Saturday, 4 November 2017

Parallel Sessions

SESSION 13 – Salone del Podestà

Inequality across Regions and Regional Disparities.
The Case of Italy.
This session is organised thanks to the contribution of the Tuscan Interuniversity Research Centre “Camilo Dagum”

CHAIR: Achille Lemmi, Center “Camilo Dagum”

Emanuele Felice, University of Chieti-Pescara
The Socio-institutional Divide. Explaining Italy’s Regional Inequality over the Long run

Fabrizio Barca, Fondazione Basso
inequalities, Anger and Territorial Dimension. The Rural-Urban Divide, Its Causes and the Italian Place-Based Strategy to Tackle It

Gianni Betti, Michela Marchi, Laura Neri, Federico Pulselli, University of Siena, Center “Camilo Dagum”
Evaluating Sustainability Through an Input-State-Output Framework: the Case of Italian Provinces

Stefano De Santis, Cristina Freguia, Alessandra Masi, Nicoletta Pannuzi, Francesco Truglia, ISTAT-Italian National Institute of Statistics
Wages Differentials and Their Determinants: a Spatial Analysis

SESSION 14 – Sala degli Atti

Income Inequality: Measurement Issues

CHAIR: Roberto Torrini, Bank of Italy

Francesco Grigoli and Adrian Robles, International Monetary Fund
Inequality Overhang

Marco Mira d’Ercole, OCSE
Economic Well-being in OECD Countries

Francesco Farina, University of Siena; Chiara Assunta Ricci, University of Rome “La Sapienza”
An Empirical Investigation of the Income Share of the Middle Class over the Growth Process

Stefano Filauro, European Commission, DG Employment
EU-Wide Income Distribution: Inequality Levels and Decompositions

Marco Ranaldi, Paris School of Economics
Income Factors Polarization: A Methodological Approach

SESSION 15 – Sala del Quadrante

Social Inequality

CHAIR: Rosa Mulé, University of Bologna

Fernanda Minuz, Former SAIS – Johns Hopkins; Matilde Grünhage-Monetti, ECML of Council of Europe; Lorenzo Rocca, University of Perugia for Foreigners; Alessandro Borri, CPIA Montagna
Language and Literacy as Barriers for Adult Migrants. Tools to Contrast Them

Dario Tuorto, Laura Sartori and Rossella Ghigi, University of Bologna & Istituto Cattaneo
The Social Roots of the Gender Gap in Political Participation: The Role of Situational and Cultural Constraints in Italy

Warner Woodworth, NGOs Worldwide
Wicked, Wicked Inequality: A Critique of the Past & Solutions for the Future

Roselinde Kessels and Guido Erreygers, University of Antwerp
A Direct Regression Approach to Decomposing Socioeconomic Inequality of Health

Sonja Jovicic, University of Wuppertal
Literacy Skills, Equality of Educational Opportunities and Educational Outcomes: an International Comparison

Sala di Re Enzo: Coffee Break
Plenary Session: Salone del Podestà
Introduction – Stefano Zamagni, University of Bologna

Lecture – Trends in Inequality: Social, Economic and Political Issues
Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia University

Sala di Re Enzo: Lunch
Plenary Session: Salone del Podestà
Introduction – Maurizio Morini, Director of Istituto Cattaneo

Lecture – A Remedy for Inequality? Enterprise facilitation, and 35 years of responding to local passion, energy and imagination
Ernesto Sirolli, Sirolli Institute

Sala di Re Enzo: Coffee Break
Plenary Session: Salone del Podestà

Round Table: Which Inequalities? Which Policies? Which Data are They Counting on?

CHAIR: Paolo Onofri, Prometeia

  • Enrico Giovannini, former President of Istat
  • Marco Mira d’Ercole, OECD, Statistics Department Deputy Head
  • Romano Prodi, former Head of European Commission
  • Joseph Stiglitz, Professor, Columbia University
  • Roberto Torrini, Banca d’Italia
Closing of Conference