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ECONPUBBLICA participated in various research programs promoted by Italian and international institutions. A selection of recent contracts, identified in the table below, illustrates its relevant experience.

Research Area

Customer

Title of the Project

Years

Social Policies

Terre des Hommes

Studio Nazionale Prevenzione Violenza sui Bambini (National study on child abuse prevention)

2012

Social Vouchers

Formaper

Work & family; studio di fattibilità per favorire la conciliazione lavoro-famiglia di lavoratori/trici di PMI attraverso voucher sociali

 

2010-2011

 Energy taxes

Federchimica

L'imposta di consumo sugli oli lubrificanti: valutazione economica e proposte di riforma

 

2010-2011-2012

Taxation

European Commission

DG Employment

The role and impact of labour taxation policies

2010-2011

 Taxes and Benefits

University of  Essex

Euromod: microsimulation tools for modelling the impact of policy measures

 

2009-2010-2011

Federalism

Italian Ministry of Social Solidarity

Social policies in Italy in the context of fiscal decentralization and demands for modernization

 

2007-2008

Taxation

Assogestioni

(Italian Mutual Funds Association)

Alternative methods for adjusting realization based capital gains taxes

2007

Income distribution and inequality

European Commission

VI European Research Framework Programme: Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-Based Society. Full project title: Inequality: mechanism, effects and policies

 

2006-2008

Taxation

Assogestioni

(Italian Mutual Funds Association)

Taxation of the mutual funds: an international comparison

2006

Regulation of the electricity market

Italian Energy and Gas Authority

Building a micro data base archive for the analysis of social tariff in the electricity market in Italy

 

2006

Taxation

ABI (Italian Banking Association)

Value added taxation on financial services

2005-2006


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