The Department of Economics was established in 1992 by members of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Rome Three. It is a large department and most of its members are economists, even if other disciplines are represented, such as statistics, mathematics, law, history. The research activities in the department cover many branches of economics and include: classical political economy, economic development and institutional change, international economics, regional and local development, environmental and agricultural economics. The Department of Economics together with the Department of Planning (Faculty of Architecture) set up the Laboratory for Local Sustainable Development, whose aim is to support and to promote local networks of associations and citizens interested in enhancing environmental, social and economic sustainability of the places where they live or work.


Resources to be deployed for implementation of DEMOLOGOS:

The team that will work on DEMOLOGOS, is made of three people. Pasquale De Muro is a specialist in human development and in territorial economics. His most recent works focus on the standard of living and on the role of civil society, at different spatial scales. Salvatore Monni is a specialist in development economics. His most recent works focus on the measurement of human development at regional and local level. A Junior researcher with a profile in socio-economic development will be hired to work full time on DEMOLOGOS. The team will also draw on the diverse scientific capabilities existing in the Department of Economics, especially in the field of economic development and institutional analysis. Also the technical and administrative staff of the Department and of the Faculty of Economics will be utilised for the implementation of the project.


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