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					          From GDP To Well-Being: Economics On The Road To Sustainability
       Ancona, 3-5 Dicembre 2009, Department of Economics, Università Politecnica delle Marche
              http://fromgdptowellbeing.univpm.it    fromgdptowellbeing@univpm.it




                         Università Politecnica delle Marche
                             DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS




Economics On The Road To Sustainability

                                        Programme
1st Day: Thursday 3rd December 2009


    14.00                     Welcome Remarks
              Marco PACETTI (Rector of Università Politecnica delle Marche)
              Gian Luca GREGORI (Dean of the Faculty of Economics)
              Francesco CHELLI (Dean of the Department of Economics)
              Mauro GALLEGATI (Department of Economics; Istituto Sistemi Complessi, CNR,
              Rome)
                               (room B2)


    14.30 – 15.30             Keynote Speaker:
                               ENRICO GIOVANNINI (President of ISTAT, OECD)
                               “From production to equitable and sustainable wellbeing: how to
                               make it happen?”
                               (room B2)


    15.30 – 16.30             Parallel Sessions A1 and A2 (rooms B2 and T4)

                      Coffee Break (room T10)
          From GDP To Well-Being: Economics On The Road To Sustainability
       Ancona, 3-5 Dicembre 2009, Department of Economics, Università Politecnica delle Marche
              http://fromgdptowellbeing.univpm.it    fromgdptowellbeing@univpm.it
    17.00 – 18.30             Parallel Sessions B1 and B2 (rooms B2 and T4)

    19.30 – 20.30             Welcome Cocktail (room T10)

    20.30                     Special Screening “The Age Of Stupid” (room A)


2nd Day: Friday 4th December 2009


    09.00 – 11.00             Parallel Sessions C1 and C2 (rooms B2 and T4)

                      Coffee Break (room T10)
    11.30 – 12.30             Keynote Speaker:
                               BARKLEY ROSSER (James Madison University)
                               “Complex Ecological-Economic Dynamics and Sustainability: Post
                               Keynesian Perspectives”
                               (room B2)


                      Lunch (room T10)

    14.00 – 16.00             Parallel Sessions D1 and D2 (rooms B2 and T4)

                      Coffee Break (room T10)


    16.30 – 18.30             Parallel Sessions E1 and E2 (rooms B2 and T4)
    20.30                     Social Dinner




3rd Day: Saturday, 5th December 2009


    09.00 – 11.00             Parallel Sessions F1 and F2 (rooms B2 and T4)

                      Coffee Break (room T10)
    11.30 – 12.30             Keynote Speaker:
                               LEONARDO BECCHETTI (University of Rome, Tor Vergata)
                               “Children, happiness and taxation”
                               (room B2)


    12.30                     Closing Remarks
                               (room B2)
          From GDP To Well-Being: Economics On The Road To Sustainability
       Ancona, 3-5 Dicembre 2009, Department of Economics, Università Politecnica delle Marche
              http://fromgdptowellbeing.univpm.it    fromgdptowellbeing@univpm.it




Session A1 (Thursday 3rd, 15.30 – 16.30, room B2)
   − Andreas Knabe, Steffen Rätzel, Ronnie Schöb, Joachim Weimann “Dissatisfied with
       life, but having a good day: time-use and well-being of the unemployed”
   − Luca Stanca “Suffer the Little Children: Measuring the Effects of Parenthood on
       Well-Being Worldwide”


Session A2 (Thursday 3rd, 15.30 – 16.30, room T4)
   − Paul Anand “An Overview of the Capabilities Measurement Project”
   − Stefano Bartolini, Ennio Bilancini, Maurizio Pugno “American Declines in Social
       Capital and Happiness: is There any Linkage? ”


Session B1 (Thursday 3rd, 17.00 – 18.30, room B2)
   − Luna Bellani, Conchita D'Ambrosio “Deprivation, Social Exclusion and Subjective
       Well-Being”
   − Justina AV Fischer, Ruut Veenhoven “Affect and measurement of subjective well-
       being: are women (and other groups) more volatile? ”
   − Julie Litchfield, Barry Reilly, Mario Veneziani “How Happy Are The Albanians: An
       Empirical Analysis Of Life Satisfaction”


