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Mario Mazzocchi

Full Professor

Department of Statistical Sciences "Paolo Fortunati"

Academic discipline: SECS-S/03 Economic Statistics

Director of Organisational Unit (UOS) Rimini of Department of Statistical Sciences "Paolo Fortunati"

Short Bio

Professor in Economic Statistics at the University of Bologna. Previously, he has served as a lecturer in Applied Economics and Consumer Behaviour at the University of Reading. He is co-editor in chief of the journal Food Policy. He is a member of the Social Research Methods and Advice working group of the European Food Safety Authority. He has been a consultant to FAO on nutrition policies in multiple occasions, a member of the group of experts appointed by the European Commission on the evaluation of the EU School Fruit Scheme, and a member of the scientific advisory board of the Joint Programme Initiative “A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life”. He has led research teams of the University of Bologna in several EC-funded research projects, including MONIQA, EATWELL, CONNECT4ACTION, NU-AGE and international initiatives such as the Policy Evaluation Network (PEN) and DEDIPAC (HDHL), and SUSDIET within the Era-NET SUSFOOD. He has published two books, with Oxford University Press (Fat Economics) and Sage Publications (Statistics for Marketing and Consumer Research) and more than 50 articles in international journals on a variety of applied economics topics.

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Contacts

E-mail:
m.mazzocchi@unibo.it
Tel:
+39 051 20 9 8225

Other contacts

Tel:
+39 0541 434 304
Web:

Dipartimento di Scienze Statistiche "Paolo Fortunati"
Via Belle Arti 41, Bologna - Go to map

Office hours

These office hours refer to the second semester (i.e. from 15th February to 31st May 2021), they may change depending on the teaching schedule. Please check this page and the lecturer's notices.

In Bologna

Fridays 8.30am-10am, e-mail appointment is required to ensure compliance with the prevention protocol.

In Rimini

Wednesdays, 11am-12pm, e-mail appointment is required to ensure compliance with the prevention protocol.

 

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