RIEDS – Vol. LXXVI-4 October-December 2022

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Francesca Mariani, Mariateresa Ciommi, Maria Cristina Recchioni, Giuseppe Ricciardo Lamonica, Francesco M. Chelli
SDG composite indicators for Mediterranean countries: a new theoretical approach

Matteo Mazziotta, Adriano Pareto
Weighting in composite indices construction: the case of the Mazziotta-Pareto Index

Claudio Caterino, Luigi M. Solivetti, Andrea Vaccaro
Justice as a pillar of quality of life: distribution of trust in justice across European countries

Margherita Gerolimetto, Stefano Magrini
Weighting in clustering time series: an application to Covid-19 data

Antonella Bianchino, Monica Carbonara, Agata Maria Madia Carucci, Domenico Tebala
Poverty in Italy’s inland areas

Gloria Polinesi
COVID-19 and multidimensional well-being: the Italian case

Jurgena Myftiu
Promoting commute active modes during the Covid-19 pandemic. What is the role of multimodal travel mode choices?

Rashad Mammadli
Pro-environmental consumption: effects on subjective well-being as a proxy for utility

Andrea Vaccaro, Carlotta Montorsi
Quality of government and environmental well-being across European regions

Giuseppe Lecardane
Environmental monitoring in Italian cities a multidimensional analysis with composite indices

Viet Duong Nguyen
Variance-based sensitivity analysis: non-parametric methods for weight optimization in composite indicators
(Best Young Researcher Paper 2022) [download]

Alessio Guandalini
Things you should know about the Gini index

Valeria Quondamstefano, Mariangela Verrascina
A study on the attractiveness of Italian municipalities with the results of the first three editions of the permanent population census

Giuseppe Cinquegrana, Giovanni Fosco
The socioeconomic segregation in Italian metropolitan cities

Simona Cafieri
The sustainability challenges of islands in a European perspective between marginality and development

Gaetano Armao, Alberto Dolce, Federico Lasco, Rosario Milazzo, Domenico Spampinato
The estimation of the costs of insularity through a regressive econometric model applied to Sicily