Indirect Lobbying:The Italian Case between Advertising and Politics

Indirect Lobbying:The Italian Case between Advertising and Politics

by Claudio Todesco

The study by Eliana La Ferrara that won the AEJ Best Paper Award for 2017 analyzes the increase of Mediaset advertising revenues at the expense of the RAI channels between 1993 and 2009 and estimates at two billion euro the related political benefits for companies  

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The sense of fear is not enough to explain the new populisms

The sense of fear is not enough to explain the new populisms

by Claudio Todesco

Why do they emerge now, compared to previous periods of crisis? The reasons investigated by a study by Massimo Morelli

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Europe's Malaise Has Origins in Beijing

Europe's Malaise Has Origins in Beijing

by Fabio Todesco

Higher exposure to Chinese imports translates into greater support for nationalist parties, according to a study by Italo Colantone and Piero Stanig

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The US financial bubble was also fueled by imports

The US financial bubble was also fueled by imports

by Claudio Todesco

The impact of globalization on the event that triggered the recession is investigated by a study by Julien Sauvagnat

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When Chinese competition endangers health

When Chinese competition endangers health

by Claudio Todesco

A study by Jerome Adda shows the correlation between imports from the country and the increased chance of death in Italy and the US

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When a Government is Guided by Values

When a Government is Guided by Values

by Claudio Todesco

The ERC project of Guido Tabellini has explained, among other things, why the runoff voting system moderates the contractual power of extremist parties

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A Help for Those Who Make Predictions

A Help for Those Who Make Predictions

by Claudio Todesco

The ERC project of Igor Pruenster uses the flexibilty of bayesian nonparametric inference to efficiently describe complex phenomena. Like DNA sequencing

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When the Firm is Deceiving Its Stakeholders, It Talks Differently

When the Firm is Deceiving Its Stakeholders, It Talks Differently

by Paola Zanella

A study by Maurizio Zollo and coauthors reveals that firms' deception of their stakeholders appears in the language of their communication. And specialist stakeholders are able to detect these linguistic nuances

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When Players Are Conservative, the Economic System Becomes More Unpredictable

When Players Are Conservative, the Economic System Becomes More Unpredictable

by Fabio Todesco

In a note in Econometrica Battigalli, CerreiaVioglio, Maccheroni and Marinacci show that ambiguity aversion, in a strategic interaction among players, has the counterintuitive effect of making predictions more difficult

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News

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  • Human Capital: The Scholars That Make the Difference Meet at Bocconi

    On 31 March and 1 April, the SMS Special Conference will be the most important event of the year for those who think that it is people that make the difference in organizations  

  • A Baffi Carefin Conference in Rome

    The research center promotes the event on the stability of banking systems (17 and 18 March) along with the Review of Financial Studies, Sapienza University's Faculty of Economics and Banca d'Italia. Nobel laureate Robert Engle to give the keynote address  

  • Deglobalization, Protectionism and Nationalism. Will Europe Avoid Going Adrift?

    The first meeting of the Bocconi Research for Europe and the World Economy series, on Monday, March 13, will be dedicated to the new challenges for Europe in a world more and more closed and less supportive with outsiders  

  • Seven Trends Explain the Future of Food

    A research by SDA Bocconi on the prevailing trends in the Italian Food and Beverage industry highlights how companies approach the consumer by increasing products' service content. Food products will be easier to use, tailored to specific consumption occasions and created with our help  

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  • Il caso Taricco: andata e ritorno a Lussemburgo. Cronaca di un atto di immeritata fiducia
    Seminar series Legal Studies Work(-in progress) Shop

    Speaker Marco Bassini, Università Bocconi

    Meeting room 1.c3.01 - Via Roentgen, 1

  • La confisca in Europa
    Seminar series of Criminal law 'Lo statuto costituzionale e convenzionale della confisca'

    Till Bettels, Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg - Germany; Anna Maria Maugeri, Università di Catania

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

  • Dynamic common-value contests
    Economic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics

    Toomas Hinnosaar (Collegio Carlo Alberto Torino) link paper

    3-E4-SR03 (Roentgen building)

  • Designing Products for Children: When the Buyer is not the User

    Paulo Albuquerque, INSEAD

    Meeting room 4.E4.SR03 ' Via Roentgen, 1