Enrica Chiappero

Role: Full Professor
Email: enrica.chiappero@unipv.it
Telephone: +39 0382 984354
CV file: [eng]

 

 

Courses


Economia
Gender issues in a global perspective
Progresso umano e sviluppo sostenibile
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze: teorie e metodi

Office hours


Martedi e mercoledi ore 15-16

Prossimi appelli


Economia  Mercoledi 10/01/2018 09:00 Aula: Weber
Economia  Mercoledi 31/01/2018 09:00 Aula: Weber
Economia  Mercoledi 21/02/2018 09:00 Aula: Weber
Economia  Martedi 27/03/2018 14:30 Aula: 4
Economia  Mercoledi 06/06/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Economia  Mercoledi 27/06/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Economia  Mercoledi 18/07/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Economia  Giovedi 06/09/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Economia  Giovedi 27/09/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Gender issues  Lunedi 15/01/2018 14:30 Aula: C
Gender issues  Mercoledi 31/01/2018 14:30 Aula: C
Gender issues  Mercoledi 21/02/2018 14:30 Aula: C
Progresso umano e sviluppo sostenibile  Mercoledi 24/01/2018 15:30 Aula: Collegio Santa Caterina
Progresso umano e sviluppo sostenibile  Mercoledi 21/02/2018 15:30 Aula: Collegio Santa Caterina
Progresso umano e sviluppo sostenibile  Martedi 19/06/2018 15:30 Aula: Collegio Santa Caterina
Progresso umano e sviluppo sostenibile  Martedi 10/07/2018 15:30 Aula: Collegio Santa Caterina
Progresso umano e sviluppo sostenibile  Venerdi 07/09/2018 15:30 Aula: Collegio Santa Caterina
Progresso umano e sviluppo sostenibile  Venerdi 28/09/2018 15:30 Aula: Collegio Santa Caterina
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze  Mercoledi 10/01/2018 14:30 Aula: C
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze  Mercoledi 31/01/2018 14:30 Aula: C
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze  Mercoledi 21/02/2018 14:30 Aula: C
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze - Gender Issues  Martedi 27/03/2018 14:30 Aula: 4
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze - Gender Issues  Mercoledi 06/06/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze - Gender Issues  Mercoledi 27/06/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze - Gender Issues  Mercoledi 18/07/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze - Gender Issues  Giovedi 06/09/2018 09:30 Aula: C
Sviluppo e disuguaglianze - Gender Issues  Giovedi 27/09/2018 09:30 Aula: C

Biography


- Degree in Political Science with Major in Economics (University of Pavia)
- PhD in Public Economics (University of Pavia)
- Visiting researcher at the University of Harvard, USA (Sept.-Oct. 1996, March 2006)
- Visiting fellow at Von Hugel Institute, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge University, UK, academic year 2002/2003, and at CEPS/INSTEAD, Luxembourg (July 2006,).
- Visiting professor at the University of Cambridge, UK, (June-July 1998, Apr.-July 1999, Feb.-July 2003); Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya (Feb, July 2014, Feb. 2015, Feb. 2016); University of Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa (June 2013, May 2015); Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo (March 2016)
Visiting professor at the Department of Economics, Harvard University, Faculty of Art and Science (Boston, U.S.) in the framework of the Boston Project (May 2017)


Academic curriculum


Full Professor of Political Economy, Faculty of Political Science, University of Pavia.
Former Director of the Human Development, Capability and Poverty International Research Centre (HDCP-IRC), Institute of Advanced Study (IUSS-Pavia)(2006-2017)
Extraordinary Professor of Economics, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, University of Free State, South Africa
Vice-President of the Human Development and Capability Association (www.hd-ca.org) , 2004-2008 and 2010-2011
Editor of the Journal of Human Development and Capabilities (Sept. 2017-Sept 2020)
Member of the PhD Program in Quantitative models for economic policy, Catholic University of Milan, (Piacenza branch)
Member of the Scientific Committee of Feltrinelli Foundation, Milan
Member of the Scientific Committee of the Master Programme on Cooperation and Development, Institute for Advanced Study, Pavia.
President of the Comitato Unico di Garanzia, University of Pavia

