RESEARCH AND BEYOND
Economist with international experience in monitoring and evaluation of development projects and a background as a professional photojournalist. He works as a consultant for various International Organizations and Research Institutes. He has been teaching at the Master in Human Development and Food Security at the University of Roma Tre since 2018, and is coordinator of the Research Methods course. His research interests include: environmental sustainability, poverty, social protection, food security and nutrition.
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Oct 2018 – ongoing
RESEARCH ASSISTANT AT UNIVERSITY OF ROMA TRE, ROME (ITALY)
February 2022 – July 2022
Estimate household CO2 emissions distribution in Italy using EMRIO analysis with consumers expenditure survey.
RESEARCH STAY AT UDELAR – UNIVERSIDAD DE LA REPUBLICA DE URUGUAY, MONTEVIDEO (URUGUAY)
August 2018 – October 2018
Impact evaluation of Progrma Huertas en Centros Educativos (PHCE); Planning, sampling, and running the whole evaluation; conducting 865 survey-based interviews and 20 dedicated focus group activities with primary school children.
PHOTOJOURNALIST AT HEIFER INTERNATIONAL, MEXICO CITY (MEXICO)
February 2015 – May 2015
Photo and video documentation of Heifer International’s projects about mental health, beekeeping and coffee production in different rural areas of Mexico; Working in conjunction with the NGO’s evaluation team.
previously PHOTOJOURNALIST AT UNDER THE SAME SUN AND TULIME ONLUS (TANZANIA)
June 2014 – August 2014
Photo documentation of the life and struggles of various albinos in different areas of Tanzania: Dar es Salaam, Iringa and Mwanza. Photos and interviews have been published on the Washington Post.
Coordinator of the Research Methods module at the Master in Human Development and Food Security, University of Roma Tre (Rome, Italy) 2020 – ongoing.
Lecturer of Research Methods at the Master in Human Development and Food Security, University of Roma Tre (Rome, Italy) 2018 – ongoing.
Lecturer of Statistics at the Master in Human Development and Food Security, University of Roma Tre (Rome, Italy) 2020 – ongoing.
Professor of Computer science at the Faculty of Economy, University of Roma Tre (Rome, Italy) 2021.
OTHER WORKING EXPERIENCES:
Freelance Photojournalist, 2013-2018.
Project manager at ST. Peter Fitness Club A.S.D (Rome, Italy) 2016.
Swimming and Waterpolo Teacher at CSI Roma Flaminio (Rome, Italy) 2004-2018.
Technical CAD designer at Space Italia (Rome, Italy) for 1 year.
Malerba, D., Ward, H., Gaentzsch, A., & Roscioli, F. The Impacts of Carbon Taxes and Cash Transfers on Poverty and Inequality Across Years: A Peruvian Case Study. Available at SSRN 4113769.
Burchi, F., & Roscioli, F. (2022). Can integrated social protection programmes affect social cohesion? Mixed-methods evidence from Malawi. The European Journal of Development Research, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41287-022-00535-z
Atkinson, R.J.; Thomas, E.; Roscioli, F.; Cornelius, J.P.; Zamora-Cristales, R.; Franco Chuaire, M.; Alcázar, C.; Mesén, F.; Lopez, H.; Ipinza, R.; Donoso, P.J.; Gallo, L.; Nieto, V.; Ugarte, J.; Sáenz-Romero, C.; Fremout, T.; Jalonen, R.; Gaisberger, H.; Vinceti, B.; Valette, M.; Bosshard, E.; Ekué, M.; Wiederkehr Guerra, G.; Kettle, C. (2021). Seeding Resilient Restoration: An Indicator System for the Analysis of Tree Seed Systems. Diversity, 13, 367. https://doi.org/10.3390/d13080367
Roscioli, F.; Thomas, E.; Kozicka, M.; Gotor, E.; Kettle, C. (2020) Valuing quality seeds and species diversity in FLR: Simulation modelling for cost-benefit analysis. 23 p. https://hdl.handle.net/10568/110014
Roscioli, F.; Thomas, E.; Kozicka, M.; Gotor, E. (2020) Forest landscape restoration: economic benefits and genetic diversity: How genetic variation can positively influence the benefits of forest landscape restoration 31 p. https://hdl.handle.net/10568/107263
Roscioli, F., Malerba, D., & Burchi, F. (2020). Introducing agroecology in primary schools: an independent impact evaluation in Uruguay. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 1-34.
Vinci, G., Rapa, M., & Roscioli, F. (2018). Sustainable development in rural areas of Mexico through beekeeping. International Journal of Science and Engineering Invention, 4(08), 01-to.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORENCE, FLORENCE (ITALY)
M.S. in Economics and Development
Graduated April 2022
ROMA TRE UNIVERSITY, ROME (ITALY)
M.S. in Human Development and Food Security
Graduated November 2018
LA SAPIENZA UNIVERSITY, ROME (ITALY)
B.S. in International Cooperation and Development
Graduated July 2017
ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI FOTOGRAFIA E COMUNICAZIONE INTEGRATA, ROME (ITALY)
Master in Photojournalism
Graduated November 2013
Development Economics Summer School – Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (2021)
Randomized Control Trial (RCTs) in Development Economics: Design and Data Analysis.
Complex Network Analysis: Tools for Economic Development
Python for Everybody Specialization, University of Michigan (Coursera) (2021)
Data Science Specialization, Johns Hopkins University (Coursera) (2021)
Advanced training course on Sustainable Territorial Valorization of Cultural Heritage, Origin, Products and Biodiversity at University of Florence (2020)
Spatial Data Analysis Using R, Qgis, Grass & Google Earth (Udemy)(2019)
Winner Of Post Master Hdfs Scholarship 2017-2018
Ruralinvest – Preparing Effective Project Investment Proposals (Fao)
Remote Food Security Monitoring (Wfp)
National Adaptation Plans: Building Climate Resilience In Agriculture (Un)
Environment, sustainable agriculture, photography, reading, cycling, web developing, crypto currency trading, surfing, music, cinema.
This is the topic of an ongoing set of studies to which I am taking part. More specifically I am studying how household’s CO2 emissions are distributed along the levels of
Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) aims at re-establishing the ecological functionality of degraded terrestrial ecosystems, as well as changing land-management practices to sustain local economic growth for the benefit of local
The study is part of the DIE project “Voraussetzungen für nachhaltige Entwicklung in Afrika: Politik für Soziale Kohäsion” (“Social Cohesion in Africa”). It analyses drivers of social cohesion and identifies
This study evaluates the impact of an agroecological school gardening program on eating behavior, agroecological knowledge and educational capabilities of 9-12 year-old schoolchildren in Montevideo, Uruguay. The study uses a
A holistic approach that includes social cohesion, accessibility to means of production, policies and nutritional education is widely recognized as needed to fight food insecurity in the world. By investigating
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