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NGA THU LE

CNR-IRCrES

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SHORT BIO

Since November 2020, Nga Le works as a Researcher at Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth (CNR-IRCrES), under the project VIP-MOVInG - Evaluation of Prevention Incentives - Evaluation Models on the Impact Generated by ISI calls. She attended the Ph.D. program in Economic and Business Science at University of Calabria with particular focus on microfinance, remittances, and women empowerment. Holder of a Master of Business Economics at University of Calabria, Italy and Bachelor of Finance and Banking at Hanoi University, Vietnam. Her research interests include development economics and public economics

CURRICULUM VITAE

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DE SANTO Alessia

CNR-IRCrES

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SHORT BIO

Since December 2020, Alessia started working at CNR-IRCrES, Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth of the Italian National Research Council, on the VIP-MOVInG project, a project for the evaluation of the effectiveness and the efficiency of economic incentives assigned to italian firms to improve safety and health in the workplace. 
She obtained a Bachelor degree in Economics and Management at the University of Trento and completed her studies at the University of Turin, attending a Double Degree  program in collaboration with the University of Rennes 1, which focused on public economics and finance. 

CURRICULUM VITAE

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ANTONELLA EMINA

CNR-IRCrES

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SHORT BIO

I am currently Primo Ricercatore at the CNR-IRCrES. I completed my doctoral thesis on francophone literature (L.S. Senghor’s poetry) in which I pointed out the close connection between literary works and their geographical, historical milieu. By studying, editing and translating some major francophone writers, I became interested in theoretical and epistemological questions to define the place of francophone literature in the contemporary world and its role in World literature. I published some eighty essays (books, chapters of books, articles, reviews…). My research concerns Francophone literatures, literature of migrations, theory questions (literature and landscape, literature and popular heritage…). As founder and ex-director of RiMe Review, and as coordinator of the project “Hunger and feast in the popular narrative in Piedmont”, in cooperation with ICT team of CNR-IRCrES, I have developed parallel research interests in the development of digital humanities and literature studies.

MAIN PUBLICATIONS

https://scholar.google.it/citations?user=2ndkbXMAAAAJ&hl=it

PEOPLE CNR

https://www.cnr.it/people/antonella.emina

RESEARCH GATE

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Antonella_Emina

CURRICULUM VITAE

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MARIO NOSVELLI

CNR-IRCrES

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SHORT BIO

Mario Nosvelli, graduated in Economics and Business at Catholic University of; Master of Arts at University of Warwick, UK; Master at University of Bologna; PhD University of Bologna.

He has been involved in different researches, at local and national level, and in many consultancy teams on industrial and labour policies.

He has been entitled in undergraduate and postgraduate Economics courses within different Italian Universities: Milan Polytechnic, Bocconi University of Milan, University of Ferrara, Catholic University of Milan, University of Bologna.

He has been acting as referee for: Annals of Economics and Statistics and Scienze Regionali - Italian Journal of Regional Sciences. He has been charged by Italian Ministery of Scientific Research with the task of referee of Project Proposals in its field of research.

His research interests are mainly concentrated on labour economics and industrial relations, local economic dynamics – both on production systems and labour markets sides – and on processes of knowledge creation. In these fields he had realized many scientific publications both on books and articles.

PEOPLE CNR

https://www.cnr.it/people/mario.nosvelli

   
   

 

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