Session B2 (Thursday 3rd, 17.00 – 18.30, room T4)
   − Barbara Dluhosch, Daniel Horgos, Klaus Zimmermann “Don't Worry, Be Happy:
       Explaining the Income-Distribution Puzzle in Happiness Research”
   − Giulia Ferrari, “Evaluating Women’s Empowerment: a Subjective Well-Being
       Approach to the Evaluation of a Participatory Intervention for the Prevention of
       Intimate-Partner Violence and HIV in Rural South Africa ”
   − Davide Fiaschi, Marzia Romanelli “Sheep For A Lifetime Or Lion For A Day?
       Optimal Length of Life and the Non-Monotonic Relation between Life Expectancy
       and Individual Welfare ”


Session C1 (Friday 4th, 9.00 – 11.00, room B2)
   − Stefano Bartolini, Ennio Bilancini, Francesco Sarracino “Happiness and Social
       Capital: Evidence from the German Socio-Economic Panel ”
   − Sarah Botterman, Marc Hooghe “The Impact of Community Indicators on Voluntary
       Participation, Is there less participation in Cities than in Rural Areas?”
   − Loretti I. Dobrescu, Alberto Motta, Benedetto Gui “Staying Home Or Dining Out?
       Social Interactions And Old-Age Consumption Profiles”
   − Luciano Canova, Emanuela D'Angelo, Rosaria Vega Pansini “Bon-Savage Or Homo
       Homini Lupus? Evidence From European Social Survey 2006”
   − Angelo Antoci, Fabio Sabatini, Mauro Sodini “Will growth and technology destroy
       social interaction? The inverted U-shape hypothesis ”
           From GDP To Well-Being: Economics On The Road To Sustainability
       Ancona, 3-5 Dicembre 2009, Department of Economics, Università Politecnica delle Marche
              http://fromgdptowellbeing.univpm.it    fromgdptowellbeing@univpm.it




Session C2 (Friday 4th, 9.00 – 11.00, room T4)
   − Holger Schlör, Wolfgang Fischer, Jürgen Friedrich Hake “Measuring the
       Sustainability Gap in the Energy Sector”
   − Lucia Mancini, Michael Lettenmeier, Holger Rohn, Christa Liedtke “Using MIPS
       methodology to evaluate food-farming systems sustainability”
   − Roberto Esposti, Silvia Coderoni “Agricultural GHG Emissions and Economic
       Growth: Analysing the Agricultural Environmental Kuznets Curve across Italian
       Regions”
   − Valentina Nicolucci, Federico M. Pulselli, Bastianoni “Implication of a flow-stock
       distinction on Ecological Footprint Analysis”
   − Mohammad Reza Hosseini, Ahmad Jafari Samimi “A Composite Measurement of
       Economic Well-being in Iran”



Session D1 (Friday 4th, 14.00 – 16.00, room B2)
   − Felix Rauschmayer, Ines Omann, Johannes Frühmann “Are needs the missing link?
       From resources through capabilities and needs to well-being”
   − Antonio Dal Bianco, Francesca Modena, Giuseppe Folloni, Alberto Brugnoli
       “Beyond GDP: measuring multidimensional economic well-being for Lombardy”
   − Filomena Maggino “Methodologies to integrate subjective and objective information
       to build well-being indicators”
   − Matteo Floridi, Simone Pagni, Simone Falorni, Tommaso Luzzati “An Exercise In
       Composite Indicators Construction: Assessing The Sustainability Of Italian Regions”
   − Emanuela D'Angelo, Fabio Fiorillo, Marco Lilla, Stefano Staffolani “Advertising
       Has Got You On The Run! Leisure, Consumption and Well-Being in A GE Model”


