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A Nobel Prize to Three Fighters Against Poverty

A Nobel Prize to Three Fighters Against Poverty

by Fabio Todesco

Eliana La Ferrara and Diego Ubfal, development economists at Bocconi, comment on the award to the three scholars who have made their discipline a rigorous science and who have worked in the field for decades  

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Financial Fair Play: European Clubs' Accounts Are Getting Better

Financial Fair Play: European Clubs' Accounts Are Getting Better

by Fabio Todesco

UEFA rules have had the greatest effect on the clubs with ambitions to participate in European competitions and on the most indebted, according to a research presented today at Bocconi  

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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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  • The Department of Legal Studies Goes to Washington

    Bocconi's Department will be the only nonAmerican school to participate in the Faculty Recruitment Conference organized by the Association of American Law Schools  

  • MeetMeTonight: Bocconi Unveils the Secrets of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

    The Milan edition of the European Researchers' Night opens tomorrow. Bocconi's activities will cover machine learning and the risks of a democracy being hacked  

  • Fondazione Invernizzi Boosts Research into Agricultural Economics

    SDA Bocconi's AGRI Lab was launched today, thanks to a 1M Euro donation from the Romeo and Enrica Invernizzi Foundation. It will contribute to the development of the primary sector in Italy  

  • 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  

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  • Contract as Voluntary Commutative Justice

    Hao Jiang, Tulane Law School

    Room 1.C3-01, Via Roentgen 1

  • Rationalizable Implementation: Complete and Incomplete Information
    Economic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics

    Robert Serrano (Brown University)

    Seminar Room 3.e4.sr03 - Via Roentgen 1

  • Usage Uncertainty and Pricing Schemes in the Ride-Hailing Industry: A Structural Approach

    Wei MIAO, National University of Singapore

    Meeting room E4-SR01, Via Roentgen, 1, 4th floor

  • The Institutional Foundations of Religious Politics: Evidence from Indonesia
    Development Labor Political Economy - Joint with Department of Social and Political Sciences

    Samuel Bazzi (Boston University) Paper

    Seminar Room 5.e4.sr04 - Via Roentgen 1