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Gianni Betti

Curriculum in breve
Gianni Betti
Professore ordinario
Settore scientifico disciplinare: SECS-S/03 Statistica Economica
Interessi di ricerca: Analisi sfocata, multidimensionale e dinamica della povertà. Stima della varianza campionaria per le misure di povertà e condizioni di vita
 
Profile of Gianni Betti: born on July the 21st 1970 in Siena (Italy). Graduated in Statistics and Economics at the University of Siena in 1994, obtained his PhD degree in Applied Statistics at the University of Florence in 1998. In 1998 has been Visiting Researcher at the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-social Change, University of Essex; in 1999 was Lecturer in Statistics at the Department of Statistics, London School of Economics; from 2000 to April 2005 was Permanent Researcher (Lecturer) at the Department of Quantitative Methods; from May 2005 to December 2016 was Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Statistics; and since January 2017 is Full Professor in Economic Statistics at the Department of Economics and Statistics, University of Siena.
Research fields of interest and expertise: Personal income distribution theory and models; measures of living conditions with special reference to poverty analysis and inequality; models of economic behaviour with special to consumers expenditures; equivalence scales and cost of children. Statistical methods for longitudinal (panel) analyses; nonresponse, interviewer effect, panel attrition and weighting problems; sampling theory with particular reference to small areas. Statistical matching of different sources (Census, Surveys, Administrative data, etc…). Long experience in working with SILC and Household Budget Surveys, included some eastern European countries (Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania and Ukraine). Publications: about 60 published papers in journals or book chapters in economics and statistics. Scientific Societies Memberships: SIS (Società Italiana di Statistica), IASS (International Association of Survey Statistician).

 

Principali pubblicazioni
  • Betti G., Gagliardi F. (2017), Extension of JRR Method for Variance Estimation of Net Changes in Inequality Measures, Social Indicators Research, DOI: 10.1007/s11205-017-1590-8
  • Betti G. (2017), What impact has the economic crisis had on Quality of Life in Europe?: A multidimensional and fuzzy approach, Quality and Quantity, 51(1), pp. 351-364.
  • Verma V., Betti G., Gagliardi F. (2017), Fuzzy measures of longitudinal poverty in a comparative perspective, Social Indicator Research, 130(2), pp. 435-454.
  • Betti G., Karadag M.A., Sarica O., Ucar B. (2016), How to Reduce the Impact of Equivalence Scales on Poverty Measurement: Evidence from Turkey, Social Indicators Research, DOI: 10.1007/s11205-016-1335-0
  • Betti G. (2016), Fuzzy measures of quality of life: a multidimensional and comparative approach, International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems, 24, Suppl. 1, pp. 25-37.
  • Betti G., Soldi R., Talev I. (2016), Fuzzy Multidimensional Indicators of Quality of Life: The Empirical Case of Macedonia, Social Indicators Research, 127(1), pp. 39-53.
  • Betti, G., Bettio, F., Georgiadis, T., Tinios P. (2015), Unequal ageing in Europe: women’s independence and pensions; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Betti G. Gagliardi F., Lemmi A. and Verma V. (2015), Comparative Measures of Multidimensional Deprivation in the European Union, Empirical Economics, 49(3), pp. 1071-1100.
  • Betti G., Lemmi A. (2013, eds.), Poverty and Social Exclusion: New Methods of Analysis. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Betti G., Lundgren L. (2012), The impact of remittances and equivalence scales on poverty in Tajikistan, Central Asian Survey, 31(4), pp. 395–408.
  • Betti G., Gagliardi F., Lemmi A., Verma V. (2012), Sub-national indicators of poverty and deprivation in Europe: methodology and applications, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 5(1), pp. 149-162.
  • Betti G., D’Agostino A., Neri L. (2011), Educational Mismatch of Graduates: a Multidimensional and Fuzzy Indicator, Social Indicators Research, 103(3), pp. 465-480.
  • Verma V., Betti G. (2011), Taylor linearization sampling errors and design effects for poverty measures and other complex statistics, Journal of Applied Statistics, 38(8), pp. 1549-1576.
  • Betti G., Donatiello G., Verma V. (2011), The Siena Micro Simulation Model (SM2) for net-gross conversion of EU-SILC income variables, International Journal of Microsimulation, 4(1), pp. 35-53.
  • Betti G., Lemmi A. (2008, eds.), Advances on income inequality and concentration measures, Routledge.
  • Betti G., Verma V. (2008), Fuzzy measures of the incidence of relative poverty and deprivation: a multi-dimensional perspective, Statistical Methods and Applications, 12(2), pp. 225-250.
  • Aassve A., Betti G., Mazzuco S., Mencarini L. (2007), Marital Disruption and Economic Well-being; A Comparative Analysis, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 170(3), pp. 781-799.
  • Betti G., Dourmashkin N., Rossi M.C., Yin Y.P. (2007), Measuring and Characterising Consumer Over-Indebtedness in the European Union Member Countries, Journal of Economic Studies, 34(2), pp. 136-156.
  • Lemmi A., Betti G. (2006, eds.), Fuzzy Set Approach to Multidimensional Poverty Measurement. New York: Springer.