Daniele Toninelli is Associate Professor in Economic Statistics at the Department of Economics (University of Bergamo, Italy). He graduated in «Statistics and Economics» (2003, University of Milan-Bicocca) and he obtained a first level Master degree in «Statistics for Marketing Researches and Survey» (2004, University of Milan-Bicocca) and a PhD in «Marketing for Enterprise Strategies» (2009, University of Bergamo).
He was research fellow at the University of Bergamo (2003 to 2007). He was PhD student or visiting researcher at Statistics Canada (2008, 2009, 2012, 2013), at the University of Ottawa (2012, 2013), at the VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava (2012-2013), at the RECSM (Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona; 2014), at the Center of Methods in Social Sciences (Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, 2018); he was guest lecturer at the University of Ljubljana (2018). He was a Management Committee member of the WEBDATANET network (European Project - COST Action IS1004; 2011-2015). His past work experiences include employments at IBM Italia/Celestica (1994–2001), PiTre S.r.l. (2000–2001) and Multiplex Arcadia (2002–2003).
His teaching activity, started in 2003 at the University of Bergamo, includes the following main courses: «Index Numbers Theory», «Statistics for Financial Markets», «Economic Statistics for Marketing Research»,«Advanced Business Statistics», «Economic Statistics», «Data Production and Analysis», «Probability and Statistics for Business and Finance» and «Quantitative Methods for Business Data Analysis» .
His main research interests include: survey and web survey methodology, collection and use of big data in estimating economic and social indicators, price indexes estimation, statistics for finance.