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Lunedì ore 16.00 -18.00

Attività e competenze di ricerca

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare (SSD) di afferenza
Aree e linee di ricerca

Competenze di ricerca

Parole Chiave
  • Social sciences, Health sciences
Codice ATECO
  • [72.20] - ricerca e sviluppo sperimentale nel campo delle scienze sociali e umanistiche

Parole Chiave
  • Social sciences
Codice ATECO
  • [72] - ricerca scientifica e sviluppo

Ricerche sviluppate e in corso

Study of health care expenditures and health outcomes in poor settings in Mumbai, India

SSD
  • SECS-P/01

Investigation of non-standard theories of economic behaviour under risk and ambiguity

SSD
  • SECS-P/01

Study of the relationship between self-perceived health status and portfolio choices

SSD
  • SECS-P/01

SHARE Survey of Health Ageing and Retirement in Europe - M4

SSD
  • SECS-P/01
Altri membri del gruppo di ricerca

Study of networks and linkages as they relate to the effects of a women's group intervention in Nepal

SSD
  • SECS-P/06

Health Care System Reforms and Saving in the People's Republic of China

SSD
  • SECS-P/01

Finanziamenti

Analisi dati SHARE e costruzione profili longitudinali

Ente finanziatore
  • EU
Tipologia
  • VII PQ
Ruolo nel progetto
  • PT
Sito di progetto
  • http://www.share-project.org/
Data inizio
  • Anno: 2011 Durata mesi: 48
Altri membri del gruppo di ricerca

SHARE - M4

Ente finanziatore
  • EU
Tipologia
  • 7 FP
Ruolo nel progetto
  • NS
Sito di progetto
  • http://www.share-project.org/
Data inizio
  • Anno: 2009 Durata mesi: 48
Altri membri del gruppo di ricerca

Aree geografiche in cui si applica prevalentemente l'esperienza di ricerca

Internazionale: Europa, Estremo Oriente

Lingue conosciute

  • Italiano (scritto: madrelingua, parlato: madrelingua)
  • Inglese (scritto: avanzato, parlato: avanzato)
  • Francese (scritto: base, parlato: intermedio)

Pubblicazioni per Anno

2014

  • PACE N., PELIZZON L., BRESSAN S. Health status and portfolio choice: is their relationship economically relevant?, in INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF FINANCIAL ANALYSIS, vol. *, pp. *-* (ISSN 1057-5219) (Articolo su rivista)

2013

  • Pace N., Attanasi G., Gollier C., Montesano A., Eliciting ambiguity aversion in unknown and in compound lotteries: A smooth ambiguity model experimental study., in THEORY AND DECISION, vol. *, pp. *-* (ISSN 0040-5833) Link DOI (Articolo su rivista)
  • N. PACE The explanatory and predictive power of non two-stage-probability theories of decision making under ambiguity (with John Hey), in JOURNAL OF RISK AND UNCERTAINTY, vol. *, pp. *-* (ISSN 0895-5646) (Articolo su rivista)
  • N. PACE, E. Croda Crisi economica e riduzione del reddito: effetti sullo stato di salute, Analisi e strumenti di politica sociale, Ca' Foscari Collana Politiche Sociali Studi e Ricerche, vol. 3, pp. 135-150 (ISBN 9788897735465) (Articolo su libro)
  • N. PACE Riforme nel settore sanitario in Cina: rassegna degli effetti sulla domanda di cure sanitarie, spese out-of-pocket e risparmio familiare., Analisi e strumenti di politica sociale, Edizioni Ca’ Foscari, pp. 151-175 (ISBN 9788897735465) (Articolo su libro)
  • N. Pace, V. Atella, A. Brugiavini, H. Chen The Chinese health care system reforms and household saving patterns: some stylized facts., The Globalisation of chinese business; implications for multinational investors, Oxford (UK), Chandos, pp. 189-205 (ISBN 9781843347682) (Articolo su libro)
  • N.Pace, A.Brugiavini, V.Atella The health care system reform in China: effects on out-of-pocket expenses and saving., Roma, Centre for Economic and International Studies, vol. 11, pp. 1-33 (Working paper)

