Progetti di ricerca e convenzioni

Martedì, 23 Luglio 2013 11:36

Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale

  • Resp. Dott. Leonardo Boncinelli anno 2012 (nazionale)
    “Economia dell'intuizione e del ragionamento: uno studio sul cambiamento delle attitudini razionali in presenza di due sistemi di elaborazione (acronimo inglese: SOCRATES)”
  • Resp. Dott. Nicola Salvati anno 2012 (locale)
    "Household wealth and youth unemployment: new survey methods to meet current challenges".

Ricerche conto terzi

  • Contratto con Comune di Lucca – Resp. Dott. Iacopo Cavallini
    “Affidamento Corso di formazione “Metodi e strumenti per misurare e programmare la performance” – in conclusione
  • Contratto con Comune di Rosignano Marittimo – Resp. Dott. Iacopo Cavallini
    Corso di  formazione sulle procedure e le metodologie per la sperimentazione contabile e l’armonizzazione dei bilanci pubblici – in conclusione
  • Contratto con il Comune di Pisa – Resp. Dott.ssa Giovanna Mariani “Servizio di sperimentazione di modelli di governance per l’attrazione degli investimenti esteri attraverso l’analisi del contesto generale di investimento nell’area pisana”
  • Contratto con VITEC GROUP – Resp. Prof.ssa Mariacristina Bonti
    “Ricerca sui sistemi di valutazione delle performance”
  • Contratto con IT-STUFF Srl – Resp. Prof.ssa Angela Taraballa
    “Servizio di studio e ricerca a supporto del Progetto PACK-EAT-EASY, finalizzato a fornire un servizio alle Aziende produttrici di alimenti di qualità, per mezzo di un adeguato marketing mix”

Ricerche istituzionali

  • Progetto nell’ambito del CIRN (Centro Interuniversitario per la Ricerca nel settore della Nautica) sede amm.va Univ. Di Sassari – Resp. Dott. Iacopo Cavallini
  • Convenzione con l’Amministrazione della Provincia di Sassari finalizzata alla elaborazione di un progetto di ricerca applicata per la definizione di modelli innovativi di sviluppo nel settore della nautica

Progetti Europei

  • Resp. Prof.ssa Angela Tarabella
    VII Programma Quadro – Marie Curie Action
    Programma di supporto alla collaborazione tra Europa e Paesi del Mediterraneo (MCP) per ricerche nel campo dello sviluppo sostenibile (mobilità) The SHuMED project proposal is aimed to support and strengthen the different existing collaboration actions between Europe and Mediterranean Partner Countries (MCP) for research and research training in the field of the sustainable development and the relating monitoring initiatives, thanks to the staff exchange opportunities offered by IRSES. This multidisciplinary exchange programme aims at propose a corporate-view approach for measuring the level of human development in sustainability terms by considering the contribution of corporates and their networks.
    The programme has 5 Work Packages. WP1 ( management ) will define the management structure of the project. WP 2 ( methodologies ), through the expected 4 Training Activities in the 4 target MCP Countries, will develop the Sustainable Human Development Index (SHDI). In this work package, starting from the SHDI macroeconomic model and thanks to the research and to the knowledge transfer coming from the training sessions in MCP, processes of joint learning and coevolution will be analysed. WP 3 ( case studies on human development ), strictly connected with WP2, will analyse some case studies in Europe, thanks to the numerous visits foreseen in Italy and Spain. These case studies will support the analysis of processes that could affect research practices in the area of sustainable human development and corporate social responsibility. Associated partners that will support the project in EU Countries will be the target users of this SHDI (not only using but also contributing in enhancing the index). The WP4, with its reporting activities, will contribute to analyse the dynamic capabilities of SMEs within networks and clusters in order to develop a tool for enhancing and monitoring them. The final WP 5 ( communication and dissemination ) will define the communication and dissemination strategy of the project. The project duration is 36 months.
  • Resp. Prof.ssa Monica Pratesi
    VII Programma Quadro E_Frame Grant Agreement N° 290520 (in corso) Coordination Support Actions Abstract: Within the framework of the Work Programme 2011 on Socio-economic Science and Humanities e-Frame project builds on the latest political directions of the European Commission, in particular the priorities identified in the Europe 2020 strategy. The project will focus on the following general objectives: stocktaking of available results and of ongoing research activities on progress measurement; foster a European debate over the issue; define guidelines for the use of existing indicators; propose a coherent way of “delivering” information include advanced ICT tools; identify new research topics for future investigation; harmonize NSIs’ initiatives in progress measurement area. e-Frame will thus ensure a coordination of Beyond GDP activities putting at the centre of the action the national statisticians so to lead to improved official statistics as suggested by the call. All coordination activities will be supported by a stocktaking of past, recent and ongoing research with special attention to FP and ESSnet projects. The final target of activities will be the European dimension looking at the use of indicators within EU policies and in particular at the Europe 2020 strategy. Guidelines and recommendations will be proposed for future activities within the European Research Area and the European Statistical System. The numerous tasks of the project will lead to identify and develop relevant indicators to be used for the measurement of progress. Guidelines for their use by different stakeholders and future research needs will be disseminated through numerous channels, and in particular through the publication of a handbook on the use of progress indicators. The 19 partners-consortium is formed by major European National Statistical Institutes and, together with universities, research centres and civil society, will see the participation of the Internationa lOrganization OECD.
  • Resp. Prof.ssa Monica Pratesi
    Progetto InGRID – Inclusive Growth Research Infrastructure Diffusion (Project number: 312691) FP7 - INFRASTRUCTURES-2012-1 (in corso) Abstract: Referring to the increasingly challenging EU2020-ambition of Inclusive Growth, the objectives of the InGRID project are to integrate and to innovate existing, but distributed European social sciences research infrastructures on ‘poverty and living conditions’ and ‘working conditions and vulnerability’ by improving the transnational data access, organising mutual knowledge exchange and improving methods and tools for comparative research. This integration will provide the related European scientific community with new and better opportunities to fulfil its key role in the development of evidence-based European policies for Inclusive Growth. In this regard specific attention is paid to a better measurement of related state policies, to high-performance statistical quality management, and to dissemination/outreach activities with the broader stakeholder community-of-interest, including European politics, civil society and statistical system. For this purpose key actors of the related European Research Area are coupled in the InGRID consortium, representing specific data infrastructures and cumulated know-how. Pan-European optimisation of the infrastructure is created by organising an open, harmonised high-performance on-site access with an extensive visiting grant system. Joint research activities are conducted for the innovation and optimisation of the infrastructure. Key issues tackled in this respect include: the multidimensionality as a standard for poverty research; the problem of hard-to-identify and hard-to-reach vulnerable groups in data collection; the improvement of longitudinal and regional poverty mapping; the survey technology for linking vulnerability in working conditions with economic change and employers’ behaviour; the harmonisation of classifying jobs and skills; improving tools to generate comparative policy indicators; optimising the micro-simulation of policy impacts; and statistical quality management.

Convenzioni

  • CONVENZIONE TRA IL DIPARTIMENTO DI ECONOMIA E MANAGEMENT DELL'UNIVERSITÀ' DI PISA E IL CONSORZIO PROMOZIONE & SVILUPPO "LE BOCCHETTE" DIU CAPEZZANO PIANORE, CAMAIORE (LU)
  • CONVENZIONE QUADRO TRA RETE IMPRESE BALNEARI VIAREGGIO (R.I.V.A.) E IL DIPARTIMENTO DI ECONOMIA E MANAGEMENT D
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