Development Economist, Researcher and Lecturer
Department of Economics, University of Florence
Via delle Pandette, 9
Mr. Biggeri was a consultant for the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre (IRC) on a project titled "Home Based Workers and Child Labour in Manufacturing Processes in South and Southeast Asia" (Oct. 2000-Oct. 2002), and for the ILO / UNICEF / World Bank Project Understanding Children's Work (Nov. 2002-Nov. 2003). He has also been consultant of the Institute for Industrial Development Policy (Universities of Birmingham (UK), Ferrara (Italy) and Wisconsin-Milwaukee (USA)) and of the Istituto Agronomico per l'Oltremare (Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
He is coordinator of the thematic group of Human Development Capability Association on "Children's capabilities", and coordinator of the project: "Children Conceptualising Their Priorities: Developing a Bottom-Up Strategy for Understanding Childhood and Children's Well-Being".
- The "Resurgence" of Globalization into Sub-Saharan Africa (Policy Library)
- China in Perspective: From Economic 'Miracle' to Human Development? (Policy Library)
Last Updated: Dec 06, 2007