home
About PersiPov

Project supported by the Luxembourg Fonds National de la Recherche (contract C10/LM/783502) and by core funding for CEPS/INSTEAD by the Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research of Luxembourg






Publications

Scientific publications

Ayllón, S., Fusco, A. (2017), “Are income poverty and perceived financial difficulties dynamically interrelated?”, Journal of Economic Psychology, Vol. 61, August, pp. 103-114.

Fusco A. (2016), “The dynamics of perceived financial difficulties”, Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol. 17; Issue 4, pp. 1599-1614.

Fusco Alessio, Islam Nizamul (2012). 'Understanding the Drivers of Low-Income Transitions in Luxembourg'. Research on Economic Inequality, 2012, vol°20, pp. 367-391.

Working paper

Ayllón, S., Fusco, A. (2016), 'Are income poverty and perceived financial difficulties dynamically interrelated?, LISER Working paper n°2016-05, Esch sur Alzette, Luxembourg,
[view details]  [view paper] 

Fusco Alessio (2013). 'The dynamics of perceived financial difficulties', CEPS/INSTEAD Working Paper 2013-24, CEPS/INSTEAD, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg.
[view details]  [view paper] 

Fusco Alessio, Islam Nizamul (2012). 'Understanding the Drivers of Low-Income Transitions in Luxembourg', CEPS/INSTEAD Working Paper 2012-31, CEPS/INSTEAD, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg.
[view details]  [view paper] 

Faye Ousmane, Islam Nizamul & Zulu Eliya  (2011), 'Poverty dynamics in Nairobi's slums: Testing for true state dependence and heterogeneity effects', CEPS/INSTEAD Working Paper 2011-56, CEPS/INSTEAD, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. 
[view details]  [view paper] 

Communication to the general public

Reinstadler, Anne (2012), 'Tensions financières et nombre d'enfants dans le ménage : quel lien ?', CEPS/INSTEAD, coll. Vivre au Luxembourg n°86, 2p.