in Michael Häder, Sabine Häder & Mike Kühne (eds.), Telephone Surveys in Europe: Research and
Practice. Heidelberg etc.: Springer, pp. 59-72 (with M. Callegaro).
(2012) Crescere a Trento. Indagine sui servizi socio-educativi per la prima infanzia (Survey on care and education
of children 0-3 years old in Trento), Quaderni del Dipartimento n. 61. Trento, Università di Trento Dipartimento di Sociologia e ricerca sociale (with M. Bazzoli and C. Buzzi).
Online (23.11.2014): http://web.unitn.it/files/download/8701/quaderno61.pdf
(2009) “Le principali dimensioni della disuguaglianza abitativa” (Main dimensions of housing inequality), in Andrea
Brandolini, Chiara Saraceno and Antonio Schizzerotto (eds.), Dimensioni della disuguaglianza in Italia:
povertà, abitazione, salute. Bologna: il Mulino, pp. 273-292.
(2009) “Le politiche rivolte all’affitto e i loro effetti” (Housing policies toward the rented sector, and their outcomes), in
Andrea Brandolini, Chiara Saraceno and Antonio Schizzerotto (eds.), Dimensioni della disuguaglianza in
Italia: povertà, abitazione, salute. Bologna: il Mulino, pp. 333-354.
(2008) “The intergenerational transmission of home ownership and the reproduction of the familialistic welfare
regime”, in Chiara Saraceno (ed.), Families, Ageing and Social Policy. Generational Solidarity in European
Welfare States. Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (MA, USA): Edward Elgar, 59-87. [Scopus-indexed]
(2007) “Povertà, redditi e consumi familiari” (Poverty, household income and consumption), in LaboR, Le ricerche di
Petronilla. Una guida alle fonti statistiche per l'analisi secondaria nella ricerca sociale. Quaderni del
Dipartimento n. 38. Trento, Università di Trento - Dipartimento di Sociologia e ricerca sociale, pp. 55-64.
Online (23.11.2014): http://web.unitn.it/files/quad38.pdf .
(2007) “Povertà, redditi e consumi familiari” (Poverty, household income and consumption), in LaboR, Le ricerche di
Petronilla. Una guida alle fonti statistiche per l'analisi secondaria nella ricerca sociale. Quaderni del
Dipartimento n. 38. Trento, Università di Trento - Dipartimento di Sociologia e ricerca sociale, pp. 55-64.
Online (23.11.2014): http://web.unitn.it/files/quad38.pdf.
(2004) “Home ownership and social inequality in Italy”, in Karin Kurz and Hans Peter Blossfeld (eds.), Home
Ownership and Social Inequality in Comparative Perspective. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 187-232
(with F. Bernardi).
OTHER PUBLISHED ACADEMIC AND POLICY PAPERS:
(2013) “Le condizioni abitative delle famiglie italiane” (Housing conditions of Italian households), in Le politiche sociali
per la casa. Quaderni della ricerca sociale n. 22. Rome: Ministero del Lavoro e delle Politiche sociali, pp. 457 (with M. Baldini and M. Federici).
Online (23.11.2014): http://www.lavoro.gov.it/AreaSociale/Inclusione/Documents/qrscasa.pdf
(2013) “Il fondo sociale per l’affitto nell’esperienza di alcune grandi città italiane: un’analisi su microdati
amministrativi” (Housing allowances in the largest Italian cities: a study based on register micro-data), in Le
politiche sociali per la casa. Quaderni della ricerca sociale n. 22. Rome: Ministero del Lavoro e delle
Politiche sociali, pp. 255-283 (with M. Baldini).
Online (23.11.2014): http://www.lavoro.gov.it/AreaSociale/Inclusione/Documents/qrscasa.pdf
(2013) “I trasferimenti alle famiglie in affitto in Italia: una valutazione distributiva” (Transfers to tenant households in
Italy: a distributive assessment), in Le politiche sociali per la casa. Quaderni della ricerca sociale n. 22.
