FRANCESCO CANDELORO BILLARI

FRANCESCO CANDELORO BILLARI

Courses a.y. 2023/2024

Biographical note

I am Professor of Demography at Bocconi University in Milan. I became Rector in November 2022 after having held the role of Dean of the Faculty. I worked at the University of Oxford (Department of Sociology, where I also served as Head of Department) and Nuffield College (where he was a Professorial Fellow), and at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (Head of the Independent Research Group on the Demography of Early Adulthood). I served as President and Secretary-General/Treasurer of the European Association for Population Studies, and I received the 'Clogg Award' from the Population Association of America in 2012. I am a Fellow of the British Academy, and an affilate of the Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania.


Research interests

My main interests are fertility and family change, the transition to adulthood, life course analysis, population forecasting, digitalization and demography, and comparative surveys. I have published in scientific journals in demography, economics, epidemiology and public health, geography, sociology, and statistics. I have worked in a number of international projects, and currently for the PI of an European Research Council Advanced Grant.


Selected Publications

Billari F.C.
Domani รจ oggi: costruire il futuro con le lenti della demografia
Egea, Milano, Italia, 2023

Billari, Francesco C.; Favero, Carlo A.; Saita, Francesco
Online financial and demographic education for workers: experimental evidence from an Italian pension fund
JOURNAL OF BANKING & FINANCE, 2023

Mooyaart J. E., Liefbroer A. C., Billari F. C.
The changing relationship between socio-economic background and family formation in four European countries
Population Studies, vol. 76, no. 2, pp.235-251., 2022

Billari F.C.
Demography: Fast and Slow
Population and Development Review, vol. 48, no. 1, pp. 9-30., 2022

Danielsbacka, Mirkka; Tanskanen, Antti O.; Billari, Francesco Candeloro
Meeting online and family-related outcomes: evidence from three German cohorts
JOURNAL OF FAMILY STUDIES, 2022