PODCAST Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence has been the stuff of science fiction for a long time. But what does “Artificial Intelligence” actually mean in today’s world? Do we really face a future in which machines may turn on us? With Riccardo Zecchina, Vodafone Chair in Machine Learning and Data Science at Bocconi.
How did Brexit happen? Why have negotiations with the European Union been so bumpy? And, more importantly, can either party claim to have had the upper hand? Eleanor Spaventa, professor of European Union law at Bocconi, lines up the facts and provides a rare balanced view on such a hotly contested topic.
PODCAST Decision making
Entrepreneurs who behave like scientists achieve better results. Success in business is all about having the right intuition and making good predictions, and you get the best predictions if you adopt a scientific approach.
PODCAST Media and Development
People do not like to be told what to do, so how do you bring about social change in developing countries? Media and edutainment could be the solution, according to recent, rigorous research. A scientific approach to fighting poverty can yield impressive results, both as a way of efficiently allocating scarce resources and as a tool for determining what policies are most effective.
Our life is increasingly influenced by algorithms, which decide not just what comes on top of every Google search but also many other things you don't even know. An algorithm is neither good nor bad in itself, but telling a machine how to perform certain functions is riddled with pitfalls which can result in very undesirable consequences.
Populism has been challenging the established political order in many ways. Yet the pandemic has exposed some of the inconsistencies of populist leaders, prompting some analysts to predict the imminent demise of this trend in its current form. But things aren't quite so simple.
Markups and Inequality
Macroeconomics - Joint with CREI-UPF
Corina Boar (New York University) Paper
TRADE RULES AND STATE INTERVENTION IN THE ECONOMY IN THE COVID ERA
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS LEONARDO BORLINI, Associate Professor of International Law at Bocconi University SPEAKERS ELEANOR FOX, Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation at New York University School of Law MITSUO MATSUSHITA, Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University, Former Member of the WTO Appellate Body AYA LINO, Associate Professor at Nihon University, College of Commerce, Tokyo THOMAS J. SCHOENBAUM, Shefelman Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Washington School of Law CONCLUDING REMARKS GIORGIO SACERDOTI Professor Emeritus at Bocconi University and Former Member and Chair of the WTO Appellate Body Registration online is not required. Link di collegamento
Reputational Bargaining with Ultimatum Opportunities
Theory and Experiments Series
Mehmet Ekmekci, Boston College
Facing Crisis? Art as politics in fourteenth-century Venice
Stefania Gerevini, Bocconi University