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Civil Procedure Law: The Dialogue Between the US and Europe Is Possible
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Civil Procedure Law: The Dialogue Between the US and Europe Is Possible

by Fabio Todesco

A study by Cesare Cavallini and Marcello Gaboardi on the intervention of nonparties in pending litigations shows deep similarities between the American and European legal systems. It thus helps to alleviate the distrust surrounding crossborder contracts  

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Morning Knowledge /4. Transparency

Morning Knowledge /4. Transparency

by Fabio Todesco

Marco Ventoruzzo shows that companies with independent and minority appointed directors are more transparent than the rest. Do you think that independent directors bring also other advantages?  

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How Blockchain Can Help the Environment
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How Blockchain Can Help the Environment

by Fabio Todesco

A study by Miriam Allena suggests a pervasive system of environmental controls based on new technology, which allows citizen associations and individuals to support public authorities in the monitoring process  

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How the United Nations Regained Its Centrality
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How the United Nations Regained Its Centrality

by Claudio Todesco

The decisive role of the UN in the process of accession of new states explained by Roger O'Kefee  

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Eastward expansion has changed the face of the Union
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Eastward expansion has changed the face of the Union

by Claudio Todesco

Important changes to the treaties have been introduced to prevent the antidemocratic regression of the Eastern countries. But they haven't always worked, says Eleanor Spaventa  

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The Controllers That Report the Risk of a Crisis
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The Controllers That Report the Risk of a Crisis

by Claudio Todesco

Now there is no such thing as bankruptcy, but only a formal change. Marcello Gaboardi explains the most substantial new apsects introduced by the Code of business crisis and insolvency  

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  • Predicting Behavior in a Pandemic

    Jerome Adda is investigating a key element in implementing policies that minimize the infection  

  • At Bocconi, with the Econometric Society, the Largest Ever Online Congress of Economists

    From 17 to 21 August, 2,500 participants will discuss all the current topics in economics, with 1,300 scientific presentations and speeches by Nobel Laureates Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee  

  • Measuring European Attitudes on Complying With Health Policies

    Bocconi, with CERSAS and COVID Crisis Lab, is part of a project launched by the Hamburg Center for Health Economics  

  • Long Term Effects of Government Response to COVID

    Oreste Pollicino supervises a research project comparing 60 countries  

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  • Brown Bag Seminar with Elica Krasteva

    Elica Krasteva (Università Bocconi)  

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      Allen Huang (HKUST)   Registration   Note that Zoom registration is required – this can be done before the seminar date by clicking on the Registration link.  

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  • When the Markets Get CO.VI.D.: COntagion, VIruses, and Information Diffusion

    Max Croce, Bocconi University

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  • Accounting Department Seminar with T.J. Wong

    T.J. Wong (USC Marshall)   Registration   Note that Zoom registration is required – this can be done before the seminar date by clicking on the Registration link.

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