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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007An Additive Model to Normalize Spotted Arrays Using Spike ControlsSTEFANINI Federico; MASCHERINI MASSIMILIANO; BRANDI Maria; MAVILIA CarmeloContributions to Conferences
2008Building a Composite Indicator to Measure Active Citizenship in EuropeMASCHERINI Massimiliano; HOSKINS Bryony LouiseContributions to Conferences
2008Caratteristiche della Partecipazione Sociale in Europa: Il Caso dell'Europa MediterraneaMASCHERINI Massimiliano; DANIELE VidoniArticles in Journals
2007The Characteristics of Social Participation in Europe: Evidence from ESS2002MASCHERINI MASSIMILIANO; SALTELLI ANDREA; VIDONI DANIELEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The characterization of Active Citizenship in EuropeMANCA ANNA RITA; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; HOSKINS BryonyEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Exploring eBusiness Readiness Indicators using Bayesian NetworksMASCHERINI MASSIMILIANOContributions to Conferences
2011Exploring the Determinants of Civil Participation in 14 European Countries: One-Size-Fits NoneMASCHERINI Massimiliano; VIDONI Daniele; MANCA ANNA RITAArticles in Journals
2007Fourth European Community Innovation Survey: Strengths and Weaknesses of European CountriesCELIKEL ESSER FUNDA; TARANTOLA STEFANO; MASCHERINI MASSIMILIANOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Growing cohesive societies: exploring the link between social exclusion and active citizenshipSALTELLI Andrea; MASCHERINI MassimilianoArticles in Journals
2008The Importance of Social Reality for Europe's Economy - an Application to Civil ParticipationCANOY Marcel; LERAIS Frederic; MASCHERINI MASSIMILIANO; SALTELLI ANDREA; VIDONI DANIELEArticles in books
2011Indicators for European Union Policies. Business as usual?SALTELLI Andrea; D'HOMBRES Beatrice; JESINGHAUS Jochen; MANCA ANNA RITA; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; NARDO Michela; SAISANA MichaelaArticles in Journals
2010Indicators for Lisbon post-2010 - business as usual?SALTELLI Andrea; NARDO Michela; MANCA ANNA RITA; JESINGHAUS Jochen; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; SAISANA MichaelaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Learning the Structure of Bayesian Networks Representing Influence Relations Among GenesMASCHERINI MassimilianoContributions to Conferences
2008MASTINO: Learning Bayesian Networks Using RMASCHERINI Massimiliano; FABIO Frascati; STEFANINI Federico MattiaContributions to Conferences
2009Measuring Active Citizenship through the Development of a Composite IndicatorHOSKINS Bryony Louise; MASCHERINI MassimilianoArticles in Journals
2009Recommended Practices in Global Sensitivity AnalysisSALTELLI Andrea; VIDONI Daniele; MASCHERINI MassimilianoArticles in books
2008Retrieving expert opinion on weights for the Active Citizenship Composite IndicatorMASCHERINI MASSIMILIANO; HOSKINS BRYONY LOUISEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Scouting for drivers of the European Knowledge Society: the role of social participationVIDONI Daniele; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; MANCA ANNA RITAContributions to Conferences
2008Towards a set of composite indicators on Flexicurity - The dimension of Lifelong LearningMASCHERINI MassimilianoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Towards a set of Composite Indicators on Flexicurity: a Comprehensive ApproachMANCA ANNA RITA; GOVERNATORI Matteo; MASCHERINI MassimilianoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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