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Pier Giorgio Ardeni

Professore ordinario

Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche

Settore scientifico disciplinare: SECS-P/01 ECONOMIA POLITICA

Pubblicazioni

Ardeni, PIER GIORGIO, Cento ragazzi e un capitano. La brigata Giustizia e Libertà "Montagna" e la Resistenza sui monti dell'alto Reno tra storia e memoria. Nuova edizione ampliata, Bologna, Pendragon Edizioni, 2018, pp. 532 . [libro]

Ardeni, Pier GIORGIO, Across the Ocean to the Land of Mines, Bologna, Pendragon Edizioni, 2015, pp. 496 . [libro]

Pier Giorgio, Ardeni, Cento ragazzi e un capitano. La brigata Giustizia e Libertà "Montagna" e la Resistenza sui monti dell'alto Reno tra storia e memoria, Bologna, Edizioni Pendragon, 2014, pp. 494 . [libro]

Pier Giorgio Ardeni; Andrea Gentili, Revisiting Italian emigration before the Great War: a test of the standard economic model, «EUROPEAN REVIEW OF ECONOMIC HISTORY», 2014, 18, pp. 452 - 471 [articolo]

Pier Giorgio Ardeni; Cecilia Tinonin, Capability-Deprivation as Determinant of Underweight in Children: Perspectives from an Indian Case-Study, 2013, pp. 15 . [rapporto tecnico]

Pier Giorgio Ardeni; Andrea Gentili, Revisiting Italian Emigration Before the Great War: A Test of the Standard Economic Model, 2013, pp. 38 . [rapporto tecnico]

Ardeni, Pier Giorgio, Dagli Appennini allo Spoon River. Storie dell'emigrazione dalla montagna bolognese e modenese verso l'America tra Ottocento e Novecento, BOLOGNA, Edizioni Gente di Gaggio, 2011, pp. 520 . [libro]

Ardeni, P.G., From the Apennines to Spoon River. Stories of Migration From the Mountains of Bologna and Modena to America at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, BOLOGNA, Edizioni Gente di Gaggio, 2011, pp. 489 . [libro]

Ardeni P.G., The EU Contribution to the Millennium Development Goals: A Case Study Assessment, in: EUROPEAN COMMISSION - DG DEVELOPMENT, The EU Contribution to the Millennium Development Goals - Contribution to the UN 2010 MDG World Summit, BRUSSELS, European Commission, 2010, pp. 1 - 50 [capitolo di libro]

P.G. ARDENI; A.ANDRACCHIO, Women and Poverty in Mozambique: Is There A Gender Bias In Capabilities, Employment Conditions And Living Standards?, in: Capability and Justice: Concepts, Measures, and Applications, CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2008, pp. 510 - 560 [capitolo di libro]

P.G. Ardeni; A. Andracchio, Women and Poverty in Mozambique: Is There A Gender Bias In Capabilities, Employment Conditions And Living Standards?, in: Capability and Justice: Concepts, Measures, and Applications, CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge University Press, 2006, pp. 101 - 135 [capitolo di libro]

Pier Giorgio Ardeni; Antonio Andracchio, Consumption Poverty and Functioning Deprivation in Bosnia Herzegovina, «TRANSITION STUDIES REVIEW», 2005, XII, N.1, 2005, pp. 110 - 135 [articolo]

Pier Giorgio Ardeni, Improved Support for Monitoring Development Goals, in: PARIS21: PARTNERSHIPS IN STATISTICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY - WORLD BANK, UNDP, EUROPEAN COMMISSION, Monitoring MDG progress and the PRSPs, WASHINGTON, DC, World Bank, 2005, pp. 1 - 30 (atti di: Valutazione degli indicatori di progresso verso gli Obiettivi di Sviluppo del Millennio, Washington,DC, Marzo 2005) [Contributo in Atti di convegno]

P.G. Ardeni, Improved Support for Monitoring Development Goals. Country Case Study: Cambodia, in: PARIS21: PARTNERSHIP FOR STATISTICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY - WORLD BANK, UNDP, EUROPEAN COMMISSION, Improved Support to Monitoring Development Goals - PARIS21 Task Team, WASHINGTON, DC, World Bank, 2005, pp. 117 - 164 (atti di: Improved Support to Monitoring Development Goals - PARIS21 Task Team, Washington, DC, Marzo 2005) [Contributo in Atti di convegno]

Ardeni, Task Team on Improving Support for Monitoring Development Goals - Country case study: Yeme, in: PARIS21: PARTNERSHIP FOR STATISTICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY - WORLD BANK, UNDP, EUROPEAN COMMISSION, Improved Statistical Support for Monitoring Development Goals - Country Case Studies, WASHINGTON, DC, World Bank, 2005, pp. 253 - 268 (atti di: Improved Statistical Support for Monitoring Development Goals Country Case Studies, Washington, DC, Marzo 2005) [Contributo in Atti di convegno]