Loveless, Matthew and Chiara Binelli. 2017. “Misperceptions of Macro-Economic Context: Income Inequality in the United States and the United Kingdom”: CeRSP Working Papers Series: WP15 / 01
Loveless, Matthew. “Perceptions vs. Reality: How Inequality Perceptions Shape Political Participation in Europe”
Simpson, Kathryn and Matthew Loveless. 2016 . “Another Chance?: Concerns about Inequality and Support for both the European Union and Further Integration” Journal of the European Public PolicyDOI: 10.1080 / 13501763.2016.1170872
Loveless, Matthew. 2016. “Inequality and Support for Political Engagement in New Democracies” Europe-Asia Studies68 (6): 1003-1019. DOI: 10.1080 / 09668136.2016.1203865
Binelli, Chiara. 2016. “Wage Inequality and Informality: Evidence from Mexico”. IZA Journal of Labor & Development, 5: 5.
Binelli, Chiara and Matthew Loveless. 2016. “The Urban-Rural Divide: Perceptions of Income and Social Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe” The Economics of Transition24 (2): 211-231. DOI: 10.1111 / ecot.12087
Binelli, Chiara. 2015. “How the Wage-Education Profile Got More Convex: Evidence from Mexico”. BE Journal of Macroeconomics15(20):509-560.
Binelli, Chiara, Matthew Loveless, and Stephen Whitefield. 2015. “What Is Social Inequality and Why Does it Matter? Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe” World Development 70: 239-248. DOI: 10.1016 / j.worlddev.2015.02.007
Loveless, Matthew. 2013. “The Deterioration of Democratic Political Culture: Consequences of the Perception of Inequality” Social Justice Research26 (4): 471-491. DOI: 10.1007 / s11211-013-0198-7
Whitefield, Stephen and Matthew Loveless. 2013. “Social Inequality and Assessments of Democracy and the Market: Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe”Europe-Asia Studies 65 (1): 26-44. DOI: 10.1080 / 09668136.2012.734588
Binelli, Chiara and Matthew Loveless. 2013. “Looking at Inequality”, Economic Review, Volume 30, Number 4, April.
Loveless, Matthew and Stephen Whitefield. 2011. “Being Unequal and Seeing Inequality: Explaining the Political Significance of Social Inequality in the New Market Democracies” European Journal of Political Research50: 239-266 DOI: 10.1111 / j.1475-6765.2010.01929.x
Loveless, Matthew. 2010. “Agreeing in Principle: Perceptions of Social Inequality and Support for the European Union in Central and Eastern Europe” Journal of Common Market Studies48 (4): 1085-1108. DOI: 10.1111 / j.1468-5965.2010.02088.x
2020-2023: Volkswagen Stiftung: “Measuring Social Inequality” (€1.2million). Under submission
Binelli, Chiara. 2017. “Employment and Earnings Expectations of Jobless Young Skilled: Evidence from Italy”, CeRSP Working Papers Series: WP15/02
Loveless, Matthew and Chiara Binelli. 2018. “Economic Expectations and Satisfaction with Democracy: Evidence from Italy” Government & Opposition 1–17. DOI: 10.1017/gov.2018.31.
Binelli, Chiara. 2016. “Youth and the future Italian graduates without a job” In: Young people today, can you dream ? “, PEDAGOGIKA, Volume 3.
