Loveless, Matthew and Chiara Binelli. 2020. “Economic Expectations and Satisfaction with Democracy: Evidence from Italy” Government and Opposition 55(3): 413-429. DOI: 10.1017/gov.2018.31.
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 Policy DOI: 10.1080 / 13501763.2016.1170872
Loveless, Matthew. 2016. “Inequality and Support for Political Engagement in New Democracies” Europe-Asia Studies 68 (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 Transition 24 (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 Macroeconomics 15(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 Research 26 (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 Research 50: 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 Studies 48 (4): 1085-1108. DOI: 10.1111 / j.1468-5965.2010.02088.x
Attanasio, Orazio and Chiara Binelli. 2003. “Redistribution Policy: Theoretical Motivation and Empirical Evidence”, in Poverty, Inequality and Growth, Proceedings of the AfD / EUDN Conference 2003, Agence Française de Développement, Paris, France.
Environment and Health
Chiara Binelli. “Using Machine Learning to Estimate Causal Effects: the 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.” Available at the APSA Working Paper Series. https://doi.org/10.33774/apsa-2020-lf796
Laura Anselmi: 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”
Laura Anselmi: NIHR – HSDR “Accounting for Unmet Need in Equitable Healthcare Resource Allocation” June 2020 – May 2023
Laura Anselmi: Health Foundation “The Longer-term Effects of Health and Social Care Devolution: Learning from Greater Manchester” March 2020 – February 2022
Laura Anselmi: MRC Skills Development Fellowship in Health Economics: “Beyond resource allocation formulae: analysing the role of local health authorities and providers in achieving equity in service delivery” April 2019- March 2022
Turner, A, Anselmi, L, Lau, Y-S & Sutton, M 2020. ‘The effects of unexpected changes in demand on the performance of emergency departments’, Health Economics
Ohrnberger J, Fichera E, Sutton M, Anselmi. 2020. ‘The effect of a conditional cash transfer programme across the mental health distribution’ Health Policy and Planning
Ohrnberger,J., L. Anselmi, E. Fichera, M. Sutton 2020. ‘The effect of cash transfers on mental health: Opening the black box – A study from South Africa’ Social Science & Medicine, 260: 113181.
Binyaruka P, Anselmi L. 2020. ‘Understanding efficiency and the effect of pay-for-performance across health facilities in Tanzania’ BMJ Global Health 2020;5:e002326.
Bower P, Grigoroglou C, Anselmi L, Kontopantelis E, Sutton M, Ashworth M, Evans P, Lock S, Smye S, Abel K 2020. ‘Is health research undertaken where the burden of disease is greatest? Observational study of geographical inequalities in recruitment to research in England 2013-2018’ BMC Med.,18;18(1):133.
Ohrnberger, J., E. Fichera, M. Sutton, L. Anselmi. 2020. ‘The effect of cash transfers on mental health – New evidence from South Africa’ B M C Public Health, 20: 436.
Ohrnberger, J., L. Anselmi, E. Fichera, M. Sutton 2020. ‘Validation of the SF12 mental and physical health measure for the population from a low-income country in sub-Saharan Africa’ Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 18 (1), 1-11
Anselmi, L., A Everton et al. 2019. ‘Estimating local need for mental healthcare to inform fair resource allocation in the NHS in England: cross-sectional analysis of national administrative data linked at person level’ The British Journal of Psychiatry 1-7 DOI: 10.1192/bjp.2019.185
Meacock, R., L. Anselmi, S.R. Kristensen, T. Doran, M. Sutton 2019. ‘Do variations in hospital admission rates bias comparisons of standardized hospital mortality rates? A population-based cohort study; Social Science & Medicine 235, 112409
Whittaker, L. Anselmi, et al. 2019. ‘Investigation of the demand for a 7-day (extended access) primary care service: an observational study from pilot schemes in England’ BMJ open 9 (9), e028138
Anselmi, J. Borghi, et al. 2020. ‘Pay for performance: a reflection on how a global perspective could enhance policy and research’ International Journal of Health Policy and Management, doi:34.15172/ijhpm.2020.23
Laura Anselmi: No cost extension March 2021 Health System Research Initiative co-funded by DFID/MRC/Wellcome Trust/ESRC: “Strengthening Health System Delivery and Quality: Mechanisms and Effects of Performance Based Financing in the Sub-Saharan Context” April 2017- March 2020
Binelli, Chiara. 2019. “Employment and Earnings Expectations of Jobless Young Skilled: Evidence from Italy”. Social Indicators Research, 145(1), 201-231. doi: 10.1007/s11205-019-02106-y
Loveless, Matthew and Chiara Binelli. 2018. “Economic Expectations and Satisfaction with Democracy: Evidence from Italy” Government & Opposition X. 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.
2019: Center for Research and Social Progress Research Grant for the project “The Gender Care Gap”. Co-PI with Fabrizio Tonello (University of Padova). € 10,000.
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
Migration & Populism
Downes, James F. 2020. “Disunity within the Ranks? Party Expulsions in the European Far-Right: 2000–2020.” (w/F.Wiebrecht, E. Chan and A. Kam). CeRSP Working Papers Series WP20/02.
Downes, James F. 2020. “Ideological Ambiguity, Issue Blurring & Party Dissent: The Electoral Decline of the Populist Italian Five Star Movement.” (w/N.Palma). CeRSP Working Papers Series WP20/01.
Downes, James F. and Matthew Loveless. 2017. “The 2008-2013 Economic Crisis in Europe: Right-Wing Party Competition” European Union Academic Programme Hong Kong (EUAP) Working Paper
Downes, James F., Matthew Loveless, and Andrew Lam. (under review) ‘Strategic Positioning: Centre Right and Radical Right Party Competition over Immigration during the 2015-2018 European Refugee Crisis’
Downes, James, F. 2021. “The Populist Radical Left as a Transnational Social Movement in 21st Century European Politics: The Case of DiEM25.” (Routledge Handbook of Non-Violent Extremism: Groups, Perspectives and New Debates). (w/V.A.Bruno & E. Chan). Routledge (forthcoming)
Downes, James, F. 2020. “COVID-19 & The (Temporary) Fall of the Populist Radical Right in European Politics?” In: Radical Right-Wing Responses to COVID-19. (w/V.A. Bruno). (Hannover: Ibidem-Verlag). (forthcoming)
Downes, James, F. 2020. ‘From “Challengers” to “Incumbents’: The Populist Radical Right in Government.’ In: Tracking the Rise of the Radical Right Globally. (w/F. Wiebrecht & E. Chan). ibidem-Verlag/ Columbia University Press
Downes, James, F. 2019. “The Decline of the Left and the Populist Radical Right Surge in the Refugee Crisis.” In: Tracking the Rise of the Radical Right Globally. ibidem-Verlag /Columbia University Press
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 Studies 54: 148-158. DOI: 10.1016 / j.electstud.2018.05.008