Nicola Salvati is an Associate Professor in Statistics at the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Pisa. He has a PhD in Applied Statistics from the University of Florence (2004).
His research interests include survey sampling, model-assisted and design-based inference, robust regression, quantile and M-quantile regression, multilevel models, geographically weighted regression, spatial statistics, applications of small area models in poverty mapping, new technologies in survey methodology (computer assisted telephone surveys, electronic data interchange, internet surveys), Big Data.
His work the in the last five years has been published by Journal of Royal Statistical Society Series A, Journal of Royal Statistical Society Series B, Statistics in Medicine, TEST, Statistical Methods in Medical Research, Statistics & Computing. He is a fellow of the Italian Statistical Society. His research is supported by National and international research programmes funded by the European Union 7th Framework Programme and the Italian Ministry of University and Research.
Nicola is part of the International Business and Human Rights focus area.
+39 (0)50 2216 492