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ARNSTEIN AASSVE

ARNSTEIN AASSVE
Docente Ordinario
Dipartimento di Analisi delle Politiche e Management Pubblico
 

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Note biografiche

Nato il 19 Giugno 1968. Cand. Mag. Molde College (Norway), MSc and PhD in Economics from University of Bristol (UK).


Curriculum Accademico

Arnstein Aassve si è laureato nel 1992 in Law, Economics and Computer Science (Legge, Economia e Scienze Informatiche) presso il Molde College, prima di proseguire con gli studi post laurea presso l'Università di Bristol. Dopo essersi occupato, negli Stati Uniti, di tematiche sulla povertà, ha conseguito la Laurea Specialistica in Economia nel 1995 e il Dottorato in Economia nel 2000. Le sue principali aree di interesse scientifico sono analisi micro-econometrica del processo demografico e l'intersezione/la relazione con il benessere economico. Recentemente ha lavorato sulle conseguenze delle modifiche demografiche, con particolare attenzione sulle tecniche di stima causale. Da quando ha ottenuto il Dottorato, ha lavorato come lecturer presso l'Università di Bristol e l'Università di Leicester. Dal 2000 al 2002 il Dott. Aassve ha collaborato con il Prof. Francesco Billari  presso il Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research di Rostock. Nel 2004 ha ricevuto due borse di studio, una dal ESRC per lo studio sulla povertà e la fertilità nei paesi in via di sviluppo, e l'altra dalla Joseph Rowntree Foundation per l'analisi della povertà giovanile usando data set longitudinali europei. Dopo aver lavorato per tre anni come responsabile della ricerca presso l'Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER), Università di Essex, ha assunto la posizione di Assistant Professor presso l'Istituto di Metodi Quantitativi dell'Università Bocconi. E' ricercatore presso il Centre for Social Exclusion, London School of Economics e presso la Statistics Norway. Il Dott. Aassve ha pubblicato articoli su diverse riviste scientifiche di economia, politiche sociali, demografia, statistica applicata e pianificazione familiare. Ha tenuto corsi di panel regression e event history modeling per i Dottorati di ricerca. E' attualmente il responsabile dell'European Doctoral School of Demography a Parigi ed è stato relatore di molti studenti di Dottorato, sia in Statistica che in Demografia. E' anche membro del Gender and Generations Program (GGP) consortium e presiederà  il Data and Methods all'European Population Conference che si terrà a Barcelona nel 2008, e ha presentato il suo lavoro a una serie di higher education research institutions.


Aree di interesse scientifico

Demografia economica, povertà e privazione, politica sociale comparativa, microeconometria, event history modelling, simulazioni.