Papers reviewed for journals including:
- International Reviews and Journal: Journal of Human Development and Capabilties, Review of Income and Wealth, Journal of Economic Inequality, Feminist Economics, Journal of Social-Economics, Regional Studies, Global Public Health, Bulletin of Economic Research, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, African Journal of Business Management, Philosophical Papers and Reviews, International Journal of Applied Statistics, Review of Political Economy, International Review of Economics, Empirical Economics.
- National Reviews and Journal: Economia Politica, Politica Economica, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, QA, Rivista Italiana degli Economisti

Research projects recently funded and still in progress
- Scientific coordinator of the research project “Sustainable Food Systems for Sustainable Development (SASS)” funded by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR). General coordinator: Università di Milano-Bicocca
- Scientific coordinator of the FP7 European Collaborative Research Project SSH.2013.1.1-1 : Economic underpinnings of social innovations – “Creating Economic Space for Social Innovation” (CRESSI); general coordinator University of Oxford in partnership with 8 European Universities

Research projects funded and closed (as principal investigator)
- Scientific co-coordinator of the National Research Project LABEXPO “For an equal and sustainable development”. Project coordinator: Fondazione Feltrinelli Milano.
- Scientific coordinator of the FP7 European Collaborative Research Project SSH.2012.2.1 on Social innovation against inequalities – “Social Innovation - Empowering the Young (SocIEtY) for the Common Good. General coordinator: University of Bielefeld in partnership with 13 European Universities.
- Scientific coordinator or the international research project on “Enhancing the capabilities of the most vulnerable: a pilot project on inequalities in human development in Bamako and Accra, supported by SNIS – Swiss Network for International Studies di Ginevra. Genral coordinator: Laboratoire de démographie ed d’études familiales (LaboDémo) University og Geneva in partnership with Centre for Population and Development Studies (HCPDS), Harvard University, Universities of Bamako (Mali) and Accra (Ghana), UNFPA and UNICEF.
- Scientific coordinator of the FP7 European Collaborative Research Project SSH 2009-1.1.1. on Education in a European knowledge society – “Workable - Making capabilities work”. General coordinator: University of Bielefeld in partnership with 12 European Universities and 3 Associated Partners
- Scientific coordinator of the European Project Marie Curie Initial Training Network “Eduwel”. General coordinator: University of Bielefeld in partnership with 11 European Universities and 3 associated partners; HDCP-IRC
- Scientific coordinator of the European project “Non-State Actors and Local Authorities in development – Public awareness and education for development in Europe”, coordinated by Provincia di Arezzo, HDCP-IRC
- Scientific Coordinator of the international research project on “Toward an integrated view of human rights and human development: theoretical foundations, measurement issues and policy implications”, Italian Minister of Higher Education and Research – FIRB Project, University of Pavia
- Scientific Coordinator of the national research project “Cities, well-being and poverty”, supported by the Fondazione Lombardia per l’Ambiente, HDCP-IRC


Research interests


- Poverty and income inequality analysis: theoretical and measurement issues
- Multidimensional approach to poverty, inequality and development with special reference to the Capability Approach and Human Development
- Quality of life and poverty in urban settings
- Fuzzy sets theory and fuzzy logic applied to multidimensional poverty and well-being measurement
- Micro-simulation models for income distribution and redistribution analysis
- Gender issues, in particular poverty and inequality, unpaid work, and female empowerment
- Youth vulnerability and marginalization
- Social innovation and human development




