Daniele leads the EU-FER project. He is Professor of Demography at the University of Florence. He received his PhD in Demography from La Sapienza, University of Rome, in 2008. His research addresses: Family-related behaviors and their relations with the socio-economic status of individuals; Comparative family demography; Family life courses; Family events and subjective well-being.
Raffaele is Assistant Professor in Demography at the University of Florence. He obtained his Ph.D. in Sociology and Social Research from the University of Trento (2012), where he taught courses on education, social inequality and social policy. His research interests include social demography, social stratification and inequality, and immigrant integration.
Alessandra is Assistant Professor of Demography at the University of Florence. She received her PhD in Sociology and Social Research from the University of Trento in 2013. Her academic research focuses on: fertility intentions, historical demography, gender and education and sexuality.
Valentina is Assistant Professor in Social Statistics at the University of Florence. She completed her PhD in Applied Statistics at the University of Florence in 2016. Her current research addresses: causal inference in social applications; childlessness; connections between employment and housing condition and fertility; pregnancy and childbirth.
Giammarco started a PhD in Demography at La Sapienza, University of Rome, in 2016. He has a Master in Statistics from the University of Florence. His research topics focus on the interplay between fertility and labour market careers, subjective well-being, and educational level.
Elena is Assistant Professor of Demography at the University of Florence. She received her PhD in Applied Statistics from University of Florence in 2009. Her current research addresses: family behaviours and structures; social support and family networks; individual health; social and economic inequalities; subjective well-being and quality of life.
Chiara is Associate Professor of Public Economics at the University of Florence. She received her PhD from University of Rome Tor Vergata in 2002. Her research addresses: family taxation and female labor supply; Integration of the personality theory and economic behaviors; Subjective well-being; Experimental economics.
Laura is Full Professor of Economic Statistics at the University of Florence. She graduated in Business Economics in 1980. Her research focuses on: Macroeconometric input-output models; Income distribution and inequality; Quality of household consumption data; Confidentiality issues; Productivity and economic performance of firms; Tourism development.
Francesca is Assistant Professor of Economic Statistics at the University of Florence. She has received her PhD in Applied Statistics from University of Palermo in 2007. Her academic research focuses on: Risk modeling in economic field; School system evaluation and students’ achievement; Analysis and measurement of well-being.
Camilla is Assistant Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Florence. She completed her PhD in Social Psychology in 2009. Her research interests cover attitudes, behavior change, metaperception, acculturation, body image, health promotion, couple relationship.