The economic impact of technological procurement for large-scale research infrastructures...
...Evidence from the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Paolo Castelnovo, Massimo Florio, Stefano Forte, Lucio Rossi and Emanuela Sirtori. Research Policy, Volume 47, Issue 9, 1853-1867
The socio-economic impact of a breakthrough in the particle accelerators’ technology...
...A research agenda. Massimo Florio, Andrea Bastianin and Paolo Castelnovo. NIMA, Volume 909, 21-26
Big science, learning, and innovation: evidence from CERN procurement
Massimo Florio, Francesco Giffoni, Anna Giunta and Emanuela Sirtori. Industrial and Corporate Change, Volume 27, Issue 5, 915–936
LHC upgrade brings benefits beyond physics
A recent analysis of the cost and benefits of the high-luminosity LHC reveals a quantifiable return to society in terms of scientific, economic and cultural value.
Should governments fund basic science?
...Evidence from a willingness-to-pay experiment in five universities. Massimo Florio, Francesco Giffoni and Gelsomina Catalano. Journal of Economic Policy Reform
Experiential learning in high energy physics: a survey of students at the LHC
Tiziano Camporesi, Gelsomina Catalano, Massimo Florio and Francesco Giffoni. European Journal of Physics, Volume 38, Number 2
Forecasting the socio-economic impact of the Large Hadron Collider...
...A cost–benefit analysis to 2025 and beyond. Massimo Florio, Stefano Forte and Emanuela Sirtori. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 112, 38-53
Social benefits and costs of large scale research infrastructures
Massimo Florio and Emanuela Sirtori. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 112, 65-78