Recent publications


1. A multidimensional assessment of well-being based on Sen’s functioning approach, “Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali”, n. 2, 2000, pp.207-239.
2. Dallo sviluppo economico allo sviluppo umano: quali distanze fra Turchia e Unione Europea, “Il Politico”, n. 3, 2000, pp. 385-397
3. Reddito di cittadinanza: alcune riflessioni in termini di efficienza ed equità, 2001, in Lunghini, Targetti (eds.) Politiche pubbliche per il mercato del lavoro, CEIS , Il Mulino, Bologna.
4. Umanizzare lo sviluppo (con A. Semplici), 2001, Rosenberg & Sellier, Torino
5. Le dimensioni e il significato di povertà e di esclusione sociale nella società attuale, in Tecnologia e Società. Sviluppo e trasformazione della società, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.
6. Povertà nei gruppi e povertà tra I gruppi (con M. Bottiroli Civardi), 2002, in G. Carbonaro, Studi sulla povertà. Problemi di misura e analisi comparative, , F. Angeli, Milano, pp. 65-86
7. Unpaid work and household well-being: a non monetary assessment, 2003, in A. Picchio (ed.), Unpaid work and the economy: a gender analysis of the standard of living, Routledge, UK, pp. 122-156
8. Distribuzione del reddito primario e secondario delle famiglie nella SAM del 1998 per le quattro macroregioni italiane, 2004 (con M. Bottiroli Civardi e R. Targetti Lenti), in Fossati A., Targetti Lenti R., "Matrici regionali di contabilità sociale & Analisi di politiche economiche. Il caso della Liguria, Toscana e Marche", Franco Angeli, Milano.
9. Laudatio at the Honoris Causa Degree that the University of Pavia conferred on Prof. Amartya Sen, June 2005, in “Il Politico”, n. 210, Sept.-Dec. 2005.
10. Measuring poverty within and between population subgroups (con M. Civardi), 2006, IRISS Working Paper Series 2006-06, IRISS at CEPS/INSTEAD
11. Capability approach and fuzzy set theory: description, aggregation and inference issues, 2006, in Lemmi A., Betti G., “Fuzzy set approach to multidimensional poverty measurement, Springer Verlag.
12. Povertà multidimensionale, povertà come mancanza di capacità ed esclusione sociale: una analisi critica e un tentative di integrazione, 2006, In “Le dimensioni delle povertà – strumenti di misure e politiche” (a cura di) Rovati, G., Carocci Editore, Roma.
13. An analytical framework for conceptualizing poverty and re-examing the capability approach (con S. Moroni), in “Journal of Socio-Economics”, 2007
14. Spazi plurali di povertà assoluta – elementi per una teoria normativa (con S. Moroni), in “Etica ed Economia”, IX, 2, 5-32.
15. La qualità della vita nelle società avanzate: linee di ricerca per un modello basato sull’approccio delle capacità di Amartya Sen (with M. Grasso e S. Pareglio), 2007, in “Economia e Politica Industriale”,1, 46-69
16. Complexity and vagueness in the capability approach: strengths or weaknesses?, 2008, in Comim F., Qizilbash M., Alkire S., , "The capability approach: Concepts, Measures and Applications", Cambridge University Press.
17. Well-being assessment and policy simulations: toward a micro-macro and dynamic integrated approach based on the capability approach (with S. Pareglio, M. Grasso), 2008, HDCP-IRC Working paper, n. 1.
18. Well-being process and conversion factors: an estimation of the micro-side of the well-being process, (with P. Salardi). 2008, HDCP-IRC Working paper, n. 3.
19. Time and income: empirical evidence on gender poverty and inequalities from a capability perspective, 2008, in Basu K. and Kanbur R., Arguments for a better world. Essays in Honour of Amartya Sen, Vol. 2, Society, Institutions and Development, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 237-258.
20. Towards a multidimensional measure of human agency, 2008, (co-author: Sabina Alkire; Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative . Department of International Development, University of Oxford, working paper series n. 12.
