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ASA 2022 Data-Driven Decision Making

Book of short papers
  • Edited by:
  • Enrico di Bella,
  • Luigi Fabbris,
  • Corrado Lagazio,

This volume collects the contributions presented at the conference “Data-driven Decision Making” organized by the Italian Association for Applied Statistics, held in Genoa from 12 to 14 September 2022.
The papers cover a broad range of topics, with a common thread: the use of statistical methods to support decision-making both in public administrations and in private companies.

  • Keywords:
  • Applied Statistics,
  • Decision making,
  • Evaluation of Educational Systems,
  • Health and well-being,
  • Industrial risk,
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Enrico di Bella

University of Genoa, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-2792-3476

Luigi Fabbris

University of Padua, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-8657-8361

Corrado Lagazio

University of Genoa, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-2268-3469

Enrico di Bella is Associate Professor of Social Statistics at the Department of Political and International Sciences of the University of Genoa.

Luigi Fabbri is President of the Italian Association for Applied Statistics and former Professor of Social Statistics at the University of Padua.

Corrado Lagazio is Professor of Statistics at the Department of Economics of the University of Genoa.

Silvia Bacci, Bruno Bertaccini, Alessandra Petrucci, Valentina Tocchioni

Assessing the predictive capability of Invalsi tests on high school final mark
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pp.11-16


G. Damiana Costanzo, Michelangelo Misuraca, Angela Coscarelli

Profiling students’ satisfaction towards university courses with a latent class approach
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pp.17-22


Simona Ballabio, Arianna Carra, Flavio Verrecchia, Alberto Vitalini

Structure and dynamics of immigration in the municipalities of northwestern Italy
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pp.29-34


Luigi Bollani, Simone Di Zio, Luigi Fabbris

Are Italian youngsters adequately equipped for an after-pandemic upswing?
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pp.35-40


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pp.59-64


Luigi Fabbris, Alfonso Piscitelli

Cultural and sensorial correlates of Trebbiano wine consumption
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pp.65-70


Fabrizio Antolini, Antonio Giusti, Francesca Petrei

Tourism and territorial economy: beyond satellite accounting
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pp.71-76


Andrea Marletta, Roberta Rossi, Elena Diceglie

Short-term forecasts on time series for tourism in Lombardy
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pp.77-82


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pp.83-88


Raffaele Attanasio, Manlio Calzaroni, Alessandro Ciancio, Federico Olivieri, Giovanni Siciliano

The territorialisation of the 2030 Agenda: a multilevel approach
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pp.89-94


Pasquale Anselmi, Daiana Colledani, Simone Di Zio, Luigi Fabbris, Egidio Robusto

Individual and social aspects of after-Covid-19 pandemic depression
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pp.101-106


Fabrizio Antolini, Samuele Cesarini, Francesco Giovanni Truglia

Spread of Covid-19 epidemic in Italy between March 2020 and February 2021: empirical evidence at provincial level
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pp.107-112


Giancarlo Carbonetti, Stefano Daddi, Giampaolo De Matteis, Marco Di Zio, Davide Fardelli, Raffaele Ferrara, Fabio Lipizzi, Enrico Orsini

New perspectives for the quality of sub-municipal data with the Italian permanent population and housing census
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pp.113-118


Stefano Mugnoli, Alberto Sabbi, Fabio Lipizzi

The Land Cover/Use Code of the new Istat Census cartography
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pp.119-124


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pp.125-128


Laura Benedan, Angela Digrandi, Paolo Mariani, Cinzia Pilo, Mariangela Zenga

Quality of life in Health Care: focus on patients
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pp.129-133


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pp.141-144


Chiara Bocci, Emilia Rocco

On the use of auxiliary information in spatial sampling
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pp.151-156


Yuri Calleo, Simone Di Zio, Francesco Pilla

A Natural Language Processing approach to measure expertise in the Delphi-based scenarios
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pp.163-168


Maria Serena Causo, Erika Cerasti, Fabrizio De Fausti, Monica Scannapieco

Exploring Globalization with Cosmopolitics
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pp.169-173


