Researching Climate and Policy with WITCH

Researching Climate and Policy with WITCH

by Claudio Todesco

A model to predict how much energy we will need and how much pollution we will produce. This is the work being carried out by Valentina Bosetti, Associate Professor, Department of Economics  

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How to Tell if Your Budget Has Been Manipulated

How to Tell if Your Budget Has Been Manipulated

by Claudio Todesco

The algorithms for accrual and those that analyze the descriptive parts of documents. Claudia Imperatore of the Department of Accounting discusses the issue

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Life is but an Algorithm ...

Life is but an Algorithm ...

by Emanuele Borgonovo

They and big data determine many of our daily activities: from the use of satellite navigation to online shopping. As demonstrated by Bocconi researchers in 8 different examples

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The Perfect Startup Pitch? An Algorithm Can Write the Model

The Perfect Startup Pitch? An Algorithm Can Write the Model

by Claudio Todesco

Gaia Rubera, Associate Professor teaching social media marketing, explains the eight algorithms developed on the basis of 3 million conversations about startups

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New Eyes to Read History

New Eyes to Read History

by Claudio Todesco

Go back and connect the changes of surnames, or measure social mobility rates: algorithms are a big help in the field of Guido Alfani, Associate Professor of economic history

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The Law of Privacy and Business Formulas
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The Law of Privacy and Business Formulas

by Claudio Todesco

Algorithms and responsibility. Here's how you search for the right balance on the web, according to Oreste Pollicino of Bocconi's Department of Legal Studies

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Fashion is Hidden in the Big Data of Instagram

Fashion is Hidden in the Big Data of Instagram

by Claudio Todesco

Capturing the flow of information carried by social networks, and classifying them through an algorithm could enable us to identify trends, explains Paola Cillo, Associate Professor of innovation management

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Studying Banks with Python

Studying Banks with Python

by Claudio Todesco

As an economist of banking theory, Silvio Petriconi uses an algorithm to create a model that describes the capital structure of banks

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Between Theory and Uncertainty: Interpreting the World

Between Theory and Uncertainty: Interpreting the World

by Claudio Todesco

Stochastic algorithms, tools with which to face the unknown, are the daily diet of Sonia Petrone, Director of the PhD in statistics

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News

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  • Only Plagues and Wars Curb Inequality's Rise. But Why?

    At Bocconi the final conference of EINITE, a ERC winning research project featuring Guido Alfani as principal investigator, which studied economic inequality in preindustrial Europe  

  • Family Businesses Grow More Than the Rest, Looking Abroad

    According to the latest AUB Observatory, 45% of acquisitions made by Italian family businesses are made abroad, in culturally distant countries too. 9.1% of leaders are women, more than in the rest of Europe. Three successful models have been singled out  

  • BIDSA, Bocconi Institute for Data Science, a New Research Center Is Born

    With an interdisciplinary approach, BIDSA puts together more than 30 scholars from different departments who, in their research, analyse largescale datasets and model the underlying phenomena. Igor Pruenster is the director  

  • International Law Scholars Take Their Research Around the World

    South Africa yesterday, the US today, Japan tomorrow. Bocconi's group of International Law scholars, which includes Giorgio Sacerdoti and other faculty members, PhD candidates and former PhD students, are participating in various international events and conferences  

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  • Robust ensembles: training neural networks by maximizing the local entropy

    Carlo Baldassi (Politecnico di Torino)

    Room 3-E4-SR03, Via Roentgen 1, 3rd floor

  • Expectations, Networks, and Conventions
    Economic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics

    Benjamin Golub (Harvard University)

    3-E4-SR03 (Roentgen building)

  • Expectations, Networks, and Conventions
    Economic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics

    Benjamin Golub (Harvard University)

    3-E4-SR03

  • Ethnic Stratification and the Equilibrium of Inequality: Ethnic Conflict in Post-colonial States

    Manuel Vogt (Princeton University)

    3B3SR01 VIA ROENTGEN