Workshop on Stochastic Games with Partial and Asymmetric Information
"On legal bubbles. Some thoughts on legal shockwaves at the core of the digital economy"
joint with Department of Economics and Statistics “Cognetti de Martiis”
Gianluca Violante, Princeton University
"Preferred and Non-Preferred Creditors"
"Essential and Exploited: Seasonal Migrant Farmworkers in Germany during Covid-19"
Special event of the Colloquia on Science Diplomacy, organized by Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, in collaboration with Fondazione "I Lincei per la Scuola", Fondazione Agnelli, Fondazione Collegio Carlo Alberto, Istituto Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani. Atoms for Peace and Development Science and Technology for a Better and Safer World with H.E. Rafael Mariano Grossi, Director…
Milo Bianchi (Toulouse School of Economics) ; Marie Brière (Amundi) Abstract: In the first part of the lecture, we provide an overview of some of the key reasons behind the academic and industry interest in robo-advisors, highlighting how robo-advice could potentially address some fundamental problems in investors' decision making as well as in traditional…
NASP – CCA Days 2021: Frontiers of Methods in Social and Political Sciences NASP - CCA Days is jointly organised by the Collegio Carlo Alberto and the Ph.D. programs in Economic Sociology and Labour Studies (ESLS) and Political Studies (POLS) at the University of Milan. Its aim is twofold. First, it offers NASP students training on the frontier of…
“SOEs in multilateral trade regulation”
The workshop brings together microeconomic theorists from around the world. The focus is on how information shapes agents' incentives in dynamic settings.
Online workshop organized by Fondazione Collegio Carlo Alberto "Has Covid-19 wounded interpersonal trust? Six papers in search of an answer" Presenters: Pierluigi Conzo et al. (CCA, Unito) Gianmarco Daniele & Francesco Passarelli (Bocconi, Unito) Sergio Loiacono et al. (Utrecht) Moreno Mancosu et. al (CCA, Unito) Dag Wollebaek (Institute for Social Research, Oslo) Organisers: Diego Gambetta…
Matteo Maggiori, Stanford Graduate School of Business
"Cancelled: Conformity or Silence?"