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The Afghan Professor Who Finds a Place in the World Helping His People
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The Afghan Professor Who Finds a Place in the World Helping His People

by Fabio Todesco

Haroun Rahimi, Visiting Professor at Bocconi Department of Legal Studies, engages in public discussions about the Taliban ideology and tries to give a working economy back to 40 million people at risk of starvation  

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Words of Europe, Europe Put Simply
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Words of Europe, Europe Put Simply

by Andrea Costa

The Bocconi Lab for European Studies is launching a podcast that aims to give all citizens useful aids to participate in the exchange of ideas on the European Union. The first word is solidarity  

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Thinking Critically in a World of Fake News and Social Media
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Thinking Critically in a World of Fake News and Social Media

by Damiano Canale, Giovanni Tuzet, Roberto Ciuni and Aldo Frigerio

In a world of hypercommunication, learning to think critically is fundamental today for anyone wishing to make thoughtful choices. an excerpt from the book Critical Thinking, by Canale, Tuzet, Ciuni, and Frigerio  

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Legal Before the Law: Same Sex Marriage in the US
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Legal Before the Law: Same Sex Marriage in the US

by Fabio Todesco

When the Supreme Court ruled same sex marriage legal in 2015, justices overlooked the need for legislation, that would make the right more robust and longer lasting  

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News

  • How COVID Has Changed the Way We Live and Work

    At the end of its first year of activity, Bocconi's SUR Lab publishes a position paper on the new living and working models emerging from the pandemic  

  • How to Predict a 5 Star Review

    Wordify, an online tool developed by Bocconi Data and Marketing Insights Research Unit, helps discover relations between the words used in texts, like online reviews, and their labels, like ratings  

  • Four Shades of Deglobalization

    In a technical note in the HBS Case Collection, Valeria Giacomin and Geoffrey Jones outline the different scenarios that could lead to the end, or redefinition, of globalization  

  • Getting Rid of Zombies: How to Improve the Accounts of Italian Companies

    260 billion Euros of public support have saved the system from collapse in the pandemic period, but now we must govern the phasing out, according to a study by Bocconi's Equita Lab in Capital Markets  

  • Including Migrants in the Vaccination Plan

    According to a paper by some researcher of Bocconi, in Europe, inclusion models for the vaccination plan are possible and essential  

  • A Good Corporate Governance Pays Off

    The 771 companies that have improved their top management structure perform better and risk less when investing abroad, according to the SDA Bocconi Corporate Governance Lab  

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  • Attila Lindner: Firm Heterogeneity and the Impact of Payroll Taxes
    Development Labor Political Economy

    for further information contact patrizia.pellizzari@unibocconi.it

    Room 24, floor 2, Via Sarfatti 25

  • A platform for change? The impact of core component innovations in a platform-based ecosystem on complementor actions
    A platform for change? The impact of core component innovations in a platform-based ecosystem on complementor actions

    RAM RANGANATHAN - UT Austin

    Room AS02 (-1 Roentgen)

  • Ron Shalev (University of Toronto): What's in Investors' Information Set?


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

  • Public Banking in Southern Italy. Old and New Challenges in the 19th century
    Ciclo Webinar Percorsi e Approdi

    MARIA STELLA CHIARUTTINI - Università di Vienna
    VITTORIA FERRANDINO - Università degli Studi del Sannio Benevento

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