21. Dalla povertà all’esclusione sociale: evoluzione di un concetto e implicazioni sul fronte delle strategie, 2008, in Rinaldi W. (a cura di) “Giustizia e povertà. Universalismo dei diritti, formazione delle capacità”, Il Mulino, pp. 63-79
22. Measuring poverty within and between population subgroups, 2008, in “Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali”, n, 3, pp. 305-320.
23. Operationalization of the capability approach, from theory to practice: a review of techniques and empirical applications, 2009, (with Roche J.M.), pp. 157-201, n Chiappero-Martinetti E. (ed.), Debating global society: reach and limits of the capability, approach, Fondazione Feltrinelli, Feltrinellil Editore, Milano.
24. Debating global society: reach and limits of the capability approach, Chiappero Martinetti (ed.), Fondazione Feltrinelli, Feltrinellil Editore, Milano.
25. La condizione economica delle famiglie italiane tra benessere e povertà: un’analisi delle disuguaglianze economiche, dei livelli di povertà e di indebitamento, 2008, (con Rosaria Vega Pansini), Atlante sull’Esclusione Sociale, Guerini Associati, Milano, pp. 71-94.
26. Sviluppo umano sostenibile e qualità della vita. Modelli economici e politiche pubbliche, 2009, (co-editor: Stefano Pareglio), Carocci Editore.
27. Uno schema teorico complesso per l’analisi della qualità della vita, in Sviluppo umano sostenibile e qualità della vita. Modelli economici e politiche pubbliche 2009 (con Stefano Pareglio), a cura di, Carocci Editore, Roma, pp. 57-70.
28. Verso un modello integrato micro-macro: una riformulazione dell’approccio delle capacità, 2009, (con Stefano Pareglio), in Sviluppo umano sostenibile e qualità della vita. Modelli economici e politiche pubbliche (con Stefano Pareglio), a cura di, Carocci Editore, Roma, pp. 87-100.
29. Benessere e fattori di conversione: una stima del processo di formazione del benessere a livello individuale, 2009, (con Paola Salardi), in Sviluppo umano sostenibile e qualità della vita. Modelli economici e politiche pubbliche (con Stefano Pareglio), a cura di, Carocci Editore, Roma, pp. 121-148.
30. Poverty as lack of opportunity: a comparison between John Roemer and Amartya Sen, 2009, Rivista Italiana di Economia, Demografia e Statistica, LXIII, 1-2, pp. 71-90.
31. Distribuzione del reddito, diseguaglianze e povertà in Lombardia, 2010,, (co-author: Rosaria Vega Pansini), L’esclusione sociale in Lombardia. Rapporto 2009, Guerini Associati, pp. 139-159.
32. Multidimensional Poverty Measurement: Restricted and Unrestricted Hierarchy among Poverty Dimensions (co-author: Lucio Esposito), Journal of Applied Economics, vol. XIII, November 2010,181-204.
33. Sviluppo umano sostenibile, capability approach e cooperazione internazionale (co-author Mario Biggeri), in “Temi avanzati di economia e politica della cooperazione internazionale allo sviluppo”, a cura di M.Biggeri e G. Canitano, 2010, Franco Angeli, Milano, pp. 37-54.
34. Povertà e benessere multidimensionale: un raffronto fra concetti, misure e politiche pubbliche, Quaderni CIES, 2010.
35. Gli spazi della povertà. Strumenti di indagine e politiche di intervento, E. Chiappero-Martinetti, S. Moroni, G. Nuvolati, eds) Bruno Mondadori, 2011.
36. L’approccio delle capacità di Sen e la relazione contesto-individuo, in “Gli spazi della povertà. Strumenti di indagine e politiche di intervento, E. Chiappero-Martinetti, S. Moroni, G. Nuvolati, (eds) 2011, Bruno Mondadori, Milano, pp. 11-24.
37. Multidimensionalità nelle analisi di benessere e problemi di comparazione, (with Gisella Accolla), Working paper 1/2011, ORES
38. Povertà ed esclusione sociale: la Lombardia nel contesto europeo (with Gisella Accolla), in L’esclusione sociale in Lombardia. Terzo Rapporto 2010, Guerini e Associati, Milano, Sept. 2011
39. Politiche per uno sviluppo umano sostenibile, Enrica Chiappero-Martinetti (ed), Carocci Editore, 2011 (included chapters 1,2,3 and 9)
