Danilo Bolano is a demographer and social statistician with extensive training in econometrics and quantitative methods for social sciences.
Danilo joined ISSR from the Swiss National Research Center for Life Course Studies at the University of Geneva (Switzerland). Before completing his PhD in Demography, he worked as quantitative researcher and consultant in Italy supporting the activities of public authorities and third sector in planning and evaluating social policies and services and in carrying out social surveys. He also participated to several European funded research projects.
Danilo’s research involves the development of statistical models using longitudinal data for life course studies. His methodological expertise includes Markov models, sequence analysis, linear mixed models, multilevel models, structural equation modelling. His research interests centre on health and income dynamics. More recently he started focused on record linkage and estimation related issues.
- Statistics for Social Sciences
- Longitudinal Data Analysis
- Life course analysis