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The Labor Market and the Costs of Unification

The Labor Market and the Costs of Unification

by Claudio Todesco

The transfer of millions of Germans from the East to the West and the return home of those who had emigrated abroad had significant impacts on the labor market, explains Gianmarco Ottaviano  

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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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News

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  • Bocconi's School of Law Joins the American Society of Comparative Law

    The association, founded in 1951, publishes the prestigious American Journal of Comparative Law  

  • Saving the Oceans from the Land: The Role of Businesses

    Two thirds of Mediterranean businesses are unaware of their impact on marine sustainability or are inactive in mitigation. But there is hope, thanks to the 34% of companies defined as sustainability leaders, according to a Report for the One Ocean Foundation by researchers from SDA Bocconi, McKinsey, and CSIC  

  • 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  

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  • Bank Transparency and Deposit Flows

    Itay Goldstein, Wharton University of Pennsylvania

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

  • Bayesian Auctions with Efficient Queries
    Economic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics

    Jing Chen (Stony Brook University) Paper

    Seminar Room 3.e4.sr03 - Via Roentgen 1

  • Immigration and Spatial Equilibrium: the Role of Expenditures in the Country of Origin
    Development Labor Political Economy - DLPE

    Joan Monras (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) Paper

    Seminar Room 5.e4.sr04 - Via Roentgen 1

  • Territory beliefs and the general deterrence of transnational organizational misconduct: how swiss private wealth management organizations responded to U.S. law enforcement against their peers

    Florian Ueberbacher, University of Zurich

    Room 3.b3.sr01 - via roentgen 1