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How to Interpret American Precedents on Arbitration

How to Interpret American Precedents on Arbitration

by Andrea Costa

Catherine Rogers is one of four scholars behind the first ever synthesis of basic principles on this subject, and the author of a defining paper on what it really means for an arbitrator to be impartial  

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The Making of the New Chinese Civil Code

The Making of the New Chinese Civil Code

by Hao Jiang

The new code is a legal milestone in mainland china and beyond. the code embodies traditional values, international best practices, and the Chinese ingenuity in tackling the legal challenges of the 21st century, argue Hao Jiang and Pietro Sirena in a new book  

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All the Limitations of European Legislation on Sustainable Investment

All the Limitations of European Legislation on Sustainable Investment

by Fabio Todesco

Institutional investors may lack the resources and incentives necessary to complete the stewardship tasks the European Union assigns to them, while ESG indexes and ratings are short on transparency and consistency, according to research by Balp and Strampelli  

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  • A Doctorate to Succeed in Research

    The Bocconi PhD School presentation event introduced by Rector and Dean  

  • LEAP Offers MSc Interns a Taste of What Research Means

    Students are recruited by the development economics laboratory twice a year to work with faculty on ongoing projects, with responsibilities in program design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation  

  • An Online Tool to Extricate the Web of Digital Trade Regulation

    The Digital Trade Integration Project, funded by CIVICA Research, published an interactive database covering over 120 countries  

  • When ChatGPT Helps to Teach About the Constitution

    How to deal with artificial intelligence is one of the topics debated at the annual conference of the International Society of Public Law, which will gather 1100 scholars at Bocconi  

  • Connectivity: Why Financial Statements and Sustainability Go Hand in Hand

    Annalisa Prencipe and Ariela Caglio presented their research on the state of the art of sustainability reporting and connectivity in and between corporate documents at the annual KPMG Chair in Accounting event  

  • Balancing Infrastructure Spending and Tighter Monetary Policies

    Stefano Gatti and Carlo Chiarella mark Bocconi's renewed partnership with Antin IP with a detailed analysis of the impact of higher inflation on longterm ventures  


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  • Daniele Durante - Skew-symmetric approximations of posterior distributions

    DANIELE DURANTE - Università Bocconi

    Room 3-E4-SR03 (Roentgen)

  • Edouard Schaal - Political Preferences and the Spatial Distribution of Infrastructure: Evidence from California's High-Speed Rail


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

  • Going Smaller with Precise Numbers: Consequences of the Precision-Smallness Association on Attribute Weighting and Consumer Choice

    JENNIFER HONG - Seattle University

    Seminar Room 1-C3-01, 1st floor, via Roentgen 1

  • Amedeo Pugliese (University of Padua) - Changes to Accounting Policies, Corporate Transparency and Guaranteed Loans during the Covid-19 Crisis*

    AMEDEO PUGLIESE - University of Padua

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