Most Read Stories in the First Half of 2022
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Most Read Stories in the First Half of 2022

IN CASE YOU MISSED THEM, HERE IS A RECAP OF THE MOST READ STORIES IN THE FIRST SEMESTER OF 2022

In case you missed out, here are (in random order) the top ten most-read research stories on Bocconi Knowledge in the first half of 2022!
 
The list will whet the appetite of all curious minds with stories about impactful research.

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Link to related stories. Image: sick people in hospital. Story headline: The Social Effects of the Spanish Flu Link to related stories. Image: photo of professor Haroun Rahimi. Story headline: The Afghan Professor Who Finds a Place in the World Helping His People Link to related stories. Image: an illustration showing an X drawn on a group of managers and a pyramid. Story headline: Who Dreams of Working for a Bossless Company?
Link to related stories. Image: a hand making a chess move. Story headline: Unexpected Moves Are the Most Interesting Link to related stories. Image: a photo of Alberto Alesina. Story headline: Alberto Alesina, the Scientist Who Ensured Long Life to Economics Link to related stories. Image: an illustration showing a couple, a computer, a happiness meter and some cracks. Story headline: Machine Learning to Predict If You'll Leave Your Partner
Link to related stories. Image: photo of Oriana Ciani. Story headline: Artificial Intelligence to Help Breast Cancer Patients Link to related stories. Image: an archive. Story headline: Why We Should Showcase Research Without Significant Results Link to related stories. Image: an illustration showing two women, a world map, a flag of china and a flag of Italy. Story headline: The Corruption Gender Gap: Female Officials Fall into Temptation Less Often
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Seminars

  • ELLIS@Milan Artificial Intelligence workshop

    GABOR LUGOSI - Department of Economics, Pompeu Fabra University
    RICARDO BAEZA-YATES - Khoury College of Computer Sciences Northeastern University
    NOAM NISAN - School of Computer Science and Engineering, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    MICHAL VALKO - Institut national de recherche en sciences et technologies du numérique

    AS02 DEUTSCHE BANK - Roentgen building

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    ANDREW KING - Questrom School of Business

    Meeting room 4E4SR03 (Roentgen) 4