Bocconi Committed to Research Projects of National Interest
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Bocconi Committed to Research Projects of National Interest

A POSITIVE RESULT WITH 44 APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED, FUNDED TO THE TUNE OF NEARLY 4 MILLION EUROS

The Italian Ministry of University and Research has published the list of projects funded under the 2022 call for proposals of the “Research Projects of Significant National Interest Program” (PRIN). Bocconi was awarded funding for 44 projects out of 59 submitted, for a total amount of 3,933,662 euros.
 
The PRIN program is designed to fund public research projects in order to promote the national research system, strengthen interactions between universities and research institutions and encourage Italian participation in initiatives related to the European Framework Programs for Research and Innovation.
 
It is necessary to keep in mind that for this edition the allocation criteria have been completely revised, in line with the objectives outlined by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR). This overhaul resulted in a considerable increase in the number of approved projects, albeit with a reduction in the average amounts funded. It is therefore obviously not possible to make comparisons with previous years.
 
The designated investigators of funded projects, by research center, are Stefania Gerevini and Lillà Montagnani (ASK), Jan Bakker, Max Croce, Massimiliano Marcellino, Massimo Morelli, Paolo Pinotti, Oreste Pollicino and Claudio Tebaldi (Baffi), Carlo Baldassi, Andrea Celli, Angelo Ditillo, Daniele Durante, Antonio Lijoi, Carlo Lucibello, Enrico Malatesta, Giuseppe Savarè, Qiaoni Shi, Luca Saglietti (BIDSA), Grace Ballor, Alessandra Casarico, Andrea Colli, Maria Cucciniello, Mattia Fochesato, Vincenzo Galasso, Letizia Mencarini, Paola Profeta (Dondena), Fabrizio Fracchia (GREEN), Stefano Breschi and Anne Jacqueminet (ICRIOS), Tito Boeri, Francesco Decarolis, Tagren Feng, Nicola Gennaioli, Nicola Limodio, Marco Ottaviani, Nicola Pavoni and Mara Squicciarini (IGIER), Stefano Fiorin (LEAP) and Maurizio Dallocchio (SDA Bocconi). Damiano Canale, Melissa Miedico, Pietro Sirena and Giovanni Strampelli, who are not affiliated with a specific research center, are in charge of the remaining projects.
 

by Andrea Costa
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