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How Import Tariffs Can Harm the Economy

How Import Tariffs Can Harm the Economy

by Pietro Vacca

Downstream industries that use goods hit by import duties as raw or intermediate materials are forced to reduce their investments, a paper by Thorsten Martin suggests  

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Why Analysts Make Mistakes and Drive Stock Markets onto the Roller Coaster

Why Analysts Make Mistakes and Drive Stock Markets onto the Roller Coaster

by Fabio Todesco

The psychological mechanism of overreacting to the most recent information leads traders to expect excessive variations in fundamentals, causing unjustified fluctuations in stock prices, according to a study by Gennaioli  

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Cognitive Sciences that Help Understand Economics

Cognitive Sciences that Help Understand Economics

by Fabio Todesco

Today marks the inauguration of the Romeo and Enrica Invernizzi Foundation Chair in Behavioral Economics and Finance, held by Nicola Gennaioli  

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Advancing Financial Regulation in Low and Middle Income Countries

Advancing Financial Regulation in Low and Middle Income Countries

by Weiwei Chen

Nicola Limodio has secured funding from the European Research Council to study how to fine tune policies of financial regulation and government intervention to promote structural transformation and development  

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Why US States Don't Adopt a Bondholder Friendly Bankruptcy Law

Why US States Don't Adopt a Bondholder Friendly Bankruptcy Law

by Pietro Vacca

Stefano Rossi proves that municipal bankruptcy law lowers bond spreads by 8.5 basis points and increases hospital investments by 24.5%. Political opposition and judicial inefficiency are among the reasons that prevent its universal ratification  

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News

  • Rich People, Gods Among Men

    Guido Alfani's latest book on the history of wealth is now available in Europe  

  • The Star That Makes Algorithms Work Better

    A new paper tackles the topic of the shape of the solution space and marks a leap forward in understanding how to design faster and more accurate algorithms  

  • Breaking Barriers: Gender Lens Investing reshaping financial landscapes

    Innovative research explores role of gender lens investing in sustainable growth  

  • Allena and Croci Join Team to Draft New Consolidated Text of Environmental Legislation

    The law professor will be part of the interministerial commission, while the Sur Lab director enters group of experts that will support it  

  • Fondazione Cariplo Funds Six Bocconi Researchers

    The projects are under two separate 2023 calls for proposals, one of which is reserved for young people  

  • Mathematics, the Core of Artificial Intelligence

    A threeday workshop at Bocconi looks at the complex but fascinating mathematical questions surrounding AI and machine learning  

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Seminars

  • John Chalmers, Lundquist College of Business: Asset Pricing and Ordinary Consumption

    JOHN CHALMERS - Abbott Keller Professor of Finance Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon

    Seminar Room 2-e4-sr03 - Via Roentgen, 1

  • El Hadi Caoui - Network Diversity, Market Entry, and the Global Internet Backbone

    EL HADI CAOUI - Rotman School of Management

    Alberto Alesina seminar room 5.e4.sr04, floor 5, Via Roentgen 1

  • Alex Frankel: Comparisons of Signals

    ALEX FRANKEL - Chicago Booth

    Room 3-E4-SR03 (Rontgen)

  • Ann Vanstraelen (Maastricht University)

    ANN VANSTRAELEN - Maastricht University

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