Events

7 Jun 2017

Internal seminar - Party ideology and policies - Giorgio Gulino

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

6 Jun 2017

Research seminar - Multilateral and Costly Linkages between Emissions Trading Systems - Luca Taschini (London School of Economics)

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

1 Jun 2017 4 Jun 2017

Festival of Economics - Trento

31 May 2017

Internal seminar - Women’s career choices, social norms and child care policies - Francesca Barigozzi

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

30 May 2017

Research seminar - Arbitrary Stereotypes Cause Gender Segregation in Labor Markets - Ernesto Reuben (New York University)

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

26 May 2017 27 May 2017

European Workshop on Experimental and Behavioral Economics (EWEBE) 2017

Sala Jacopo da Bertinoro, CEUB - Bertinoro Via Aldruda Frangipane 6

24 May 2017

Internal seminar - Opening the black box of dual-self models - Daniele Pennesi

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

23 May 2017

Research seminar - The Value of Relational Adaptation in Outsourcing: Evidence from the 2008 Shock to the US Airline Industry - Giorgio Zanarone (CUNEF Madrid)

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

18 May 2017

Research seminar - Effect of Parental Job Loss on Child School Dropout: Evidence from the Occupied Palestinian Territories - Roberto Nisticò (University of Naples Federico II)

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

17 May 2017

Internal seminar - Historical Roots of Preferences over Political Regimes: Monarchy vs. Republic in 1946 Italy - Sara Lazzaroni

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

16 May 2017

Research seminar - Regulating Cancellation Rights with Consumer Experimentation - Roman Inderst (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Seminar Room (Piazza Scaravilli 2)

11 May 2017 12 May 2017

REStud Tour 2017 - The Review of Economic Studies May Meetings

Giorgio Prodi lecture hall - Piazza San Giovanni in Monte 2

The Review of Economic Studies May Meetings have been held annually in May since 1989. Every year, in line with the Review’s tradition of encouraging the work of young economists, eight of the most promising graduating doctoral students in economics and finance in the world are selected to present their research to audiences in Europe. The meetings take place at the economics departments or institutes of three or four universities across Europe. Standard seminar presentations are given over two days to audiences invited by the local hosts and which include members of the journal’s editorial board.

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