2012

  • PACE N. Eliciting ambiguity aversion in unknown and in compound lotteries: A KMM experimental approach (with Giuseppe Attanasi, Christian Gollier and Aldo Montesano), in WORKING PAPER-DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, CÀ FOSCARI. UNIVERSITY OF VENICE, vol. *, pp. 1-45 (ISSN 1827-3580) (Articolo su rivista)
  • BRESSAN S., PACE N., PELIZZON L. Health Status and Portfolio Choice: Does Feeling Better Affect your Attitude Towards Risk?, in GENEVA ASSOCIATION INFORMATION NEWSLETTER. HEALTH AND AGEING, vol. 26 Geneva Association Newsletter, pp. 9-13 (ISSN 1605-8283) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PACE N., BECCHETTI L., GIANFREDA G. Human resource management and productivity in the "Trust Game Corporation", in INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ECONOMICS, vol. 59, pp. 3-20 (ISSN 1863-4613) (Articolo su rivista)

2011

  • PACE N., FOFFANO S. Le discriminazioni retributive: un approccio giuridico ed economico, in LAVORO E DIRITTO, vol. 4, pp. 663-688 (ISSN 1120-947X) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PACE N. The explanatory and predictive power of non two-stage-probability theories of decision making under ambiguity (with John Hey), in WORKING PAPER-DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, CÀ FOSCARI. UNIVERSITY OF VENICE, vol. *, pp. 1-39 (ISSN 1827-3580) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PACE N. “Maternal and Neonatal Health Expenditure in Mumbai Slums, India: A Cross Sectional Study” (con J. Skordis-Worrall, U. Bapat, S. Das, N. Shah More, W. Joshi, A. Pulkki-Brannstrom, D. Osrin), in BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, vol. 11:150, pp. 1-12 (ISSN 1471-2458) Link DOI (Articolo su rivista)
  • N. PACE "Does Health Insurance Make you Fat?" (with Jay Bhattacharya, Kate Bundorf, Neeraj Sood) in Michael Grossman and Naci H. Mocan, Economic Aspects of Obesity, in NBER book, University of Chicago Press, pp. 35-64 (ISBN 9780226310091) (Articolo su libro)
  • PACE N. Corporate Trust Game in Modern Knowledge Economies" (con L. Becchetti) in L. Sacconi, M. Blair, E.Freeman, A. Vercelli, Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance: the contribution of economic theory and related disciplines, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 353-380 (ISBN 9780230236547) (Articolo su libro)
  • BRUGIAVINI A., PACE N. Extending Health Insurance: Effects of the National Health Insurance Scheme in Ghana, in EUI WORKING PAPERS, in EUI Working Papers, European University Institute, vol. RSCAS 2011/27, pp. 1-32 (ISSN 1028-3625) (Working paper)

2010

  • PACE N. Understanding how women's groups improve maternal and newborn health in Makwanpur, Nepal: a qualitative study" (con J. Morrison, R. Thapa, S. Hartley, D. Osrin, M. Manandhar, K. Tumbahangphe, R. Neupane, B. Budhathoki, A. Sen, D.S. Manandhar, A. Costello), in INTERNATIONAL HEALTH, vol. 2, pp. 25-35 (ISSN 1876-3413) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PACE N. Extending Health Insurance: Effects of the National Health Insurance Scheme in Ghana (with Agar Brugiavini), in Background paper to the European Report on Development 2010, European University Institute, Florence (Working paper)

2009

  • PACE N. Does Health Insurance Make you Fat?" (with J. Bhattacharya, K. Bundorf, and N. Sood), in NBER Working Paper, University of Chicago Press, vol. 15163, pp. 1-40 (Working paper)

