Instructors: Enrica Chiappero-Martinetti, Associate Professor of Economics, Faculty of Political Science, University of Pavia and Director of the Human Development, Capability and Poverty, IUSS, at Pavia, and Emma Samman , OPHI Research Associate
- Conceptualization of the well-being process in terms of the production function: inputs (means), outputs (well-being – achieved functionings) and “technology” (the conversion process);
- Estimation of the conversion process and conversion rates; and
- Index of “conversion efficiency” suggested or applied in the capability literature.
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CHIAPPERO-MARTINETTI E., and S. SALARDI (2008), “Well-being process and conversion factors: an estimation of the micro-side of the well-being process”, HDCP-IRC Working Paper, n. 3/2008.
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BINDER, M. and T. BROEKEL (2008), “Conversion Efficiency as a Complementing Measure of Welfare In Capability Space”. Working Paper. http://papers.ssrn.co