Session D2 (Friday 4th, 14.00 – 16.00, room T4)
   − Maurizio Pugno “Moral and intrinsic motivations for bonding and bridging social
       capital”
   − Bram Vanhoutte, Marc Hooghe “Integration in Social Networks as a form of Social
       Capital: Evidence from a Belgian survey on Social cohesion ”
   − Stefano Bartolini, Ennio Bilancini, Francesco Sarracino “Social Capital as a Major
       Predictor of Subjective Well-Being in the Long-Run ”
   − Stefano Bartolini “Buying alone: The Making of the American Consumer as the
       Prologue to the Current Crisis”
   − Luca Corazzini, Lucio Esposito, Francesca Majorano “Reign in Hell or Serve in
       Heaven? A Cross-country Journey into the Relative vs Absolute Perceptions of
       Wellbeing ”
           From GDP To Well-Being: Economics On The Road To Sustainability
       Ancona, 3-5 Dicembre 2009, Department of Economics, Università Politecnica delle Marche
              http://fromgdptowellbeing.univpm.it    fromgdptowellbeing@univpm.it




Session E1 (Friday 4th, 16.30 – 18.30, room B2)
   − Davide Dottori, Carlotta Balestra “Aging Society, Health and the Environment”
   − Ilja Neustadt, Peter Zweifel “Economic Well-Being, Social Mobility and Preferences
       for Redistribution: Evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment”
   − Luigi Bonatti, Emanuele Campiglio “Mobility systems and the quality of growth: a
       theoretical analysis of the long-term effects of alternative transportation policies”
   − Michela Guerini, Marco Boffi “From Sustainable Development to Degrowth. Italian
       Municipalities on the road to Well-Being”
   − Sarah Botterman, Tim Reeskens, Marc Hooghe “Modern and Traditional Social
       Cohesion. Better together?”


Session E2 (Friday 4th, 16.30 – 18.30, room T4)
   − Federico M. Pulselli, Mirko Bravi, Enzo Tiezzi “On sustainability in practice: a
       possible interpretation through the application and use of the ISEW”
   − Elena Ruviglioni “Critical overwiev of the new measures of well-being”
   − Mokhtari Fayçal “Comparative study between GDP and the Dimensions of Well-
       being - Evidence from Arab world”
   − Yacouba Gnègnè “A constructive survey of sustainability indices: toward a portfolio
       of indices”
   − Elisabetta Segre, Tommaso Rondinella “Well-being in Italian regions. Measures,
       civil society consultation and evidence”


Session F1 (Saturday 5th, 9.00 – 11.00, room B2)
   − Claudio Quintano, Rosalia Castellano, Sergio Longobardi “A Multidimensional
       Index Of Economic Well-Being For Italian Regions”
   − Justina AV Fischer “Immigration and Subjective Well-Being in Receiving
       Countries.”
   − Olga Popova “Does the euro make you happier?”
   − Kiran Rao, Prameela Vanguri, Smita Premchander “Subjective well being: The
       tangible and the intangible”
   − Emanuela D'Angelo, Alberto Zazzaro “Happiness and Relative Income in Italy”


Session F2 (Saturday 5th, 9.00 – 11.00, room T4)
   − Nicole Uhde “Social Security and Life Satisfaction: Evidence from the German
       Socio-Economic Panel ”
   − Leonardo Becchetti, Elena Giachin Ricca, Alessandra Pelloni “The 60es turnaround
       as a test on the causal relationship between sociability and happiness”
   − Nicole Grunewald “Subjective Well-Being and the Impact from Climate Change”
   − Marc Hooghe, Bram Vanhoutte “Subjective Well-Being and Social Capital in
       Belgian Communities. Subjective and Objective Well-Being Indicators in Flanders
       (Belgium)”
       From GDP To Well-Being: Economics On The Road To Sustainability
   Ancona, 3-5 Dicembre 2009, Department of Economics, Università Politecnica delle Marche
          http://fromgdptowellbeing.univpm.it    fromgdptowellbeing@univpm.it
− Fathi Fakhfakh, Virginie Perotin, Monica Gago “Productivity, Capital and Labor in
  Labor-Managed and Conventional Firms ”

				
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