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We'd Better Listen to Cassandra Also in Times of COVID

We'd Better Listen to Cassandra Also in Times of COVID

by Fabio Todesco

Six EU countries banned short selling on their stock exchanges in the wake of the COVID outbreak in order to avoid a downward feedback loop. They had it wrong, according to Marco Ventoruzzo  

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Civil Procedure Law: The Dialogue Between the US and Europe Is Possible
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Civil Procedure Law: The Dialogue Between the US and Europe Is Possible

by Fabio Todesco

A study by Cesare Cavallini and Marcello Gaboardi on the intervention of nonparties in pending litigations shows deep similarities between the American and European legal systems. It thus helps to alleviate the distrust surrounding crossborder contracts  

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Morning Knowledge /4. Transparency

Morning Knowledge /4. Transparency

by Fabio Todesco

Marco Ventoruzzo shows that companies with independent and minority appointed directors are more transparent than the rest. Do you think that independent directors bring also other advantages?  

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How Blockchain Can Help the Environment
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How Blockchain Can Help the Environment

by Fabio Todesco

A study by Miriam Allena suggests a pervasive system of environmental controls based on new technology, which allows citizen associations and individuals to support public authorities in the monitoring process  

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How the United Nations Regained Its Centrality
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How the United Nations Regained Its Centrality

by Claudio Todesco

The decisive role of the UN in the process of accession of new states explained by Roger O'Kefee  

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Eastward expansion has changed the face of the Union
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Eastward expansion has changed the face of the Union

by Claudio Todesco

Important changes to the treaties have been introduced to prevent the antidemocratic regression of the Eastern countries. But they haven't always worked, says Eleanor Spaventa  

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  • Research and Policy to Tackle Climate Change

    Bocconi students on the economics seminars organized by IGIER. In the third article of the series, Federico Scabbia reports on the work of Solomon Hsiang, Berkeley University, Christian Gollier, Toulouse University, and Tom van Ierland, DG Climate Action  

  • Why American Deterrence May Not Work

    In a world with many well armed and unpredictable countries, tough talk from the US is riskier than ever  

  • The Immigrant Factor for Public Health: Let the Data Speak

    A study by Carlo Devillanova underlines the importance of monitoring health issues of immigrants to avoid the risks of leaving them outside the healthcare system during the pandemic  

  • A Call for Evidence in the Debate Over School Autonomy

    Bocconi students on the economics seminars organized by IGIER. In the second article of a series, Sahana Subramanyam reports on the work of Joshua Angrist, MIT, and Stephen Machin, LSE  

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  • Uncertainty and Information Acquisition: Evidence From Firms and Consumers

    Christopher Roth, Warwick In order to receive the invitation link for the online streaming, please contact dip.fin@unibocconi.it

    Webinar

  • Power of Words: How Do Employee Narratives Shape Our Understanding of Managerial Incompetence?

    Amit Nigam, Class Business School

    Webinar joint with CERGAS

  • The Macroeconomics of Sticky Prices with Generalized Hazard Functions
    Macroeconomics

    Francesco Lippi (LUISS University)

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  • Self-image Bias and Lost Talent

    Pietro Veronesi, University of Chicago. In order to receive the invitation link for the online streaming, please contact dip.fin@unibocconi.it  

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