Michele Lalla, Patrizio Frederic

Factors affecting tertiary education decisions of immigrants in Italy
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pp.181-186


Giovanni Busetta, Maria Gabriella Campolo, Antonia Cava

Internet use, feeling of unacceptance and Loneliness: immigrants of first and second generation in Italy
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pp.187-192


Sergio Salamone, Alessandro Faramondi, Stefania Della Queva

A composite indicator to measure regional investment policies on R&D and innovation
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pp.193-196


Adelia Evangelista, Annalina Sarra, Tonio Di Battista

Students’ feedback on the digital ecosystem: a structural topic modeling approach
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pp.203-208


Teresa Maltese, Maria Santarcangelo, Vito Santarcangelo, Diego Sinitò, Aneta Poniszewska-Marańda, Jure Šuligoj, Alcidio Jesus, Elisardo Sanchis

Digital.VET : An innovative approach for teaching and training
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pp.215-220


Luca Bungaro, Marta Desimoni, Mariagiulia Matteucci, Stefania Mignani

The joint estimation of accuracy and speed: An application to the INVALSI data
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pp.221-226


Alessandro Fusta Moro, Matteo Salis, Andrea Zucchi, Michela Cameletti, Natalia Golini, Rosaria Ignaccolo

Ammonia emissions and fine particulate matter: some evidence in Lombardy
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pp.227-232


Lorenzo Valleggi, Federico Mattia Stefanini

On the utility of treating a vineyard against Plasmopara viticola: a Bayesian analysis
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pp.233-237


Silvia Golia

Trust and security in Italy
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pp.239-244


Maria Gabriella Grassia, Marina Marino, Rocco Mazza, Michelangelo Misuraca, Agostino Stavolo

Topic modeling for analysing the Russian propaganda in the conflict with Ukraine
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pp.245-250


Pierluigi Calabrese, Paola Lunalbi, Vincenzo Ribaudo, Saverio Crisafulli, Antonio Ruoto, Vito Santarcangelo, Diego Sinitò, Carlo Bonelli, Giuseppe Stella

Application of the guidelines of the Agency for Digital Italy guidelines and CSA Star self-assessment: A Docustar case study
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pp.257-262


Luigi Bollani, Simone Di Zio, Luigi Fabbris

Remote working in Italy: Just a pandemic accident or a lesson for the future?
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pp.263-268


Giuliana Coccia, Emanuela Scavalli

Monitoring and evaluation of gender equality policies
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pp.275-280


Alice Tontodimamma, Stefano Anzani, Marco Antonio Stranisci, Valerio Basile, Elisa Ignazzi, Lara Fontanella

An experimental annotation task to investigate annotators’ subjectivity in a Misogyny dataset
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pp.281-286


Elisa Benedetti, Gabriele Lombardi, Rodolfo Cotichini, Sonia Cerrai, Marco Scalese, Sabrina Molinaro

Potential risk of gambling products and online gambling among European adolescents
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pp.287-292


Giuseppe Sindoni, Matteo Massenzio

An Open Data platform for decision making in local public administration
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pp.293-298


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pp.299-304


Gabriella Fazzi, Manuela Murgia, Alessandra Nuccitelli, Francesca Rossetti, Valentino Parisi, Roberta Piergiovanni, Luigi Arlotta, Maura Giacummo

A paradata-driven statistical approach to improve fieldwork monitoring: the case of the Non-Profit Institutions census
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pp.305-310


Margherita Silan, Giovanna Boccuzzo

Gender INequality Indicator for Academia (GINIA)
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pp.311-316


Fabrizio Culotta

Given N forecasting models, what to do?
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pp.317-322


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  • Publication Year: 2023
  • Pages: 322
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Book Title

ASA 2022 Data-Driven Decision Making

Book Subtitle

Book of short papers

Editors

Enrico di Bella, Luigi Fabbris, Corrado Lagazio

Peer Reviewed

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2023

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© 2023 Author(s)

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Firenze University Press, Genova University Press

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