40. Light and shade of multidimensional indexes: how methodological choices impact on empirical results (co-author: Nadia von Jacobi), in “Quality of life in Italy: research and reflections” edited by F. Maggino and G. Nuvolati, 2012, Social Indicators Research Serie, Springer, pp. 69-106.
41. Oltre l’agente rappresentativo e la metrica monetaria: il contributo di Amartya K. Sen, in Basile E., Lunghini G., Volpi F., 2013, “Pensare il capitalismo. Nuove prospettive per l’economia politica”, Franco Angeli, Milano, pp. 151-166.
42. Basic needs, in Michalos A.C. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, 2014, pp. 329-335.
43. Integrating Human Capital and Human Capabilities in understanding the value of Education (co-author: Anna Sabadash), in “The Capability Approach: From Theory to Practice” edited by: Meera Tiwari and Solava Ibrahim, Palgrave MacMillan, 2014, pp. 206-230,
44. The capability approach: a framework for population studies (co-author Sridhar Venkatapuram), in Journal of African Population Studies, Special issue, vol. 28,2, 2014, pp. 708-720.
45. Youth Unemployment in the EU15: Regional and National Inequalities
Throughout the 2008 Economic Crisis (co-author: A. Peruzzi and A.M.C. Spreafico), Economics Business Letters, 3 (3), 2014, pp. 177-190
46. Quale crescita? Dagli indicatori di sviluppo economico alle misure di sviluppo umano, Edizioni Casa della Cultura, epub, 2014 Isbn:9788899004156.
47. Operationalisation of the Capability Approach (co-authors: V. Egdell, E. Hollywood and R. McQuaid), in Hans-Uwe Otto (ed), Facing trajectories from school to work. Towards a capability-friendly youth policy in Europe, Springer, 2015, pp. 115-139
48. Human Development and Economic Growth (co-authors: N.von Jacobi, M. Signorelli), in J. Hoelscher and H. Tomann (Eds.), Palgrave dictionary of emerging markets and transition economies, Palgrave McMillan, London, 2015, pp. 223-244
49. Pillars of social sustainability (co-authors: N.von Jacobi, M.Fabbri) in Laboratorio Expo. The Many Faces of Sustainability, XLIX Annale della Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, p. 93-119, 2015.
50. The space of inequalities (2016), Book symposia on Tony Atkinson’s book “Inequality. What can be done”, in Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, vol. 17, n. 3, pp. 440-446
51. Poverty and Social Exclusion: new methods of analysis, Book Review, Journal of Economic Literature, Volume 54 (3) – Sep 1, 2016
52. Laudatio al Presidente Emerito Giorgio Napolitano per il conferimento della Laurea Honoris Causa (2016) in Il Politico, anno LXXXI, n. 1, pp. 114-122
53. Corrosive Disadvantages and Intersectionality: empirical evidence on multidimensional inequality amongst young people in Europe (co-authors: A.M.C. Spreafico and A. D. Peruzzi), in H. U. Otto,S. Pantazis, H. Ziegler and A. Pots (eds.), Human Development in Times of Crisis: renegotiating social justice, Palgrave McMillan, 2017, pp. 39-62, ISBN 978-1-137-57212-7.
54. Creating (economic) space for social innovation (co-authors: Molnár György, Nadia von Jacobi, Rafael Ziegler), Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, vol. 18, n. 2, 2017, pp. 141-147
55. Ridurre le disuguaglianze (co-author: A.M.C. Spreafico) in Rapporto Lombardia 2017, Éupolis Lombardia, 2017, pp. 197-215 http://www.eupolis.regione.lombardia.it/shared/ccurl/14/234/RapportoLombardia2017.pdf
56. Social Innovation, Individuals and Societies: An Empirical Investigation of Multi-layered Effects (co-author: Nadia von Jacobi) in Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, vol. 8, n. 2, 2017, pp.1-31
57. Third sector associations and the development of capability oriented policies (co-authors: Giuseppe Acconcia and Paolo Graziano), in H.U. Otto, M. Walker and H. Ziegler (eds.), Capability-friendly policies enhancing individual and social development, Policy Press, 2017, pp.147-163, ISBN 978-1447334316