2008

  • PACE N. Essays on Health Economics, pp. 1-152 (Tesi di Dottorato)
  • PACE N., ATELLA V., VURI D. Are Employers discriminating with respect to weight? European Evidence using Quantile Regression" (con V. Atella e D. Vuri), in ECONOMICS AND HUMAN BIOLOGY, vol. 6, pp. 305-329 (ISSN 1570-677X) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PACE N. Food commodity derivatives: a new cause of malnutrition?" (con A. Seal e A. Costello), in LANCET, vol. 371, pp. 1648-1650 (ISSN 0140-6736) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PACE N. Futures and food prices -- Authors' reply (con A. Seal e A. Costello), in LANCET, vol. 372, pp. 628-629 (ISSN 0140-6736) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PACE N. Are employers discriminating with respect to weight? European Evidence using Quantile Regression (with Vincenzo Atella and Daniela Vuri), in CEIS Research Paper, Università degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata", vol. 123/2008, pp. 1-54 (Working paper)

2007

  • PACE N. Wages and weight in Europe: evidence using quantile regression model (with Vincenzo Atella and Daniela Vuri), in ChilD Working Paper, ChilD, vol. No. 23/2007, pp. 1-55 (Working paper)

2006

  • PACE N. Istruzione, Tecnologie di Informazione e Sviluppo" (con F. Ciuffi e A. De Socio) Meridiana Libri Saggi 2006. in L. Becchetti, L. Paganetto, C. Pietrobelli, Globalizzazione, istruzioni per l'uso: Comportamenti individuali, regole del gioco, istituzioni, in Meridiana, Donzelli Editore, pp. #-# (ISBN 9788886175890) (Articolo su libro)
  • PACE N. The valorization of human capital as a key element of competitiveness: the trust game corporation perspective (with Leonardo Becchetti), in Corporate Social Responsibility Paper, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, vol. 4/2006 (Working paper)

Curriculum di Noemi PACE

Current Position

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics at University Ca' Foscari of Venice, and Stanford Health Policy Adjunct Associate

Research Interests

Applied Microeconomics, Health Economics, Experimental Economics

Education

2004 - 2008 PhD in Economic Theory and Institutions, University of Rome "Tor Vergata". Thesis title: Essays on Health Economics.

2006 – 2007 Visiting, Center for Health Policy, Stanford University.

2003 - 2004 Master of Science in Development Economics and International Cooperation, University of Rome "Tor Vergata". Thesis title: "Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing Countries". Grade Point Average 29/30, Final Mark 110/110.

1999 - 2003 BA (Laurea) in Economics, 110/110 cum laude, University of Rome "Tor Vergata". Thesis title: "Fertilità e crescita economica: teoria e analisi empirica dei nessi causali" (Fertility and economic growth: theory and empirical analysis of causal links).

2002 Erasmus Programme, John Moores University, Liverpool (UK).

 

Publications

Publications in refereed journals

1. "The Explanatory and Predictive Power of Non Two-Stage-Probability Theories of Decision Making Under Ambiguity" (with John Hey), Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (forthcoming).

2. "Disentangling risk aversion from ambiguity aversion in unknown and in compound lotteries: A Smooth Ambiguity Model Experimental Study" (with G. Attanasi, C. Gollier and A. Montesano), Theory and Decision (forthcoming).

3. “Health status and portfolio choice: is their relationship economically relevant?” (with S. Bressan and L. Pelizzon), International Review of Financial Analysis (forthcoming).

4. "Human resource management and productivity in the Trust Game Corporation" (with L. Becchetti and G. Gianfreda), International Review of Economics, vol. 59, pp. 3-20 (2012).

5. "Health Status and Portfolio Choice: Does feeling better affect your attitude towards risk?" (with L. Pelizzon and S. Bressan), in Geneva Association Information Newsletter: Health and Ageing, Geneva, The Geneva Association, Vol. 26, pp. 9-13 (2012).

6. "Maternal and Neonatal Health Expenditure in Mumbai Slums, India: A Cross Sectional Study" (with J. Skordis-Worrall, U. Bapat, S. Das, N. Shah More, W. Joshi, A. Pulkki-Brannstrom, D. Osrin), BMC Public Health, vol. 11:150, pp. 1-12 (2011).

