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When Expert Knowledge is Not Enough, Solidarity and Sense of Duty Can Save the Day

When Expert Knowledge is Not Enough, Solidarity and Sense of Duty Can Save the Day

by Umberto Platini

The case of medical professionals challenged by the COVID pandemic shows what strategies may be adopted when expertise, knowledge, and experience can't help  

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Catherine De Vries is the New Generali Endowed Chair in European Policies – Shaping Leadership in Europe

Catherine De Vries is the New Generali Endowed Chair in European Policies – Shaping Leadership in Europe

by Andrea Costa

The Chair, supported by Assicurazioni Generali, will spearhead research on how to reform the EU's architecture in order to make it more adaptable to past and future challenges  

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Interacting with Entrepreneurs Early on Helps Girls Succeed

Interacting with Entrepreneurs Early on Helps Girls Succeed

by Andrea Costa

A working paper by AXA Lab research fellow Viola Salvestrini and colleagues finds ways to plug gender gaps in developed countries  

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What's Left of the Pandemic

What's Left of the Pandemic

by Fabio Todesco

According to studies by Alessia Melegaro and her team as part of the IMMUNE project, some social effects of COVID are proving to be transient. Except for social interaction among people that remains low  

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Reducing Maternal Mortality by Fighting Corruption

Reducing Maternal Mortality by Fighting Corruption

by Fabio Todesco

A Dondena Centre study shows that the prevalence of bribery and the number of women's deaths during or following pregnancy and childbirth in SubSaharan Africa are correlated  

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Exposure to Images of Mafia Violence Increases Trust in the State

Exposure to Images of Mafia Violence Increases Trust in the State

by Fabio Todesco

An experimental study by Bocconi's CLEAN Unit highlights the counterintuitive impact of media narratives in shaping our attitudes towards crime and state authorities  

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What Persuades Us to Vaccinate Our Children

What Persuades Us to Vaccinate Our Children

by Fabio Todesco

An experiment conducted during the COVID pandemic highlights that parents' opinions are scarcely influenced by isolated information and altruistic arguments  

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News

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    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  

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    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  

  • A Doctorate to Succeed in Research

    The Bocconi PhD School presentation event introduced by Rector and Dean  

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Seminars

  • Francesco Decarolis - Competition in Digital Markets

    FRANCESCO DECAROLIS - Bocconi

    Alberto Alesina Seminar Room 5.e4.sr04, floor 5, Via Roentgen 1

  • Unsplittable Flow on a Path Joint work with Tobias Mömke and Andreas Wiese

    FABRIZIO GRANDONI - Istituto Dalle Molle di Studi sull'Intelligenza Artificiale

    Room 3-E4-SR03

  • Alessio Porretta: Mean Field Games Models of Knowledge-based Growth

    ALESSIO PORRETTA - University of Rome Tor Vergata

    Room 3-E4-SR03 (Rontgen)

  • 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