Rome: Ministero del Lavoro e delle Politiche sociali, pp. 284-297 (with M. Baldini).
Online (23.11.2014): http://www.lavoro.gov.it/AreaSociale/Inclusione/Documents/qrscasa.pdf
(2012) “Crescere a Trento. I servizi socio-educativi per la prima infanzia: un confronto tra famiglie italiane e famiglie
straniere” (Childcare services: comparing Italian and foreign households) in Maurizio Ambrosini, Paolo
Boccagni e Serena Piovesan (ed.) Immigrazione in Trentino: Rapporto annuale 2011, pp. 171-184. Trento,
Provincia autonoma di Trento, Infosociale n. 44 (with M. Bazzoli).
Online (23.11.2014):
http://www.cinformi.it/index.php/it/content/download/22196/81328/version/1/file/Rapporto_immigrazione_in_Trentino_2011.pdf
(2010) Description of relevant European databases for the study of intergenerational transmission of inequality.
Equalsoc report (with M. Filandri). On-line (23.11.2014): http://intgen.wzb.eu/Filandri_Poggio_archive.pdf
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(2009) The Intergenerational Transmission of Inequality: Analytic Possibilities from Existing Data (Editor). State of
the Art Report, Equalsoc. Contributions from M. Albertini, C. Attias-Donfut, M. Filandri, K. Kasearu, B.
Nolan, A. Papuchon, T. Poggio, C. Saraceno e K. Van den Bosch. On-line (23.11.2014):
http://www.equalsoc.org/uploaded_files/regular/Poggio-intergenerational-transmission-of-inequality.pdf
(2009) Introduction to Trento City Council, Osservatorio sulle condizioni abitative: dinamiche sociali e di mercato
(Observatory on housing conditions: social and market dynamics).
(2005) Where Can I Call You? The “Mobile (Phone) Revolution” and its Impact on Survey Research and Coverage
Error: discussing the Italian Case, in van Dijkum, Cor, Jörg Blasius and Claire Durand (eds.), Recent
Developments and Applications in Social Research Methodology Proceedings of the RC33 Sixth
International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Amsterdam [Cd-rom]. Leverkusen-Opladen
(Germany), Barbara Budrich (with M. Callegaro).
BOOKS REVIEW:
(2009) S. J. Smith and M. Munro (eds.) The Microstructures of Housing Markets, Sociologica, 2/3.
(2004) A.R. Minelli La politica per la casa (Housing policy), Rivista italiana di scienza politica, 3.
UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH PAPERS:
(2003) Povertà ed esclusione sociale in Trentino: problemi, politiche, proposte (Poverty and social exclusion in
Trentino: issues, policies, suggestions) Report to the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Trento,
Special Commission on Poverty and Social Exclusion (with F. Biolcati Rinaldi and C. Margheri ).
DATASET PRODUCED:
(2014) Best teaching award survey – Faculty of Economics and Management at unibz
(2014) Business survey on Websurveys in Italy.
(2010) Crescere a Trento. Survey on care and education of children 0-3 years old in Trento (with M. Bazzoli and C.
Buzzi).
Bibliometric
indexes/fetishes
Google Scholar H-Index: 8
Scopus H-Index:
3
( http://scholar.google.it/citations?user=zECP4zgAAAAJ&hl )
( http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.url?authorId=55327682200 )
(as of February 2015)
Conferences and seminars
INVITED TALKS, SEMINARS AND PRESENTATIONS:
2014
- University of Trieste: seminar Le indagini online per le ricerche di mercato: opportunità e sfide metodologiche
(Online surveys for market research: opportunities and methodological challenges). Trieste, 29 October.
- London School of Economics and Political Science: Social housing programmes in Brazil from an Italian
perspective, talk at the “Brazil-EU Dialogue seminar on low income housing finance and subsidies”. London,
Setpember, 25.
- Free University of Bozen-Bolzano: presentation The Italian housing context, HOUWEL research network
workshop. Bozen-Bolzano, September, 18-19
- University of Udine: seminar Internet e internet mobile. Opportunità e sfide metodologiche per le indagini
campionarie (Internet and mobile Internet. Opportunities and methodological challenges for sample surveys).
