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The Collegio Carlo Alberto has moved to downtown Turin.

The new location is in Piazza Arbarello, 8.

Opening of the 2017-18 Academic Year: November 3, 2017. The Inauguration Lecture will be delivered by Elhanan Helpman.

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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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  • Luca Gambetti

    His research focuses on empirical macroeconomics. In his recent papers, Luca has studied the effects of policy shocks and the sources of business cycle fluctuations. Also he works on new econometric methodologies fo macroeconomic analysis.

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    Luca Gambetti
  • Francesco Devicienti

    investigates the impact of collective bargaining on wages and performance. He has also focused on the dynamics of poverty and social exclusion, the effects of temporary jobs, and decomposition methods for the analysis of wage distributions.

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    Francesco Devicienti
  • 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
  • Matteo Luppi

    Matteo focuses on the ageing process of the European population and its consequences at family, individual and national level, investigating the socio-economic conditions of the individuals involved in this process.

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    Matteo Luppi
  • Andrea Gallice

    investigates the (in)efficiency of some innovative selling mechanisms (e.g. pay-per-bid auctions), as well as the costs and benefits of conflicting information in competitive situations in which one's actions are meant to convey a message to the competitors.

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    Andrea Gallice

WORKING PAPERS

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16 Oct - 21 Oct 2017

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