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Enrico Bellazzecca

Post-doc Researcher

Enrico Bellazzecca is a research fellow at Tiresia. He obtained his PhD from Glasgow Caledonian University (Yunus Centre). His research focuses on evaluating the impacts of hybrid forms of organizing such as public private partnerships, social enterprises and financial inclusion initiatives. Enrico has interests in realist evaluation and intensive mixed-methods research including ethnography, quantitative network analysis, experimental research and modelling of longitudinal data.​



Research topics:

  • hybridity
  • evaluation
  • impact
  • mixed-methods research

 

Publications

  • Bellazzecca, E. and Biosca, O. (forthcoming). Intended and unintended effects of specialised regulation on microfinance institutions’ double-bottom. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 
  • Biosca, O., McHugh, N., Bellazzecca, E., White, G., Mojarrieta, M., Bala, A., Baker, R. and Donaldson, C. (2020) FinWell London: managing finances and multiple long-term health conditions. Full research report. London: Guys’ and St. Thomas’ Charity.
  • McHugh, N., Biosca, O., Bellazzecca, E., White, G., Mojarrieta, M., Bala, A., Baker, R. and Donaldson, C. (2020). New ways to understand the effects of COVID-19: introducing ‘financial diaries’ methodology. University of Birmingham. Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM).
  • Bala, A., White, G., Mojarrieta, M., Biosca, O., McHugh, N., Bellazzecca, E., Baker, R. and Donaldson, C. (2020) Exploring money and health: financial management and long-term health conditions. Briefing Paper 2: The London financial diaries (FinWell London)
  • Mojarrieta, M., Bala, A., White, M., Biosca, O., McHugh, N., Bellazzecca, E., Baker, R. and Donaldson, C. (2020) Exploring money and health: financial management and long-term health conditions. Briefing Paper 3: Preliminary findings of the FinWell London project.
  • Bellazzecca, E. and Biosca, O. (2017) Can microfinance regulation encourage mission drift? The Italian case. European Microfinance Network (EMN) – Research Paper Award.