Pubblicazioni principali

"Age norms on leaving home: Multilevel evidence from the European Social Survey", Environment and Planning A, 2012 forthcoming (with Arpino and Billari), Grandparenting and Mothers' labour force participation, Demographic Research 2012 forthcoming (with Arpino and Goisis), "Grandparenting and childbearing in the extended family", European Journal of Population 2012 forthcoming (with Meroni and Pronzato), "Explaining attitudes towards demographic behaviour", European Sociological Review 2011 (with Bassi and Sironi), Happiness and Childbearing across Europe" Social Indicators Research 2011 (with Sironi and Goisis) "Social Age Deadlines for Childbearing of Women and Men", Human Reproduction (with Billari, Goisis, Liefbroer, Settersten, Hagestad and Speder), "Estimating the Causal Effect of Fertility on Economic Wellbeing: Data Requirements, Identifying Assumptions and Estimation Methods" Empirical Economics 2010 (with Arpino), "Women's wages and childbearing decisions: Evidence from Italy, Demographic Research 2010 (with Billari and Rondinelli), "Cash benefit policy and childbearing decisions in Norway, Marriage and Family Review 2010 (with Trude Lappegaard), "Does Fertility decrease household consumption? An analysis of poverty dynamics and fertility in Indonesia, Demographic Research (with Kim, Englehardt and Prskawetz), "The highest fertility in Europe - for how long? Determinants of fertility change in Albania" 2009 Demografia, "WHat keeps yound adults in permanent poverty? A comparative analysis using ECHP", 2009 Social Science Research, "Demographic Change: How Government support influences birth rates" 2009 European View, "Childcare cash benefits and fertility timing in Norway" 2008 European Journal of Population (with Lappegaard), "youth Poverty in Europe", report series of the J. Rowntree Foundation 2007 (with Iacovou), "Marital Disruption and Economic Wellbeing: A comparative analysis", Journal of Royal Statistical Society Series A, 2007 (with G. Betti, S. Mazzuco and L. Mencarini); "Strings of Adulthood: Analyzing work-family trajectories using sequence analysis", European Journal of Population 2007, (with F.C. Billari, and R. Piccarreta); "Does leaving home make you poor? Evidence from 13 countries", European Journal of Population, 2007 (with M. Davia, M. Iacovou and S. Mazzuco); "An empirical investigation into the effect of childbearing on economic wellbeing in Europe" Statistical Methods and Applications 2006 Vol 15(2): 209 227 (with S. Mazzuco and L. Mencarini); "Societal Transition, Policy Changes and Family Formation: Evidence from Hungary", Journal of European Population 2006 (22):127 152, (with F.C. Billari and Z. Speder); "Fertility and poverty in developing countries: a comparative analysis", Population Review 2006 45(2), (with H. Engelhardt, F. Francavilla, A. Kedir, J. Kim, F. Mealli, L. Mencarini, S. Pudney and A. Prskawetz); "Youth poverty in Europe: What do we know?" Demographic Research 2006 15(3): p21 50 (with M. Iacovou, and L. Mencarini); "Employment, Family Union, and Childbearing Decisions in Great Britain", Journal of Royal Statistical Society Series A 2006 Vol 169(4):781 804 (with S. Burgess, C. Propper, and M. Dickson); "Childbearing and wellbeing: A Comparative Analysis of Welfare Regimes in Europe", Journal of European Social Policy, 2005 n.3, vol.15 (with A. Aassve, S. Mazzuco, L. Mencarini); "Sequence analysis of BHPS life course data", in M. Vichi, P. Monari, S. Magnani, A. Montanari (Eds.), New Developments in Classification and Data Analysis, Springer, Berlin, 2005 (with F.C. Billari, R. Piccarreta); "Social Policies and Lifecourse Outcomes: The Impact of Cohabitation and Marriage on first Births in Germany and Sweden", Population and Environment 2004 Vol. 25(6) 531 561 (with P. Baizán, and F. C. Billari); "Sequence analysis of BHPS life course data, in CLADAG 2003. Book of Short Papers, CLUEB, Bologna (with F.C. Billari and R. Piccarreta); Incomes and the Transition to Independent Living, Marriage and Divorce among Young Americans, Journal of Population Economics 2003 Vol 16(3): 250 267 (with S. Burgess, and C. Propper); The Impact of Economic Resources on Premarital Childbearing and Subsequent Marriage Among Young American Women, Demography, 40(1):125 126; Cohabitation, marriage, first birth: The interrelationship of family formation events in Spain. European Journal of Population 2003 Vol 19: 147 169 (with P. Baizán, and F. C. Billari); "Leaving Home: A Comparative Longitudinal Analysis of ECHP data", Journal of European Social Policy, 2002 12(4):259 275 (with F.C.  Billari, S. Mazucco, and F. Ongaro); "Transitions from Home to Marriage among Young Americans", Journal of Applied Econometrics, 2003 17(1):1 23 (with A. Aassve, S. Burgess, A. Chesher and C. Propper); "Changing Patterns of Marriage and Fertility Behaviour in a Time of Social and Economic Change: Evidence from ". Studies in Family Planning, 2002 33(2):165-172 (with G. Altankhuyag); "Das Verlassen des Elternhauses durch junge Erwachsene in Europa und seine demografischen Konsequenzen", in Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Jahrbuch, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Monaco di Baviera, 2002: 727-729 (with P. Baizán and F.C. Billari); "The Impact of Income and Occupational Status on Leaving Home: Evidence from the Italian ECHP sample", LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 2001 15:501-529 (with F. Billari and F. Ongaro); "Income and Assets", chapter 6 in "The ECE/PAU Generations and Gender Programme: Concepts for a second round of Fertility and Family Surveys in Europe, with particular attention paid to persons of reproductive/working age", edited by J. Hoem, report commissioned by the Population Activities Unit, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.