People Continue to Matter, as Accounting Evolves

People Continue to Matter, as Accounting Evolves

by Giulia Sargiacomo

Annita Florou investigates the impact of auditors' university education and how stricter regulation in the EU and State ownership in China affect the auditing profession  

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How to Nurture an Innovative Business Ecosystem

How to Nurture an Innovative Business Ecosystem

by Andrea Costa

Claudio Panico and Carmelo Cennamo explain that recognizing the needs of different parties and adjusting to a platform ecosystem's evolutionary stage is central to its healthy development

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Disability: How Social Sciences Can Help

Disability: How Social Sciences Can Help

by Fabio Todesco

On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3, Nicoletta Balbo explains how social sciences can help improve their lives

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If You Can Imagine It, You Can Do It

If You Can Imagine It, You Can Do It

by Fabio Todesco

Scenario visualization exercises can make business training more effective, especially for women, vulnerable populations, and people who have suffered trauma, according to research by LEAP scholar Alexia Delfino

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Revealing Advertising Expenditures Can Be an Advantage

Revealing Advertising Expenditures Can Be an Advantage

by Andrea Costa

According to a new paper by Sungkyun Moon and others, disclosing ad spending lowers uncertainty about a firm's future performance

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Bocconi Nets Nearly Six Million Euros in European Research Funding

Bocconi Nets Nearly Six Million Euros in European Research Funding

by Fabio Todesco

Four scholars in sociology, statistics, finance and mathematics have been awarded as many Starting Grants from the European Research Council. This is the result of these last years' investments on promising young people, says Rector Francesco Billari

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How Families Are Affected by a Disabled Child

How Families Are Affected by a Disabled Child

by Fabio Todesco

Nicoletta Balbo has been funded by the European Research Council to better understand how a child disability shapes family members' health and their social, demographic, and economic trajectories

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Scaling up Data Science: Turning an Art into Science

Scaling up Data Science: Turning an Art into Science

by Fabio Todesco

Giacomo Zanella has been financed by the European Research Council to better understand, and develop, computational algorithms for largescale probabilistic models

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The Hidden Workings of Overlooked OTC Markets

The Hidden Workings of Overlooked OTC Markets

by Fabio Todesco

Ninety percent of financial assets trade in Over the Counter markets. Florian Nagler obtained an ERC Grant to shed light on them

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News

  • Four Threats to European Banks in 2023

    Andrea Resti describes the various occurrences that may impair Euro area lenders' sustainability in the near future  

  • Monitor for Circular Fashion Launches Eight Pilot Tests

    In the 2022 report of the observatory by SDA Bocconi School of Management and powered by Enel X, the analysis of sustainability indicators in the textile sector is applied to eight innovative prototypes made by partner companies. From organic cotton jeans to a tshirt that can be repaired, a bag that can be recycled, and a shoe that can be sewn at home  

  • Cybersecuring a Country… with a Podcast

    Greta Nasi hosts a series of talks about how modern states aim to protect individuals, firms and society against an invisible enemy  

  • Emotions as a Tool to Persuade People to Get Vaccinated

    Instead of overdoing confusion inducing technical details, a study by Maria Cucciniello and coauthors emphasizes the usefulness of more emotionally centered communication  

  • New Bocconi PhD Graduates Eye Academic Careers

    Four young Bocconi doctorate holders in Business Administration and Management have started their selection process  

  • The Pandemic Experience, Rules and Inequality

    Halfway between personal account and legal reflection, an article by Lorenzo Gasbarri describes the Covid experience between Italy and Guatemala  

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Seminars

  • CAMBI Workshop: Computational Aspects and Modeling of Biological Information
    CAMBI Workshop: Computational Aspects and Modeling of Biological Information

    NICOLAS BRUNEL - Duke University
    PAN ZHANG - Chinese Academy of Sciences
    FRANCESCO ZAMPONI - Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris
    LENKA ZDEBOROVA - EPFL, Lausanne
    YASSER ROUDI - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
    SIMONA COCCO - Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris
    FRANCESCA BUFFA - Università Bocconi
    PAOLO DE LOS RIOS - EPFL, Lausanne
    REMI MONASSON - Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris
    MARC MEZARD - Università Bocconi
    ALEJANDRO LAGE CASTELLANO - University of Havana
    GUIDO TIANA - University of Milan
    ANNE FLORENCE BITBOL - EPFL, Lausanne
    JOHN BARTON - University of Pittsburgh
    SEBASTIAN GOLDT - SISSA Trieste

    Aula N03 - Velodromo

  • Rachel Griffith: Soft Skills and the Wage Progression of Low-Skilled Workers

    RACHEL GRIFFITH - University of Machester and IFS

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

  • How Strong Are International Standards in Practice? Evidence from Cryptocurrency Transactions

    KAREN NERSHI - Stanford

    Room 2-E4-Sr03 - Via Roentgen, 1, II floor

  • Nicola Gennaioli: How People Use Statistics

    NICOLA GENNAIOLI - Università Bocconi

    Alberto Alesina seminar Room, 5-e4-sr04