INEQUALITREES is a collaborative research project combining interdisciplinary knowledge. Besides the main members of the Project Team, there are several collaborators contributing to the Project with their expertise.
Economics – R Programming
BA in Statistics at the University of Bologna and research fellow at the National Research Council. He is a PhD researcher in Economics and Public Finance at the University of Bari. His research interests are focused on econometrics and data-driven methodologies, with particular emphasis on network analyses and machine learning applications.
Assistant Professor in Economic Sociology at the University of Turin. Her main research interests concern social inequalities, in particular in the housing and labour market and among young people. In addition, more recently She has studied gender inequalities in academia, combining secondary analyses on administrative data and lab experiments.
Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Trento in the Trento Center for Social Research Methods. He received his PhD in Sociology and Methodology of Social Research from the Universities of Milan and Turin. His research interests lie in the broad area of educational inequalities, focusing on the determinants and effects of school failure. Guido is also particularly interested in putting together, handling, and interpreting large data sets.
Associate Professor at the University of Milan
Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Trento in the INEQUALITREES Project. He defended his thesis at the European University Institute (EUI). Carlos carries out theoretically-driven empirical research with interdisciplinary interests in skill formation, intergenerational social mobility and social policy.
PhD student in Economics at the University of Siena. Her research project concerns the theory and measurement of inequality of opportunities. She has worked, in various capacities, on child care, human trafficking of Nigerian women for sexual exploitation and rehabilitative programs in jailhouses.