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Upcoming Bocconi Seminars

Week of November 29 - December 5, 2021

Monday, November 29

10:00
13:00

Webinar

GREEN

SMART CITY OBSERVATORY WEBINAR

Smart cities in times of resilience

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12:30
13:45

Room AS02, Via Roentgen 1 (floor -2)

Department of Economics

Applied Microeconomics

Non-Stationary Search and Assortative Matching: TU and NTU

Nicolas Bonneton (University of Mannheim)

12:45
14:00

Zoom webinar

DONDENA

Automation risk and political preferences before and after the pandemic

Aina Gallego (Universitat de Barcelona & IBEI)

Tuesday, November 30

10:20
11:30

Room 3-E4-SR03

Department of Decision Sciences

Optimization of Concave Energy Functionals on Networks

Andrea Marchese (University of Trento)

12:45
14:00

Hybrid mode (Zoom - room 5E4-SR04, fifth floor Roentgen building)

Covid Crisis Lab

Covid Crisis Lab Seminar Series

How sad are we? Tracking public emotions and sentiments through the Covid-19 emergency on Italian social media

Prof. Dirk Hovy, Bocconi University
Zoom link
To attend in person and for further information, please contact covidcrisislab@unibocconi.it

12:45
14:00

Seminar room 3-e4sr03 (Roentgen 3rd floor)

Department of Economics / Department of Decision Sciences

Theory & Experiments Seminar Series

A Network Solution to Robust Implementation: the Case of Identical but Unknown Distributions

Mariann Ollàr, University of Edinburgh
paper

16:00
17:00

Zoom webinar

DONDENA

AXA GENDER LAB SEMINARS: The Old Boys' Club: Schmoozing and the Gender Gap

Zoe Cullen (Harvard Business School)

Wednesday, December 1

12:30
13:30

Webinar

Department of Finance / BAFFI CAREFIN

Potential and the Gender Promotion Gap

Kelly Shue, Yale
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12:45
14:00

Room 3b3sr01 - Roentgen 1 (Hybrid)

Department of Social and Political Sciences

SPS Seminar Series Fall 2021

America's Contested Democratic Creed

Milan Svolik, Yale University
 
For information: franca.assirelli@unibocconi.it

17:30
19:00

Zoom Meeting

IGIER

IGIER Policy Seminar

Work and Cities in the Post Covid World

Nicholas Bloom (Stanford) will present a sanguine view of remote work, Edward Glaeser (Harvard) will present a more cautionary view, also drawing on his recent book with Cutler on cities, Jérome Adda (IGIER Bocconi) will moderate the event  The event will take place in Zoom at the following link.   For any further info: igier@unibocconi.it The event may be recorded and published online. By partecipanting you consent to the terms in our Privacy Policy.

18:00
19:00

Zoom

BIDSA

DMI Talk Series

AI & Social Manipulation

Emilio Ferrara, University of Southern California
Zoom link
For further information, please contact dmi@unibocconi.it

Thursday, December 2

12:00
13:00

3-E4-SR03 Via Roentgen 1, 3 floor

Department of Decision Sciences

Monte Carlo integration with repulsive point processes

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Remi Bardenet,  CNRS & CRIStAL, University of Lille

12:30
13:45

Seminar Room AS01, Via Roentgen 1 (floor -2)

Department of Economics / BAFFI CAREFIN

Macroeconomics

Growth and the Fragmentation of Production

Johannes Boehm (Sciences Po)
Abstract

12:45
14:00

Room N11 - Piazza Sraffa 13

Department of Social and Political Sciences

Fiscal Legibility and State Development: Theory and Evidence from Colonial Mexico

Francisco Garfias, UCSD
Special Seminar

15:00
16:15

5-b3-sr01, 5th floor, Roentgen building

Department of Accounting

Accounting Department seminar with Prof. BEATRIZ GARCIA OSMA

BEATRIZ GARCIA OSMA, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Friday, December 3

09:30
13:00

Webinar

Department of Legal Studies

Labour Law

Privacy@Work

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9:30am Welcome Pietro Sirena, Bocconi University
9:40am Introduction Elena Gramano, Bocconi University
9:50am Presentations Marta Otto, University of Lodz and Rüdiger Krause, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
10:30-11:00am Break
11:30am Presentations Mia Catharina Eklund, University of Helsinki and Gyulavari Tamas, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest
11:40am Discussion and debate coordinated by David Mangan, Maynooth University
12:30pm Closing remarks Frank Hendrickx, KU Leuven
 
Online registration required
https://eventi.unibocconi.it/index.php?key=ev2021110072

12:30
13:45

Room 3-E4-SR03

Department of Decision Sciences

Interpolation and learning with scale dependent kernels

Lorenzo Rosasco (University of Genova)