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Sergio Salis

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National Centre for Social Research

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National Centre for Social Research

35 Northampton Square

London, Greater London,EC1V 0AX

United Kingdom

Company Description

NatCen Social Research is Britain's leading centre for social research. Our research covers all areas of social policy, and our findings have direct, practical application in terms of understanding social behaviour and informing policy. Our work is carried out... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Quantitative Research Methods and Data Analysis, Statistics Teacher

University of Westminster


Affiliations

Policy Studies Institute

Research Fellow


Institute for the Study of European Transformations

Posts


Education

MSc

University of Essex ( UK )


PhD

Economics


PhD

Economics

University of Cagliari


Web References(5 Total References)


www.scotcen.org.uk

Sergio Salis
Sergio Salis Sergio Salis Research Director (Impact Evaluation) Sergio Salis is a Research Director in the Evaluation team. Prior to joining NatCen Social Research in September 2013, he held posts at the Policy Studies Institute(University of Westminster) and the Institute for the Study of European Transformations (London Metropolitan University). Sergio completed an MSc and a PhD, both in Economics, at the University of Essex (UK) and the University of Cagliari (Italy), respectively. Sergio is an applied social science researcher with over ten years experience of analysing large administrative datasets and complex surveys using a wide range of econometric techniques. He specialises in the evaluation of public programmes and policies using quasi-experimental research designs. Sergio has previously worked on some large impact evaluations for the Department of Work and Pensions (e.g. JobCentre Plus and Provider-Led Pathways-to-Work), and is currently conducting evaluation research for the Ministry of Justice (feasibility of evaluating the prison-based Democratic Therapeutic Communities) and the Food Standard Agency (Impact Evaluation of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme). Sergio has taught Quantitative Research Methods and Data Analysis, Statistics and Microeconomics at the University of Westminster, City University and the Department of Economics of the University of Cagliari.


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Sergio Salis
Sergio Salis Research Director (Impact Evaluation) Evaluation


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Sergio Salis
Research Fellow Sergio joined the PSI Employment research group in January 2008 as a Research Fellow. Prior to joining PSI, he worked as a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of European Transformations (ISET) of the London Metropolitan University and as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of...


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Sergio Salis
Research Fellow S.Salis@psi.org.uk Sergio joined the PSI Employment research group in January 2008 as a Research Fellow. Prior to joining the PSI, he worked as a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of European Transformations (ISET) of the London Metropolitan University and as a Post-doctoral researcher at the University of Cagliari (Italy), where he previously obtained a PhD in Economics. His main research interests include development economics, labour economics, industrial relations and applied microeconomics. Sergio is a quantitative researcher with over five years experience in handling micro-data. He has a long-standing interest in productivity-related issues and in the evaluation of policy interventions. His most recent research involved the evaluation of the causal effect of foreign acquisition on the productivity of Slovenian manufacturing firms and the evaluation of the causal effect of the Government's Pathways to Work programme on Incapacity Benefits claimants in new expansion areas.


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Sergio SalisPSI: People: Sergio SalisPSI > People > Sergio SalisSergio SalisSergio joined the PSI Employment research group in January 2008 as a Research Fellow.Prior to joining the PSI, he worked as a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of European Transformations (ISET) of the London Metropolitan University and as a Post-doctoral researcher at the University of Cagliari (Italy), where he previously obtained a PhD in Economics.His main research interests include development economics, industrial relations and applied microeconomics.His most recent research involved the econometric analysis of the Workplace Employment Relations Survey (WERS) 2004 in order to study the relationship between human resources management practices and workplace productivity.Sergio's previous research mainly focussed on foreign direct investment and economic growth in developing countries.He also employed evaluation techniques to measure the causal effect of foreign acquisition on firm productivity.Añon Higon, M.D., Bozkurt, Ö., Clegg, J., Grugulis, I., Salis, S., Vasilakos, N. and Williams, M.A. (2007), ,The Determinants of Retail Productivity' (submitted to a journal) Salis, S. (2006), ,Evaluating the Causal Effect of Foreign Acquisition on Domestic Performances : The Case of Slovenian Manufacturing Firms,' William Davidson Institute Working Paper No. 803 (submitted to a journal)


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