Udine, May, 7.
- Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: presentation Recent transformations of the familialistic housing systems in
Southern Europe, talk at the workshop “Housing and migration in Spain: A look in time of crisis”. Barcelona,
March, 26-27.
2013
- University of Amsterdam: presentation Housing, Family and Welfare. Main coordinates for Italy. HOUWEL project
symposium. Amsterdam, May, 22-23.
- University of Trento: seminar Mobile survey. Opportunità e sfide per la ricerca (Mobile surveys. Opportunities and
challenges for research). Trento, May, 22.
- Free University of Bozen-Bolzano: presentation Social Surveys and new ICTs. Opportunities and data quality
issues. School of Economics and Management research seminar. Bozen, February, 19.
- Politecnico di Milano: seminar Il ruolo della casa nella riproduzione delle disuguaglianze sociali (The role of housing
in reproducing social inequalities). Milan, January, 24.
2012
- European Network for Housing Research (invited plenary speaker): The role of family in the social production of
home ownership, ENHR annual conference “Housing: Local Welfare and Local Markets in a Globalized World”.
Lillehammer; June, 24-27.
2011
- City University Hong Kong: presentation The first steps into the Italian housing system, between generational gaps
and intergenerational solidarity, paper presented at the symposium “New Generational Gaps? Shifting
Demographics, Economic Change and the Housing Trajectories of Young People”. Hong Kong; May, 18-20.
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2008
- OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment (invited plenary speaker) The housing pillar of the Mediterranean
welfare regime: family, state and market in the social production of home ownership in Italy paper presented at the
conference “Building on Home Ownership: Housing Policies and Social Strategies”. Delft; November, 13-14.
- Observatory on Inequality, Gorrieri Foundation: Le disuguaglianze abitative in Italia (Housing inequality in Italy) and
Effetti delle politiche per l’affitto (Outcomes of policies toward the rental sector, with M. Baldini), papers presented
at the workshop on “Housing inequality”. Modena; June, 16.
OTHER PRESENTED PAPERS (PEER REVIEWED)
2014
th
- 7 International Internet Survey Methodology Workshop: Survey Participation via Mobile Devices in a Probabilitybased Online-Panel: Prevalence, Determinants and Implications for Nonresponse (with M. Bosnjak and K.
Weyandt). Bozen-Bolzano, December 1-3.
th
- 16 General Online Researcb Conference (GOR): Online mobile surveys in Italy: coverage and other
methodological challenges. Cologne, March, 5-7.
2013
- European Survey Research Association Conference: Online Survey Participation via Mobile Devices: Implications
for Nonresponse (with M. Bosnjak and K. Weyandt). Ljubljana, July, 15-19.
- European Survey Research Association Conference: A walking exercise on a tightrope: Trying to balance
coverage, probabilistic sampling and the costs of data collection. Ljubljana, July, 15-19.
- American Association for Public Opinion Research Conference: Online Survey Participation via Mobile Devices
(presented by M. Bosnjak; with K.R. Becker, F. Funke, A. Wachenfeld, B. Fischer). Boston (MA), May, 16-19.
- Il valore della statistica per le imprese e la società: Mixed mode survey su campioni probabilistici: un'alternativa alle
indagini CATI e CAWI? (Mixed mode surveys on probabilistic samples. An alternative to CATI and CAWI
surveys?). Milan, February, 15.
2012
th
- 6 International Internet Survey Methodology Workshop: Mobile Survey Participation Rates in Commercial Market
Research: A Meta-Analysis (with M. Bosnjak, K. R. Becker, F. Funke, A. Wachenfeld, B. Fischer). Ljubljana;
November, 14-16.
2011
- ENHR seminar of the Working Group on Private Rented Markets: Private rented market in Italy: structural traits
and recent trends. Granada; March, 31.
