I am Team Leader of the “Program Evaluation Transversal Activity” at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, LISER.
I received my PhD in Applied Statistics from the University of Florence in 2007 and worked from 2007-2009 as researcher at Laboratorio Revelli of Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin. I have been teaching statistics and econometrics at the University of Turin, Milan and ‘Piemonte Orientale’.
In 2010 I got a Post-Doc Position at LISER supported by the Fond National de la Recherché (FNR) of Luxembourg, to develop semiparametric and nonparametric techniques for the estimation of direct, indirect causal effects in policy evaluation. My main fields of interest are: causal Inference, program evaluation, nonparametric methods, labour market.
My works have been published on The Stata Journal, Statistical Methods and Applications, Advances in Latent Variables, and the relative softwares developed are downloadable from the Boston College Department of Economics.