Eugenio Peluso joined the LISER since 2019 as Director of the Living Conditions Department. His research interests include the analysis of inequality and redistributive policies, the theory of collective choices, decisions under risk, urban inequalities, and the effects of migration on inequality. He published in prestigious journals as the Journal of Economic Theory and Journal of Public Economics. He is also associate professor of Economic Policy (on leave) at the University of Verona, where he also acted as coordinator of the Master's in International Economics and Business Management. He was also lecturer at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart and the Statale University of Milan.
AABERGE Rolf, PELUSO Eugenio, SIGSTAD Henrik. The dual approach for measuring multidimensional deprivation. Journal of Public Economics, 2019, vol°177, 104036.
DE DONDER Philippe, PELUSO Eugenio. Politically sustainable targeted transfers. Public Choice, 2018, vol. 174, n°3–4, pp. 301–313.
MICHELANGELI Alessandra, PELUSO Eugenio. Cities and Inequality. Region, 2016, vol. 3, n°2, pp. 47-60.
BRAMBILLA Marco, MICHELANGELI Alessandra, PELUSO Eugenio. Equity in the City: On Measuring Urban (Ine)quality of Life. Urban Studies, 2013, vol. 50, n°16, pp. 3205-3224.
LE BRETON Michel, MICHELANGELI Alessandra, PELUSO Eugenio. A stochastic dominance approach to the measurement of discrimination. Journal of Economic Theory, 2012, vol. 147, n°4, pp. 1342-1350.
PELUSO Eugenio, TRANNOY Alain. Preserving dominance relations through disaggregation: the evil and the saint. Social Choice and Welfare, 2012, vol. 39, n°2-3, pp. 633-647.
DE DONDER Philippe, LE BRETON Michel, PELUSO Eugenio. On the (sequential) majority choice of public good size and location. Social Choice and Welfare, 2012, vol. 39, n°2-3, pp. 457-489.
DE DONDER Philippe, LE BRETON Michel, PELUSO Eugenio. Majority Voting in Multidimensional Policy Spaces: Kramer–Shepsle versus Stackelberg. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2012, vol. 14, n°8, pp. 879-909.