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How the Axes of Political Belonging Change

How the Axes of Political Belonging Change

by Claudio Todesco

The connections between work, economic inequalities, and politics in a study by Guido Tabellini and Nicola Gennaioli  

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Policy Makers React to Ambiguity Like Other Humans Do

Policy Makers React to Ambiguity Like Other Humans Do

by Claudio Todesco

Researchers, journalists or students: the known is better than the unknown for everyone, as demonstrated by an experiment by Valentina Bosetti  

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The Importance of Reputation in Public Contract Bids

The Importance of Reputation in Public Contract Bids

by Claudio Todesco

How much influence should past performance have? A working paper by Francesco Decarolis takes a look  

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Productivity Cannot Be Balanced with Computers

Productivity Cannot Be Balanced with Computers

by Claudio Todesco

A study by Tom Schmitz shows it is managerial practices that determine the gap between countries  

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Field Experiment Finds a Simple Change that Could Boost Agricultural Productivity by 60%

Field Experiment Finds a Simple Change that Could Boost Agricultural Productivity by 60%

by Fabio Todesco

Agricultural output in developing countries would dramatically benefit from changing the terms of crop sharing contracts to leave 75% of the crop to tenants instead of 50%, according to a study by Bocconi's Selim Gulesci and colleagues  

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From Florence to San Francisco: Good Institutions Attract Creative People

From Florence to San Francisco: Good Institutions Attract Creative People

by Claudio Todesco

Guido Tabellini describes the relationship between cities and intellectual talent from the ninth to the nineteenth century  

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How Important Are School Curricula for a Country's Development? Very

How Important Are School Curricula for a Country's Development? Very

by Claudio Todesco

A research project by Mara Squicciarini wins the Young Italian Economist Award 2018  

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Culture and Demographics: What We Can Learn from Jewish History

Culture and Demographics: What We Can Learn from Jewish History

by Claudio Todesco

A study by Maristella Botticini and colleagues analyzes the demographic trend of the Jewish population in Europe from the 1500s to the 30s of the last century  

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  • ScienzaNuova, Mathematics Also Thinks Over Ontology

    The third edition of the research and experimentation forum on the fundamental concepts of modern science, in collaboration with the Accademia di Studi Italo Tedeschi and the contribution of the Cariplo and Suedtiroler Sparkasse Foundations  

  • Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science: Fundamental Science at Bocconi

    In a Rai Tre broadcast, Riccardo Zecchina, a physicist who teaches Computer Science, recounts his day as a researcher and illustrates the University's growing interest in data science and artificial intelligence  

  • Milan and Bocconi, the Right Combination for AREUEA 2019

    The University will host the annual conference of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association from 24 to 26 June  

  • Bocconi at the Center of the Debate on Decision Analysis

    The Advances in Decision Analysis Conference, from 19 to 21 June, includes sessions on decisions for environmental issues and on crowd forecasting  

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    Veronika Rocková (Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago)

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    Isin Guler (University of North Carolina)  

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    Claudia Custodio, Imperial College London

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    Michele Guindani (University of California, Irvine)

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