Structural Adjustment Programs Imposed by the IMF Slash Bureaucratic Quality in Developing Countries

Structural Adjustment Programs Imposed by the IMF Slash Bureaucratic Quality in Developing Countries

by Fabio Todesco

New research by Bocconi University's Alexander Kentikelenis and colleagues finds that structural reforms attached to IMF loans adversely affect the ability of states to effectively regulate the economy  

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In Hospitals, the Cure Is Age Management

In Hospitals, the Cure Is Age Management

by Claudio Todesco

Remodeling tasks and shifts of health personnel based on age also helps the organization function better. This is explained in a research paper by Marco Sartirana and colleagues

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Organizational Citizenship Behavior Can Hurt the Individual

Organizational Citizenship Behavior Can Hurt the Individual

by Claudio Todesco

Beneficial for the company, this practice has deleterious physical and psychological effects on workers, as a study by Massimo Magni explains

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Positive Leaders Increase Wellbeing in the Company

Positive Leaders Increase Wellbeing in the Company

by Claudio Todesco

Recognition of collaborators' qualities potential is among the qualities of the modern manager, as explained in a study by Gabriella Bagnato

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Parenting in the Age of Twitter

Parenting in the Age of Twitter

by Claudio Todesco

Individual wellbeing and parenting seen through the famous social network in a study by Letizia Mencarini

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A Journey into the Extended Family

A Journey into the Extended Family

by Claudio Todesco

What impact does the birth of a child have when one of the partners already has others from a previous relationship? The results of a research by Nicoletta Balbo

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Why Hong Kong, Japan and Iceland, and not Norway, Switzerland and Australia, Are the Best Countries for Human Development

Why Hong Kong, Japan and Iceland, and not Norway, Switzerland and Australia, Are the Best Countries for Human Development

by Fabio Todesco

A paper by Simone Ghislandi and colleagues proposes a simple Human Life Indicator, that overcomes some of the UN's Human Development Index limitations

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More Children for the Highly Educated: How Broadband Internet Creates a Digital Fertility Divide

More Children for the Highly Educated: How Broadband Internet Creates a Digital Fertility Divide

by Fabio Todesco

When broadband comes to town, flexible work is boosted and work life balance improves for educated women, who can choose to have more than one child, according to a study by Bocconi scholars

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Bocconi Gains an ERC Grant and a Professor of Computer Science

Bocconi Gains an ERC Grant and a Professor of Computer Science

by Fabio Todesco

Luca Trevisan, currently at UC Berkeley, will join Bocconi in September and will start his research project on spectral and optimization techniques

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News

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  • Cutting Edge Topics of Private Law

    On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the CLMG, a series of seminars will deal with digital transformation and Brexit  

  • Top Finance Scholars at Bocconi for the New Frontiers in Banking Conference

    The differences between the American and European systems and the new risks for banks are among the topics of the event, in collaboration with The Review of Financial Studies. Gary Gorton is the keynote speaker  

  • More than 100 Universities to Recruit European Economists in Naples

    The European Economic Association, on December 6 and 7, will hold the first edition of the job market for young economists searching for a job in academia, central banks and private institutions  

  • The Future of Energy Is Green

    A new research center has been created that will combine the expertise of CERTET and IEFE. Marco Percoco is the new director  

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  • Oligopolistic Price Discrimination: Market Power and Dispersion of Offers
    Economic Theory, Decision Theory and Experimental Economics

    Renato Gomes (Toulouse School of Economics)

    Meeting room 3.e4.sr03 ' Via Roentgen, 1

  • Sparse Time - Varying Parameter Models - Achieving Shrinkage and Variable Selection
    Statistics

    Sylvia Frühwirth-Schnatter (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Vienna)  

    Meeting room 3.e4.sr03 ' Via Roentgen, 1

  • Mismatch Cycles
    Macroeconomics

    Robert Ulbricht (Toulouse School of Economics)

    Seminar Room 5.e4.sr04 - Via Roentgen 1

  • Impression Management In the Digital Age

    LESLIE JOHN,' Harvard Business School

    Meeting Room 4-E4-SR03, Via Roentgen 1, 4th floor