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Alessio Fusco holds a Master degree and a PhD in Economics from the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis (France). He has joined CEPS/INSTEAD in 2005 as an assistant professor in the IMPALLA programme. In 2008, he moved in the Living Conditions department where he is now the head of the 'income, wealth and poverty' research unit.
His research interests, which mainly involve the use of household surveys, are on applied microeconomic topics related to the analysis of income and non-income poverty and on the measurement of various concepts such as multiple deprivation, income polarization or social polarization. His work has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as the European Journal of Health Economics, Research on Economic Inequality, Recherches Economiques de Louvain or Quality & Quantity.
In the last years, he participated to several EU-funded research projects about the measurement of material deprivation in Europe (Net-SILC) or the impact of growing inequalities on the society (GINI). He has also been in charge of a project on 'the dynamics and persistence of poverty in Luxembourg' (PersiPov) funded by the Luxembourg National Research Funds.
Luxemburgish public research center specialized in the field of the social and economic sciences, it works with a multi-disciplinary and empirical approach supported by the realization of surveys, polls and other large-scaled data collections initiatives.
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