Procurement, Greater Discretion Does Not Equal Greater Corruption

Procurement, Greater Discretion Does Not Equal Greater Corruption

by Valentina Gatti

A paper by Decarolis, Fisman, Pinotti and Vannutelli shows that the introduction of greater discretion in the selection of private contractors in procurement results in an increased risk of corruption only in contexts already vulnerable to the problem  

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Lean Management Pays Off, But You Have to Wait

Lean Management Pays Off, But You Have to Wait

by Andrea Costa

Arnaldo Camuffo and Alberto Poletto are the first to measure timing and extent of extra profits deriving from company wide lean philosophy

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Personal Features Affect Strategic Behavior

Personal Features Affect Strategic Behavior

by Andrea Costa

Pierpaolo Battigalli wins an ERC grant for his research project on why the rules of a game should be kept separate from the players' personal features

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Mind Your Step: Your Virtual Interactions Say Something About You

Mind Your Step: Your Virtual Interactions Say Something About You

by Jenny Mao

Networks act as prisms that generate signals of trustworthiness

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Fear of Switching Costs May Dampen Support for Phasing out Combustion Engine Cars

Fear of Switching Costs May Dampen Support for Phasing out Combustion Engine Cars

by Andrea Costa

A paper by a Bocconi PhD candidate explores the factors that influence the perception of environmental policies

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Decentralizing Cancer Care Benefits People and the Environment

Decentralizing Cancer Care Benefits People and the Environment

by Valentina Gatti

A study by CERGAS has estimated the value of keeping care delivery points closer to communities, in economic and environmental terms

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Empowering Women Through Research

Empowering Women Through Research

by Andrea Costa

Bocconi's AXA Research Lab on Gender Equality studies the roots of gender related gaps and how to close them

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The Uneven Results of Anticorruption Efforts Across Countries
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The Uneven Results of Anticorruption Efforts Across Countries

by Andrea Costa

A paper with the first advanced study of this kind has been presented by Leonardo Borlini at a UN symposium

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Changing Ownership Structure Is Good for the Balance Sheet

Changing Ownership Structure Is Good for the Balance Sheet

by Susanna Della Vedova

Corporate Governance Lab mapped 14,000 companies and tracked 3,000 from 2014 to 2022

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News

  • Providers of Long Term Care for the Elderly Must Evolve

    The latest report on this sector by the Cergas research center and Essity has been released  

  • Bocconi Postdoc Invited to High Profile Conference

    Gianluigi Riva joins a selected group of young scientists that will attend a meeting with Nobel laureates later this year  

  • Caselli, Ventoruzzo and Mosca Join the Committee for the Reform of Capital Markets

    The activities will lead to the new Consolidated Text  

  • Bocconi Research Excellence Awards 2024

    Faculty whose publications have been accepted by the most prestigious journals or publishers honored  

  • When Statisticians Help Algorithm Designers

    Giacomo Zanella and colleagues find a way to compare how certain algorithms perform  

  • Rich People, Gods Among Men

    Guido Alfani's latest book on the history of wealth is now available in Europe  

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Seminars

  • Markus Arnold (University of Bern)

    MARKUS ARNOLD - University of Bern

    5-b3-sr01, 5th floor, Roentgen building

  • Alireza Aghaee Shahrbabaki, Bocconi: The flattening demand curve

    ALIREZA AGHAEE SHAHRBABAKI - Università Bocconi

    Common Room, 2nd floor - Finance Department, sector D3

  • EXITING THE ENERGY CHARTER TREATY UNDER THE LAW OF TREATIES
    Bocconi Conversations in International Law

    ROGER MICHAEL O'KEEFE - Università Bocconi
    LORAND BARTELS - University of Cambridge
    TIBISAY MORGANDI - Queen Mary University of London

    Seminar Room 1.C3-01

  • Dave Donaldson - Putting Quantitative Models to the Test: An Application to Trump's Trade War

    DAVE DONALDSON - MIT

    Alberto Alesina Seminar Room 5.e4.sr04, floor 5, Via Roentgen 1