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Francesco Berlingieri

Francesco Berlingieri is a researcher and Socio-Economic Analyst in the Science for Modelling, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission.

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Francesco is a labour economist by background and holds a PhD in economics from Heidelberg University. He mainly works in the Survey Methods and Analysis Centre (SMAC) on inequality, perceptions of social issues and subjective wellbeing. 

Before joining JRC, Francesco worked at the Leibniz-Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim, focussing on educational and labour market inequalities, as well as on regional disparities.

He worked extensively with longitudinal survey data on different topics such as working from home, skill mismatch and educational aspirations. More recently, he has used EU-wide survey data to investigate disparities of sexual minorities and perceptions of income inequality.


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