2009
- University of Amsterdam conference on Family, Migration and Housing: Family relations, welfare regimes and the
intergenerational transmission of home ownership (with C.H. Mulder and L. Gulbrandsen). Amsterdam; April, 2-3.
2008
- ENHR Annual Conference: Ten Years After: Evaluating the Italian Rent Supplement Scheme (with M. Baldini).
Dublin; July, 6-9.
- Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung – WZB: The intergenerational transmission of home ownership
and the reproduction of the familialistic welfare regime, paper presented at the EQUALSOC midterm general
conference. Berlin; April, 11-12.
- ENHR, seminar of the Working Group on Private Rented Markets: Three decades of private renting in Italy. Dublin;
January, 21-22.
2007
- Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung - WZB: The intergenerational transmission of home ownership
and its implications for the reproduction of the familialistic welfare regime. Presentation at the EQUALSOC
workshop “Intergenerational relationships in family and society”. Berlin; March, 7-8.
2006
- OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment: Different patterns of home ownership in Europe, paper
presented at the ENHR conference Home ownership in Europe: Policy and research issues. Delft; November, 2324.
- EQUALSOC Network Conference: All you need is cash? In kind and unearned incomes, wealth and
intergenerational transfers (with I. Bison). Barcelona; September, 22-23.
2004
- International Sociological Association (Research Committee 33 – Logic and Methodology) Sixth International
Conference on Social Science Methodology: Where can I call you? The “mobile (phone) revolution” and its impact
on survey research and coverage error: a discussion of the Italian case (with M. Callegaro). Amsterdam; August,
16-20.
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CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ORGANIZATION, SERVICE
th
(2014) 7 International Internet Survey Methodology Workshop: Organizer (with M. Bosnjak). Bozen-Bolzano,
December, 1-3.
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(2014) 16 General Online Conference (GOR): chair session on “Web questionnaire design”. Cologne, March, 5-7.
(2013) Consumer Behavior in Tourism Symposium (CBTS): Member of the Scientific Committee. Bruneck,
December, 4-7.
(2013) European Survey Research Association Conference: chair session on “Is it worth Mixing Modes?”.
Ljubljana, July, 15-19.
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(2013) 15 General Online Conference (GOR): chair session on “Income and working conditions”. Mannheim,
March, 4-6.
(2010) Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB): Organizer (with C. Saraceno): Equalsoc workshop
The intergenerational transmission of inequality: analytic possibilities from existing data, where I also presented
the paper “Transmission of different forms of capital and intergenerational mobility”. Berlin; March, 15-16.
(2008) European Population Conference: chair of the Session on Housing. Barcelona; July, 9-12.
SERVICE TO COMMUNITY AND SOCIETY (PRO BONO)
(2014) Associazione Trentina Accoglienza Stranieri (ATAS): invited expert at the meeting Il condominio
multiculturale: accesso alla casa tra difficoltà e prospettive. Trento, November, 22.
(2014) Caritas diocesana di Trento: invited expert at the meeting "Spezzavano il pane nelle loro case". Trento,
March, 22.
(2013) Arbeitsgemeinschaft der deutschen Familienorganisationen (AGF) e.V.: invited expert at the meeting No
Space for Families? Inclusion and Housing. Berlin, August, 30.
(2010) European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises: roundtable Abitare oggi: Piani e
programmi di social housing in Trentino (Housing today: Social housing schemes for the Trento province).
Rovereto, June, 17.
(2007) Italian Ministry of Family Policies: invited expert on housing policy during the preliminary activities towards the
National Conference of the Family.
Ad hoc manuscript
reviewer
Member of professional
associations
European Journal of Population; Housing Studies; International Journal of Housing Policy; Journal of Housing and
the Built Environment; Journal of Official Statistics (Statistics Sweden); Polis; Rivista italiana di politiche pubbliche;
Sage Open; Social Science Computer Review; Urban Studies; book series “Stranieri in Italia” (il Mulino publisher).
European Network for Housing Research, ENHR (2008--)
ESPA-NET Italia (2013--)
European Survey Research Association, ESRA (2013--)
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