7. "Food commodity derivatives: a new cause of malnutrition?" (with A. Seal and A. Costello), Lancet 371, pp.1648-1650 (2008).

8. "Futures and food prices -- Authors' reply" (with A. Seal and A. Costello), Lancet 372, pp.628-629 (2008).

9. "Are Employers discriminating with respect to weight? European Evidence using Quantile Regression" (with V. Atella and D. Vuri), Economics and Human Biology, Vol. 6, Issue 3, pp.305-329 (2008).

10. "Understanding how women's groups improve maternal and newborn health in Makwanpur, Nepal: a qualitative study" (with J. Morrison, R. Thapa, S. Hartley, D. Osrin, M. Manandhar, K. Tumbahangphe, R. Neupane, B. Budhathoki, A. Sen, D.S. Manandhar, A. Costello), International Health, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp.25-35 (2010).

 

Publications in refereed journals (in Italian)

1.  Le discriminazioni retributive: un approccio giuridico ed economico” (with S. Foffano), Lavoro e Diritto, Vol. 4, pp. 663-688 (2012).

 

Articles published in books

1. "The Chinese health care system reforms and household saving patterns: some stylized facts." (with V. Atella, A. Brugiavini, H. Chen). In Taylor et al. The Globalisation of chinese business; implications for multinational investors, Chandos Ed., Oxford (forthcoming).

2. "Crisi economica e riduzione del reddito: effetti sullo stato di salute" (in Italian - with E. Croda). In Rizzi and Zantomio Analisi e strumenti di politica sociale, Edizione Ca' Foscari Collana Politiche Sociali Studi e Ricerche (2013).

3. "Riforme nel settore sanitario in Cine: rassegna degli effetti sulla domanda di cure sanitarie, spese out-of-pocket e risparmio familiare" (in Italian). In Rizzi and Zantomio Analisi e strumenti di politica sociale, Edizione Ca' Foscari Collana Politiche Sociali Studi e Ricerche (2013).

4. "Welfare and the Crisis: Pension System Reform in Serbia" in Experiences in overcoming the global economic crisis – the cases of Italy and Serbia (Z. Aranđelović and D. Martellato) (2011). Thematic Collection of Papers.

5. "Does Health Insurance Make you Fat?" (with J. Bhattacharya, K. Bundorf, and N. Sood), NBER book Economic Aspects of Obesity (M. Grossman and N. Mocan eds.) (2011). University of Chicago Press.       

6. "Corporate Trust Game in Modern Knowledge Economies" (with L. Becchetti) in Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance: the contribution of economic theory and related disciplines (L. Sacconi, M. Blair, E.Freeman, A. Vercelli eds.) (2011). Palgrave Macmillan.

7. "Istruzione, Tecnologie di Informazione e Sviluppo" (in Italian - with F. Ciuffi and A. De Socio) in Globalizzazione, istruzioni per l'uso: Comportamenti individuali, regole del gioco, istituzioni (L. Becchetti, L. Paganetto, C. Pietrobelli eds.), Meridiana Libri Saggi (2006).

 

Working Papers

1. "Do subjects discover their preferences?" (with J. Hey), Submitted.

2. "The health care system reform in China: effects on out-of-pocket expenses and saving." (with V. Atella and A. Brugiavini), Submitted.

3. "The Explanatory and Predictive Power of Non Two-Stage-Probability Theories of Decision Making Under Ambiguity" (with J. Hey), Working Papers Department of Economics, University Ca' Foscari of Venice, Vol. 12, pp 1-39.

4. "Disentangling risk aversion from ambiguity aversion in unknown and in compound lotteries: A KMM Experimental Approach" (with G. Attanasi, C. Gollier and A. Montesano), Working Papers Department of Economics, University Ca' Foscari of Venice, Vol. 23, pp 1-48.

5. "Family Networks and Health Seeking Behaviors: Evidence from Nepal" (with J. Skordis and D. Osrin), Working Paper (2013).

