Deadly Mob to the Polls: How Organized Crime Makes a Strategic Use of Pre Electoral Violence

Deadly Mob to the Polls: How Organized Crime Makes a Strategic Use of Pre Electoral Violence

by Fabio Todesco

Where organized crime is stronger, political violence intensifies in electoral periods and turns out to be an effective signal for voters and politicians, a study by Bocconi's Paolo Pinotti and colleagues concludes. Parties that oppose organized crime obtain less votes and elected politicians are reluctant to take action against the criminals  

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Experimental DecisionMaking Approach Attracts Funding

Experimental DecisionMaking Approach Attracts Funding

by Claudio Todesco

Chiara Spina, in an ongoing study, stresses that the communication of the activities undertaken in the process of creating a new company should not be underestimated

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A Small Fee for Business Training Improves Course Attendance

A Small Fee for Business Training Improves Course Attendance

by Claudio Todesco

Diego Ubfal and coauthors verified it during an experiment in Jamaica

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Family Firm Governance Results Linked to Context

Family Firm Governance Results Linked to Context

by Claudio Todesco

This is what emerges from a study conducted by Amore, Minichilli, Corbetta and coauthors in 20 Italian regions

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How to Pay Top Executives if You Want Them to Be Innovative

How to Pay Top Executives if You Want Them to Be Innovative

by Fabio Todesco

Dispersion in executives' fixed pay drags innovation, whilst dispersion in their variable pay boosts it, according to a study by scholars from Bocconi University and University of Bath

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Looking at Gender Bias in Funding Yields a Surprise Result

Looking at Gender Bias in Funding Yields a Surprise Result

by Claudio Todesco

This is what Nilanjana Dutt and Sarah Kaplan's work highlights, analysing a sample of business accelerators to see if they help reduce gender inequality

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Creating Identikits of Entrepreneurs from 1850 to Present

Creating Identikits of Entrepreneurs from 1850 to Present

by Claudio Todesco

This is what Andrea Colli is doing in a project in collaboration with some Bocconi students

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The Key Role of Taxation Policy for Startups

The Key Role of Taxation Policy for Startups

by Claudio Todesco

The impact on entrepreneurship studied in a research project led by Bocconi's Dondena Centre

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Entrepreneurs Who Think Like Scientists Get Better Results

Entrepreneurs Who Think Like Scientists Get Better Results

by Claudio Todesco

A research by Camuffo and coauthors on a hundred startups highlights the difference

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News

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  • More than 100 Universities to Recruit European Economists in Naples

    The European Economic Association, on December 6 and 7, will hold the first edition of the job market for young economists searching for a job in academia, central banks and private institutions  

  • The Future of Energy Is Green

    A new research center has been created that will combine the expertise of CERTET and IEFE. Marco Percoco is the new director  

  • Migraine and Gender: Women Are the Most Affected, but Spend Less on Treatment

    Two out of three affected people are women and the condition is more punishing for their social lives than men's. But because of their lower income they spend less on diagnosis and treatment, according to a study by CERGAS Bocconi  

  • Why Health Inequalities Persist in Europe

    Alexander Kentikelenis has coauthored a report for the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, estimating the costs of health inequalities at 980 bln euros per year  

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  • Mind the Gap: Gender Stereotypes and Entrepreneur Financing

    Camille Hebert, Tilburg University

    Meeting Room 2.e4.sr03 - Via Roentgen, 1

  • RANK: Large-Scale Inference with Graphical Nonlinear Knockoffs

    Emre Demirkaya (University of Southern California)

    Meeting room 4.e4.sr03 ' Via Roentgen, 1

  • Economic consequences of state failure; legal capacity, regulatory activity, and market integration in Poland, 1505-1772

    Mikolaj Malinowski, Lund University

    Meeting room 3.b3.sr01 - Via Roentgen, 1

  • Politician Quality, Ideology and Fiscal Policy

    Jakko Merilainen, Stockholm University

    Meeting room 3.b3.sr01 - Via Roentgen, 1