in progress

58. Chronic and old-age poverty as the main concerns in a twofold survey on inter-temporal welfare preferences (co-author: Lucio Esposito, submitted
59. Approaching Master programs on development from a human development perspective: exploring and comparing three experiences (co-authors: Alejandra Boni, Andrés Hueso González, Monserrath X. Lascano Galarza, Luigi Bisceglia, paper presented at the AEDE conference.
60. Eliciting, Applying and Exploring Multidimensional Welfare Weights: Evidence from the Field (co-author Lucio Esposito, submitted

Working papers and Reports

1. Measuring and tackling inequalities and disadvantages in economics: conceptual issues and methodological challenges (co-author A. Spreafico), in Final Conceptual Report "Inequality, Disadvantage, Social Innovation and Participation”- Deliverable 2.2.- EC research project “SocIEtY”, pp. 11-34 http://www.society-youth.eu/images/med/del_2_2_final%20conceptualreport.pdf
2. Youth Unemployment within and across the countries of the EU15 throughout the Economic Crisis (co-authors A. Spreafico, A. Peruzzi), in Report on the Common Framework: Youth Policies in European Countries and their Potential for Social Innovation, Deliverable 3.2. - EC research project “SocIEtY” , pp. 84-112 http://www.society-youth.eu/images/media/wp_3_2_final_report.pdf
3. Multidimensional Youth Inequality across European Regional Clusters (co-authors A. Spreafico, A. Peruzzi), in Report on the Common Framework: Youth Policies in European Countries and their Potential for Social Innovation, Deliverable 3.2. - EC research project “SocIEtY”, pp. 150-183
http://www.society-youth.eu/images/media/wp_3_2_final_report.pdf
4. Youth unemployment and public policies in Italy (co-authors: G. Acconcia, A. Spreafico and P. Graziano), in Report on the Quantitative Case Studies, Participatory Research. Deliverable 5.4
– EC research project “SocIEtY”, pp.322-392 http://www.society-youth.eu/images/media/wp_3_2_final_report.pdf
5. Understanding agents’ views of youth unemployment and young people’s integration into society (co-authors: R. Raeside; V. Egdell; H. Graham; T. Berthet; C. Goffette; V. Simon; J. Vero; G. Acconcia; F. Scervini; C. C. Kjeldsen; A. Dan), in Report on the Quantitative Case Studies, Participatory Research. Deliverable 5.4. – EC research project “SocIEtY”, pp. 4-50 http://www.societyyouth.eu/image /medi/del_5_4_report_quantitative_case_studies_july_2015.pdf
6. Trends and determinants of inequality of capabilities in the labour market in Italy (co-authors: F. Scervini, A. Peruzzi) in Report on the Quantitative Case Studies, Participatory Research. Deliverable 5.4. – EC research project “SocIEtY” http://www.societyyouth.eu/images/media/del_5_4_report_quantitative_case_studies_july_2015.pdf
7. CASE STUDY ITALY: Youth Unemployment and Public Policies in Italy: The Cases of Two Disadvantaged Areas in Milan and Naples (co-authors: G. Acconcia, P. Graziano, F. Scervini) in “11 case study outcomes on the regional case studies”, Deliverable 5.2. – EC research project “SocIEtY”, pp. 126-167 http://www.society-youth.eu/images/medi /del_5_2_case_study_outcomes_020715.pdf
8. Local social support networks analysis in Milan (Lombardy) and Naples (Campania) (co-authors: G. Acconcia, P. Graziano) in Report: “Local Stakeholders in Youth Policies in Europe” Deliverable 4.1. – EC research project “SocIEtY”, pp. 150-187 http://www.society-youth.eu/images/medi/del_4_1_report_society_31_10_2014.pdf
9. Equality of opportunities for young Italian workers (co-authors: F. Scervini, A.Peruzzi, SIEP Working Paper No 704 febbraio 2016 http://www.siepweb.it/siep/images/joomd/1454661604Scervini_WP_SIEP_704.pdf
10. How can Sen's 'Capabilities Approach' Contribute to Understanding the Role for Social Innovations for the Marginalized? (co-author: Nadia von Jacobi) CRESSI Working Papers No. 3/2015 ISBN: 978-0- 9932078-0-8 https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/sites/default/files/research-projects/CRESSI/docs/CRESSI_Working_Paper_3_D1.1_Chp3_18Nov2014.pdf
11. Overview of Existing Innovation Indicators (with Cees van Beers and Attila Havas,) CRESSI Working Papers No. 24/2015 ISBN: 978-0-9933861-5-2
https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/sites/default/files/research-projects/CRESSI/docs/cressi-working-paper-24-d3.3-8-december-2015.pdf
12. Toolkit on Methodology, (co-authors: Nadia von Jacobi, Toa Giroletti, Lara Maestripieri and Flavio Ceravolo), CRESSI Working Papers No. 16/2015 D3.5: ISBN: 978-0-9932078-5-3 https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/sites/default/files/research-projects/CRES/docs/CRESSI_Working_Paper_16_D3.5_31Aug.pdf
13. Toolkit on Impact (co-author: von Jacobi, N.), deliverable for WP3 CRESSI Project, CRESSI working Paper Series. No 26/2015 D3.4 ISBN: 978-0-9933861-7-6 https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/sites/default/files/research-projects/CRESSI/docs/cressi-working-paper-26-d3.4-17-june-2016_0.pdf