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How to Summarize Graphs and Hypergraphs

How to Summarize Graphs and Hypergraphs

by Sirio Legramanti

Large graphs and hypergraphs are increasingly common: Luca Trevisan has recently published an article about how to summarize these data structures in order to save memory and computational time while preserving their characteristic features  

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Statistics Shows That Early Lockdown Measures Are Our Best Weapons Against Covid

Statistics Shows That Early Lockdown Measures Are Our Best Weapons Against Covid

by Fabio Todesco

New study by Lu and Borgonovo, using sensitivity analysis techniques, demonstrates that policy variables are much more relevant than the intrinsic features of the pandemic in containing the number of infectious  

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Coronavirus Data Analysis Made Easier

Coronavirus Data Analysis Made Easier

by Fabio Todesco

Marco Bonetti, Director of the Dondena Centre, has developed a tool that displays the progress of the epidemic at provincial, regional and national levels  

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Morning Knowledge /8. Networks

Morning Knowledge /8. Networks

by Fabio Todesco

If you want to become global, first build strong local ties, says Fernando Vega Redondo. Trust throughout your relationships is, in fact, the material that makes your wings strong enough to fly far away  

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Educational Choices at the Root of the Skill Mismatch in the Labor Market

Educational Choices at the Root of the Skill Mismatch in the Labor Market

by Fabio Todesco

The results of New Skills at Work, a three year project by Bocconi and JP Morgan. According to international studies, Italy pays a cost for the mismatch between available skills and market demands with a 9% penalty on wages. Better information for families could make the difference  

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The Lunar Algorithm That Predicts the Future

The Lunar Algorithm That Predicts the Future

by Claudio Todesco

The performance of the stock market, weather forecasts, a sports score: all predictable thanks to an algorithm used by NASA in 1969, as explained by Daniele Durante and Sonia Petrone  

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News

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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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  • Accounting Department Seminar with A.Huang

      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

    Meeting Room 2.e4.sr03 - Via Roentgen, 1

  • 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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