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Carlo Alberto Medal Nominations in Progress!

Until March 13, we welcome nominations for the 2017 Carlo Alberto Medal.

Please contact medalcoordinator@carloalberto.org if you are interested in submitting a nomination.

 

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THE COLLEGIO

The Collegio Carlo Alberto is a joint venture of the Compagnia di San Paolo and the University of Torino. Its mission is to foster research and education in the social sciences.

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RESEARCH PROFILES

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  • Moreno Mancosu

    Moreno studies mechanisms of change and stability in social and political networks, with particular reference to processes of diffusion of innovative behaviors.

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    Moreno Mancosu
  • Elisa Luciano

    has just finished, together with Bernard Dumas, an MIT-press book on the Economics of Continuous-time Finance. Her current research is on the role of intermediaries and institutional investors in asset pricing, in the presence of "imperfections" such as heterogeneous beliefs.

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    Elisa Luciano
  • Ugo Mattei

    Mattei’s research is highly interdisciplinary, and based on a bottom-up approach: among his works are both influential academic monographs on comparative law, international law and legal theory, alongside a number of books for the general public, which criticize the public role of the law, and argue for its re-orientation towards the paradigm of the commons.

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    Ugo Mattei
  • Alessandro Sembenelli

    applies micro-econometric methods to the analysis of public policies and their effects on firms' economic decisions.

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    Alessandro Sembenelli
  • Edoardo Grillo

    studies environments in which information transmission can take place thanks to the effect that communication has on uninformed agents’ expectations and, consequently, on their future preferences

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    Edoardo Grillo

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