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NICOLO' CAVALLI

NICOLO' CAVALLI
Assistant Professor
Department of Social and Political Sciences

Courses a.y. 2023/2024

20886 FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIAL SCIENCES - MODULE I (EMPIRICAL RESEARCH METHODS AND DATA ANALYSIS)
30280 APPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT
40996 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
41055 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS - PREPARATORY COURSE

Courses previous a.y.

I am Assistant Professor at the Department of Social and Political Sciences. I teach Applications for Management, Sociology and Computational Social Science.


Biographical note

I hold a MSc in Economic and Social Sciences from Bocconi University and a BA in Political Sciences from the University of Bologna. During this time, I was a visiting student at Sciences Po Paris and at the London School of Economics. I conducted my doctoral studies in Sociology at Nuffield College, University of Oxford and was a visiting researcher at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University.


Research interests

Social and political attitudes; Intergroup attitudes; Technological and demographic change; Research methods for the digital society


Selected Publications

Alacevich, Caterina; Cavalli, Nicolò; Giuntella, Osea; Lagravinese, Raffaele; Moscone, Francesco; Nicodemo, Catia
The presence of care homes and excess deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from Italy
HEALTH ECONOMICS, 30(7): 1703-1710, 2021

Aassve, Arnstein; Cavalli, Nicolò; Mencarini, Letizia; Plach, Samuel; Sanders, Seth
Early assessment of the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and births in highincome countries
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 118 (36): e2105709118, 2021

Aassve, Arnstein; Cavalli, Nicolò; Mencarini, Letizia; Plach, Samuel; Livi Bacci, Massimo
The COVID-19 pandemic and human fertility
SCIENCE, 369(6502): 370-371, 2020

Kirk, David S.; Cavalli, Nicolo; Brazil, Noli
The implications of ridehailing for risky driving and road accident injuries and fatalities
SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 250: 112793, 2020