Lucio Barabesi

Curriculum in breve
Professore ordinario
Settore scientifico disciplinare: SECS-P/01 Economia Politica
Interessi di ricerca: Environmental sampling in the design-based approach. Kernel estimators.
 
Dal Dicembre 2002. Professore Ordinario di Statistica presso la Facoltà di Economia dell'Università di Siena.
Dal Novembre 1998 al Novembre 2002. Professore Associato di Statistica presso la Facoltà di Economia dell'Università di Siena.
Dal Novembre 1991 all'Ottobre 1998. Ricercatore di Statistica Metodologica presso la Facoltà di Scienze Economiche e Bancarie dell'Università di Siena.
Novembre 1986. Laureato con lode in Scienze Statistiche e Economiche presso la Facoltà di Scienze Economiche e Bancarie dell'Università degli Studi di Siena.
 
Editore Associato
  • Environmental and Ecological Statistics (2004- )
  • Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics (2003-2010)
  • Statistical Methods and Applications (2009- )
Principali pubblicazioni
  • Barabesi, L., Cerasa, A., Perrotta, D. and Cerioli, A. (2016) Modelling international trade data with the Tweedie distribution for anti-fraud purposes, European Journal of Operational Research
  • Barabesi, L. and Pratelli, L. (2015) Universal methods for generating random variables with a given characteristic function, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation 85, 1679-1691
  • Barabesi, L. and Pratelli, L. (2014) A note on a universal random variate generator for integer-valued random variables, Statistics and Computing 24, 589-596
  • Barabesi, L. and Fattorini, L. (2013) Random versus stratified location of transects or points in distance sampling: theoretical results and practical considerations, Environmental and Ecological Statistics 20, 215-236
  • Barabesi, L., Franceschi, S. and Marcheselli, M. (2012) Properties of design-based estimation under stratified spatial sampling with application to canopy coverage estimation, Annals of Applied Statistics 6, 210-228
  • Barabesi, L. and Franceschi, S. (2011) Sampling properties of spatial total estimators under tesselation stratified designs, Environmetrics 22, 271-278
  • Baccini, A. and Barabesi, L. (2010) Interlocking editorship. A network analysis of the links between economic journals, Scientometrics 82, 365-389
  • Baccini, A., Barabesi, L. and Marcheselli, M. (2009) How are statistical journals linked? A network analysis, Chance 22, 35-45
  • Barabesi, L. and Marcheselli, M. (2008) Improved strategies for coverage estimation by using replicated line-intercept sampling, Environmental and Ecological Statistics 15, 215-239.
  • Barabesi, L. (2008) A design-based randomized response procedure for the estimation of population proportion and sensitivity level, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 138, 2398-2408.
  • Baccini, A., Barabesi, L. and Marcheselli, M. (2008) Parameter estimation for the discrete stable family, Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods 37, 815-830.
  • Barabesi, L. and Marcheselli, M. (2005) Monte Carlo integration strategies for design-based regression estimator of the spatial mean, Environmetrics 16, 803-817.
  • Barabesi, L. and Pisani, C. (2002) Ranked set sampling for replicated sampling designs, Biometrics 58, 586-592.
  • Barabesi, L. (2001) The unbalanced ranked-set sample sign test, Journal of Nonparametric Statistics 13, 279-289.
  • Barabesi, L. (2001) A design-based approach to the estimation of plant density using point-to-plant sampling, Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 6, 89-98.
  • Barabesi, L. and El-Sharaawi, A. (2001) The efficiency of ranked set sampling for parameter estimation, Statistics and Probability Letters 53, 189-199.