2017-19: Horizon 2020: “Youth, Inequality, and Political Participation in the EU”. CeRSP as Italian institution in consortium of six European universities (€2.4million). Final round, not awarded
2016: Roberto Franceschi Foundation’s Young Professional Grant program for the project “Youth Unemployment: a Pilot Study in the City and Province of Piacenza” Matthew Loveless and Chiara Binelli (Center for Research and Social Progress) (€ 7,000). Awarded
2016: VisitINPS Scholars Program for the project “Expectations of Job Instability, Job Insecurity and Earnings Risk of the Italian Skilled Unemployed: Patterns and Impact on Behavior”. Matthew Loveless and Chiara Binelli (Center for Research and Social Progress) (€ 6,000). Awarded
2014-2015: University of Southampton Strategic Research Development Fund for the project “Future Expectations: A Pilot Study of Youth Unemployment in Italy”. PI: Chiara Binelli (£ 3,934). Awarded
Loveless, Matthew. ‘Strategic Positioning: Centre Right and Radical Right Party Competition over Immigration during the 2015-2018 European Refugee Crisis’ (w/ J. Downes & A. Lam)
Downes, James and Matthew Loveless. 2016. “The 2008-2013 Economic Crisis in Europe: Right Wing Party Competition” EU Academic Program (EUAP) Working Paper
Downes, James and Matthew Loveless. 2018. “Center Right and Radical Right Party Competition in Europe: Strategic Emphasis on Immigration, Anti-Incumbency, and Economic Crisis” Electoral Studies54: 148-158. DOI: 10.1016 / j.electstud.2018.05.008
2017 Marie Curie European Fellowship (Standard): IP: Melissa Schnyder: “RefCSOs: The Impact of the EU on the Political Strategies and Organizational Forms of Domestic Migrant and Refugee Organizations “. CeRSP as Host Institution. Awarded Seal of Excellence
Angius, Valentina and Chiara Binelli. “The Causal Impact of Anthropogenic Emissions on Global Warming”.
Binelli, Chiara and Matthew Loveless. ‘Weather Change or Climate Change? Explaining American Public Opinion on Global Warming using Improved Measure of Local Climate.”
Laura Anselmi (University of Manchester) joint with NIHR Zimbabwe, INS Mozambique, University of Leeds, University of Bath, and Imperial College. “Performance-based financing mechanisms for health system strengthening in Africa”
Borghi, J., N.S. Singh, G. Brown, L. Anselmi, S.R. Kristensen (2018), Understanding for whom, why and in what circumstances payment for performance works in low and middle income countries: protocol for a realist review, BMJ Global Health. DOI: 10.1136/bmjgh-2017-000695
Anselmi, L., M. Lagarde, K. Hanson (2018), The efficiency of local health systems: investigating the role of heath administrations and healthcare providers, Health Economics Policy and Law, 13 (1), 10-32.
Mayumana, I., J. Borghi, L. Anselmi, M. Mamdani, S. Lange (2017), Effects of Payment for Performance on accountability mechanisms: Evidence from Pwani, Tanzania, Social Science and Medicine, 179, 61-73.
Anselmi, L., P. Binyaruka, J. Borghi (2017), Understanding causal pathways within health systems policy evaluation through mediation analysis: an application to payment for performance (P4P) in Tanzania, Implementation Science, 12 (1), 10.
Anselmi, L., R. Meacock, S.R. Kristensen, T. Doran, M. Sutton (2017), Arrival by ambulance explains variation in mortality by time of admission: retrospective study of admissions to hospital following emergency department attendance in England, BMJ quality & safety, 26 (8), 613-621.
Meacock, R., L. Anselmi, S.R. Kristensen, T. Doran, M. Sutton (2017), Higher mortality rates amongst emergency patients admitted to hospital at weekends reflect a lower probability of admission, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 22,1, 12-19.
Han, L., R. Meacock, L. Anselmi, S.R. Kristensen, M. Sutton, T. Doran, S. Clough, M. Power (2017), Variations in Mortality Across the Week Following Emergency Admission to Hospital. Linked Retrospective Observational Analyses of Hospital Episode Data in England, 2004/5 to 2013/14, NIHR Journals Library Publications HS&DR, Publication Date: 22-Nov-2017.
Whittaker, W., L. Anselmi, S.R. Kristensen, Y-S. Lau, … , Hodgson D (2016), Associations between Extending Access to Primary Care and Emergency Department Visits: A Difference-In-Differences Analysis, PLoS Medicine, 13,9.
2018-20: PRIN, Italian Ministry of Education: “Health status changes over the life cycle and its socio-economic effects: an analysis using longitudinal data in Italy and in the EU” Chiara Binelli as Co-PI (€1.1million). Under submission.