6. "Extending Health Insurance: Effects of the National Health Insurance Scheme in Ghana", (with A. Brugiavini), EUI Working Papers, European University Institute, vol. RSCAS 2011/27, pp. 1-32 (2011).

7. "Household Saving and Reform of the Housing Finance System in Urban China" (with V. Atella, A. Brugiavini, and H. Chen), Working Paper (2013).

8. "Does Health Insurance Make you Fat?" (with J. Bhattacharya, K. Bundorf, and N. Sood), NBER Working Paper 15163 (2009).

9. "Are employers discriminating with respect to weight? European Evidence using Quantile Regression" (with V. Atella and D. Vuri), CEIS Research Paper 123/2008, University of Rome Tor Vergata (2008).

10. "Wages and weight in Europe: evidence using quantile regression model", (with V. Atella and D. Vuri), ChilD Working Paper, No. 23/2007 (2007).

11. "The valorization of human capital as a key element of competitiveness: the trust game corporation perspective", (with L. Becchetti), Corporate Social Responsibility Paper 4/2006, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (2006).

 

Research Experience

2009 Research Fellow, LUISS University, Department of Economics and Management.

2008-2009 Research Fellow, University College London Centre for International Health and Development.

2006-2007 Research Analyst in Acumen LLC, Burlingame (US).

2004 Intern at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Amman (Jordan).

2004 Tutor del Master of Science in Development Economics and International Cooperation, University of Rome "Tor Vergata".

 

Teaching Experience

2009-2014 Instructor of Microeconomics (U), Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

2009-2010 Teaching Assistant for Microeconomics (U). LUISS University

2009 - 2010 Teaching Assistant for Econometrics (G). LUISS University

2009 Instructor of Economics (G). LUISS University

2009 Instructor of International Health Economics (G). University of Rome "Tor Vergata"

2007-2008 Teaching Assistant for Microeconomics (G). University of Rome "Tor Vergata"

2007-2008 Teaching Assistant for Macroeconomics (U). University of Rome "Tor Vergata" 

2005-2006 Teaching Assistant for Microeconomics (G). University of Rome "Tor Vergata"

 

Works in Progress

- Investigation of non-standard theories of economic behaviour under risk and ambiguity.

- SHARE Survey of Health Ageing and Retirement in Europe.

- Health Care System Reforms and Saving in the People's Republic of China.

 

Seminars and Conference Presentations

2013 Alhambra Experimental Workshop, Rome 2-5 October.

2013 International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioral Economics (IMEBE), Madrid.

2013 QED Jamboree, University of Vienna, Vienna 2-4 May.

2012 SHARE Users' Conference, Venice, 28-29 June

2012 QED Jamboree, University of Copenhagen, 4-5 May

2012 SHARE Wave 5 Meeting, Brixen, 22-23 March

2012 International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioral Economics (IMEBE), Castellòn, Spain

2012 NETSPAR Pension Workshop, Amsterdam

2011 ESA European Conference, Luxembourg, 14-17 September

2011 8th World Health Congress on Health Economics (iHEA), Transforming Health & Economics,

10-13 July, Toronto (Canada).

2011 International Economic Science Association (ESA) Conference, 7-10 July, Chicago (US).

2010 Foundation in Utility Theory (FUR) Conference, 15-18 June, Newcastle (UK).

2010 ERD Regional Conference on "Promoting Resilience through Social Protection in Sub-Saharan Africa", 25-27 June, Dakar (Senegal).

2009 7th World Health Congress on Health Economics (iHEA), 12-15 July, Beijing (PRC)

2008 European Conference on Health Economics, 23-26 July, Rome (IT).

2008 Centre for International Health and Development, University College London, 12 November, London, (UK).

2007 Center for Health Policy, Stanford University, 17 July, Stanford (US).

2006 Marie Curie Conference CORE, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, 22-23 June, Milan (IT).

 

Referee Activities

Bulletin of Economic Research, Canadian Journal of Economics, Economics of Education, Health Economics, Labour, Research in Economics, Social Science and Medicine.

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