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Conference Programme

Measuring Human Development and Capabilities in High-Income Countries

April 14, Monday (Aula 10, bulding A - second floor)

13:30 Registration of participants
14:00 Welcome and Introduction
Giovanni Scarano, President of the School of Economics and Business Studies, Roma Tre University
Silvia Terzi, Director of the Department of Economics, Roma Tre University
Maria Laura Di Tommaso, Acting Coordinator of the PRIN Research Project
Pasquale De Muro, Coordinator of the PRIN Roma Tre Unit
Chair: Antonella Picchio
14:30 Keynote speaker 1: Miguel A. Malo, “Social exclusion: from concepts to reality”
Discussant: Antonella Picchio

15:30 Coffee break

15:45 Session A
Chair: Tindara Addabbo
1. David A. Clark, “Time and vagueness in the CA: implications to measure poverty and poverty traps
2. Sophie Mitra, "Poverty in the United States: revisiting patterns and trends through a multidimensional lens"
3. Francesco Burchi, Pasquale De Muro, Eszter Kollar, “Constructing well-being dimensions on political grounds”
4. Matteo Mazziotta, Adriano Pareto, “Methods for constructing non-compensatory composite indices: a comparative study
5. Francesca Tosi, “Assessing poverty in times of crisis: a multidimensional perspective applied to the Italian case”
Discussion opened by: Enrica Chiappero-Martinetti

18:00 Keynote speaker 2: Antonella Picchio, “Well-being of women and men as a structural social process: a reproductive macro approach”
Chair and Discussant: Maria Laura Di Tommaso
19:00 End

20:30 Social dinner


April 15, Tuesday (Sala delle Lauree, building A - ground floor)

8:45 Session B
Chair: Mario Biggeri
1. Koen Decanq, Erik Schokkaert, “Beyond GDP: measuring social progress in Europe
2. Luca Anzilli, Gisella Facchinetti, Giovanni Mastroleo, “Beyond GDP: a fuzzy way to measure the country well-being”
3. Leif Andreassen, Maria Laura Di Tommaso, Marco Fuscaldo, “Do men care?
4. Nicolò Bellanca, Benedetto Rocchi, Francesco Sarracino, “Individual relational capabilities. An approach to collective capabilities and their measurement”
Discussion opened by: Meera Tiwari

10:45 Coffee break

11:00 Session C
Chair: Giuliana Parodi
1. Meera Tiwari, Susannah Pickering-Saqqa, “Understanding and measuring urban deprivation in London, UK”
2. Mario Biggeri, Federico Ciani, “Capabilities exaptation in GCA rehabilitation project: an evaluation based on mixed methods”
3. Federico Ciani, Manuela De Angelis, Graziella Fedeli, Mariachiara Bossi, Sara Giunti, “BaDi as method for the management of CA based rehabilitation programs”
4. Mario Biggeri, Federico Ciani, Gianna Claudia Giannelli, “Measuring capabilities deprivations of persons with GCA and of their caregivers: a time use approach”
Discussion opened by: David A. Clark

13:00 Lunch

14:00 Session D
Chair: Pasquale De Muro
1. Arcidiacono, Di Martino, D’Isanto, “The capability approach and community psychology in the pursuit of well-being as justice and equity”
2. Gisella Facchinetti, Giovanni Solinas, Tommaso Pirotti, “Quality of work and elderly care”
3. Tindara Addabbo, Maria Laura Di Tommaso, Anna Maccagnan, “Cognitive capability: a focus on gender and science
4. Anita Chiarolanza, Antonella Picchio, Silvia Storchi, “Gender health in Italy in a capability approach
Discussion opened by: Mario Biggeri

16:00 coffee break

16:15 Session E
Chair: Gisella Facchinetti
1. Benedetto Rocchi, Sara Turchetti, “Rural wellbeing in Tuscany”
2. Dario Sciulli, Giuliana Parodi, “Disability and social exclusion dynamics In Italian households”
3. Vincenzo Mauro, Mario Biggeri, Leonardo Grilli, “Measuring the impact of community-based rehabilitation programs from a CA perspective: a multilevel analysis”
4. Massimiliano Agovino, Giuliana Parodi, “An analysis of Italian regional social expenditure on disability: a spatial econometric approach”
5. Tindara Addabbo, Dario Sciulli, Elena Sarti, “Healthy life, social interaction and disability
Discussion opened by: Miguel A. Malo

 18:30 Final remarks and conclusions

18:45 End

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