The DEI staff is engaged in high level, peer-reviewed scientific research which is periodically presented and discussed in national and international fora. More in details, research at the DEI develops in the following fields:
  • political economy and economic policy with reference to the regional, national and international level,
  • public finance and public economics,
  • management, marketing, accounting and corporate finance,
  • mathematics and statistics applied to social sciences.

The DEI brings together the scientific research experience of the staff of the previous departments which flowed into it. For this reason, the range of topics covered by the staff is broad. For an overview of the topics you can also consider the scientific areas in which the DEI staff is grouped:

  • Agricultural economics and rural appraisal​
  • Private law
  • Civil Procedure Law
  • Tax law
  • Statistics
  • Economic Statistics
  • Demography
  • Social Statistics
  • Mathematical methods of economy, finance and actuarial sciences
  • Economic and Political Geography
  • Political Economics
  • Economic Policy
  • Public Economics
  • Applied Economics
  • Business Administration and Management
  • Management
  • Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Economic History
  • Commodity science