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Biography

Ludovico Carrino is a Research Fellow at King’s College London and affiliated to the Department of Economics of the Ca’Foscari University of Venice, where he got his Ph.D. in Economics. He is Adjunct Professor of Public Economics at the University of Trieste, and Consultant on Public Policy and the Public Economics of ageing for the World Health Organisation (WHO Kobe Centre for Health Development). He has written a book on the 'Economics of Long-Term Care in Europe' (Palgrave-MacMillan, 2017), as well as several articles on the evaluation of public policy interventions for ageing societies.

His curriculum vitae is available at the following link: Curriculum Vitae

Research

  • Economics of ageing, healthcare and long-term care
  • Mental health
  • Multidimensional decision making
  • Pensions and the welfare state
  • Policy and society
  • Public policy evaluation
  • Public economics

Ludovico's research is in applied health economics, with particular focus on long-term care for older individuals, the economics of ageing and pensions, as well as welfare economics and the multi-dimensional evaluation of complex phenomena.

He is principal investigator in a joint project with the Université de Paris, focused on evaluating the effectiveness of public Long-Term Care services in preventing negative health outcomes among older Europeans. He is the co-investigator for the IN-CARE project – a new Open Research Area (ORA) funded project on inequalities in formal and informal care utilisation and provision across Europe and the UK. He is also lead investigator for the WORKLONG project – an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) project within the Joint Initiative Programme that examines how pension reform influences the health and wellbeing of older workers.

He is a senior researcher within the MINDMAP project – a European Union consortium to examine the impact of urban policies on mental health.

Further details

See Ludovico's research profile