Events

 

Two lectures for PhD and Master Students

David Rigby (UCLA & Visiting Professor @UniCa)

“Agglomeration economies: definitions and measures” Friday, 28/02/2020 h. 12-14
“Evolutionary economic geography: concepts and challenges” Wednesday, 4/02/2020 h. 15-17
Attending the lectures and writing a short essay obout one of the topic covered in the mini-course will guarantee students the assignment of 1 CFU.

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  prof David Rigby, UCLA

Department Seminar – 18/02/2020 – h.12.20 (Aula SIG_SA – Anfiteatro)

David Rigby (UCLA & Visiting Professor @UniCa)

Do EU Regions benefit from smart specialization?

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Department Seminar – 13/02/2020 – h.11.00 (Aula Magna “Baffi Building”)

Roberto Giuntini (UniCa, Accademia dei Lincei, President of the Società Italiana di Logica e Filosofia delle Scienze)

“Approccio Quantistico al Machine Learning

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Department Seminar – 17/01/2020 – h.12.20 (Aula Magna “Baffi Building”)

Antonio Di Paolo (AQR-IREA e Universitat de Barcelona)

Linguistic skills and the intergenerational transmission of language

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Department Seminar – 13/12/2019 – h.12.20 (Room 11bis)

Dr. Claudio Deiana (UniCa)

Much Ado About Nothing? The Socio-Economic Impact of Hosting Refugee Centres in Italy

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Department Seminar – 06/12/2019 – h.12.00 (Aula 11 – Baffi)

Dr. Claudio Columbano (Istituto de Empresa, IE Business School – Madrid)

“When do governments disclose, and when do they ‘go dark’? Evidence on governments’ guidance transparency in the presence of a mandatory guidance regime”

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Department Seminar – 27/11/2019 – h.14.30 (Aula Magna – Baffi)

Prof. Stephanie Decker (Aston Business School – University of Birmingham)

“Using Historical methods in Management & organization studies”  (Slides)

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