Dr Domenico Moro

Dr Domenico Moro

The Department of Economics
Lecturer in Economics (Teaching Focused)

Contact details

Address
Department of Economics
JG Smith Building
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Domenico Moro is a Lecturer in Economics in the Department of Economics at Birmingham Business School. Prior to joining the department, Domenico worked as a researcher at the Third Sector Research Centre at the University of Birmingham, where he was involved on quantitative analysis, cutting across several research programmes. His focus is on the economic impact of third sector organisations in the UK.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Economics, University of Warwick
  • D.Phil in Economics and Law, Universita’ di Bologna, Italy
  • MSc in Economics, University of Warwick
  • BSc in Economics and Finance, Universita’ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza, Italy

Biography

Prior to joining the department, Domenico worked as a researcher at the Third Sector Research Centre at the University of Birmingham, where he was involved on quantitative analysis, cutting across several research programmes. His focus is on the economic impact of third sector organisations in the UK. He also worked as a part-time researcher at Warwick Medical School, where he was involved in a wide range of research on pharmaceutical products and economic evaluation, cost-effectiveness of applications and decision analysis.

Teaching

International Macroeconomics and Financial Markets

Research

Economics of the third sector and health economics

Publications

Clark M, Petrou S, and Moro D. ‘A systematic review of the literature relating to Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs) in healthcare’. Pharmacoeconomics: 2014 Sep;32(9):883-902

McKay, S., Teasdale, S., Moro, D. and Clifford, D. (2014) 'The marketisation of charities in England and Wales', Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 2014:1

Paine, A., McKay, S.and Moro, D. (2013) 'Does volunteering improve employability? Insights from the British Household Panel Survey and beyond'. Voluntary Sector Review volume 4: 2013 (November)

Moro D, Clark M, Higgins R, Gumber A, Moro D, Leech D, Szczepura A, Daga S,,and West N. Review article: “A better way to measure choices’, discrete choice experiment / conjoint analysis studies in Nephrology - a literature review“. European Medical Journal – Nephrology 2013: 1: 52-59.

Arvidson M, Lyon F, Moro D, McKay S, “Valuing the social? The nature and controversies of measuring social return on investment (SROI)”. Voluntary Sector Review, volume 1: 2013

Michael D Clark, Dennis Leech, Anil Gumber, Domenico Moro, Ala Szczepura, Nick West and Robert Higgins “ Who should be prioritized for renal transplantation?: Analysis of key stakeholder preferences using discrete choice experiments” BMC Nephrology 2012, 13:152

Michael Clark M, Szczepura A, Moro D (April 2012) Diabetes and Pre-Eclampsia Intervention Trial (DAPIT): Economic Analysis. Report prepared by Division of Health Sciences, Warwick Medical School for Regional Centre for Endocrinology and Diabetes, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.

Donegani C, McKay S, Moro D, “A dimming of the ‘warm glow’? Are non-profit workers in the UK still more satisfied with their jobs than other workers?”. Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms. Volume 13, 313–342

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