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SUSPENDED ACTIVITY FOR REGIONAL AND MINISTERIAL ORDINANCES

SUSPENDED ACTIVITY FOR REGIONAL AND MINISTERIAL ORDINANCES   Seminar: Andrea Incerpi on Do transport costs matter? Freights and the Italian foreign trade, 1862-1938 On February 26, 2020, 13.30-14.30, Dr. Andrea Incerpi (University of Insubria) will give a talk on “Do transport costs matter? Freights and the Italian foreign trade, 1862-1938”. Abstract Understanding determinants and dynamics of trade is a challenging […]

Timothy King

SUSPENDED ACTIVITY FOR REGIONAL AND MINISTERIAL ORDINANCES

SUSPENDED ACTIVITY FOR REGIONAL AND MINISTERIAL ORDINANCES   Seminar: Timothy King on A Safe Pair of Hands? CEO Career Experience and Risk-taking On February 26, 2020, 12.30-13.30, Dr. Timothy King (University of Kent) will give a talk on “A Safe Pair of Hands? CEO Career Experience and Risk-taking” (joint with Jens Hagendorff and Abhishek Srivastav).   Abstract We exploit the […]

SUSPENDED ACTIVITY FOR REGIONAL AND MINISTERIAL ORDINANCES

SUSPENDED ACTIVITY FOR REGIONAL AND MINISTERIAL ORDINANCES   Seminar: Michael Schlaile on “Memetics and evolutionary economics: Why we should take meme theory more seriously” On February 24, 2020, h. 13.00-14.00, Dr. Michael Schlaile (Universität Hohenheim) will give a talk on “Memetics and evolutionary economics: Why we should take meme theory more seriously”.   Abstract In this seminar, we will present the theoretical foundation […]

Seminar: Michael Schlaile (Universität Hohenheim), “Memetics and evolutionary economics: Why we should take meme theory more seriously”, 24 February, 13.00, Sala Consiglio

On February 24, 2020, h. 13.00-14.00, Dr. Michael Schlaile (Universität Hohenheim) will give a talk on “Memetics and evolutionary economics: Why we should take meme theory more seriously”. Abstract In this seminar, we will present the theoretical foundation of and a case for what we call economemetics. Economic theory in general but evolutionary economics in particular has suffered from what could be called […]

Timothy King

Seminar: Timothy King (University of Kent), “A Safe Pair of Hands? CEO Career Experience and Risk-taking”, 26 February, 12.30 Sala Consiglio

On February 26, 2020, 12.30-13.30, Dr. Timothy King (University of Kent) will give a talk on “A Safe Pair of Hands? CEO Career Experience and Risk-taking” (joint with Jens Hagendorff and Abhishek Srivastav). Abstract We exploit the staggered deregulation of interstate banking in the U.S. to show that CEOs who have gained career experience at multiple banks lead riskier banks. […]

Seminar: Andrea Incerpi (University of Insubria), "Do transport costs matter? Freights and the Italian foreign trade, 1862-1938", 26 February, 13.30 Sala Consiglio

On February 26, 2020, 13.30-14.30, Dr. Andrea Incerpi (University of Insubria) will give a talk on “Do transport costs matter? Freights and the Italian foreign trade, 1862-1938”. Abstract Understanding determinants and dynamics of trade is a challenging issue that committed economic historians starting from the 1930’s. Standard gravity models, exploited as the main econometric tool applied to international trade, only […]

Seminar: Samuele Centorrino on semiparametric estimation of correlated random coefficient models

Prof. Samuele Centorrino (Stony Brook University) will give a talk on “Two-Step Semiparametric Estimation of Correlated Random Coefficient Models” with A. Ullah. Abstract: We study control function identification and estimation of the average partial effect in a linear correlated random coefficient model with one continuous endogenous regressor. In some empirical applications, distinct channels generate correlation between regressors and random parameters. […]

Seminar: Samuele Centorrino (Stony Brook University), "Two-Step Semiparametric Estimation of Correlated Random Coefficient Models", 21 January, 14.30 Sala Consiglio

On January 21, 2020, 14.00, in Sala Consiglio, Prof. Samuele Centorrino (Stony Brook University) will give a talk on “Two-Step Semiparametric Estimation of Correlated Random Coefficient Models” with A. Ullah. Abstract: We study control function identification and estimation of the average partial effect in a linear correlated random coefficient model with one continuous endogenous regressor. In some empirical applications, distinct […]

Seminar: Valerio Sterzi on The impact of the abolishment of the professor’s privilege on European university-owned patents

On December 13, 2019, 11:30-12:30 – Sala Seminari, Prof. Valerio Sterzi (University of Bordeaux) will give a talk on “The impact of the abolishment of the professor’s privilege on European university-owned patents ” (joint with Catalina Martínez).   Abstract  Intellectual property regimes governing university inventions were quite diverse in Europe at the end of the 1990s. Several European countries maintained the […]

Seminar: Anne Plunket (Université Paris Sud), "Variety, dissimilarity and recombinant novelty: the interplay between local and extra-regional inventor networks", 16 December, 12.30 Sala Seminari

On December 16, 2019, 12:30-13:30 – Sala Seminari, Prof. Anne Plunket (Université Paris Sud) will give a talk on “Variety, dissimilarity and recombinant novelty: the interplay between local and extra-regional inventor networks”.

Seminar: Valerio Sterzi (University of Bordeaux), “The impact of the abolishment of the professor’s privilege on European university-owned patents ”, 13 December, 11.30 Sala Seminari

On December 13, 2019, 11:30-12:30 – Sala Seminari, Prof. Valerio Sterzi (University of Bordeaux) will give a talk on “The impact of the abolishment of the professor’s privilege on European university-owned patents ” (joint with Catalina Martínez). Abstract  Intellectual property regimes governing university inventions were quite diverse in Europe at the end of the 1990s. Several European countries maintained the so-called […]

Prof. Matthias Müller

Seminar: Matthias Müller on systemic interventions in regional innovation systems

Prof. Matthias Müller (Universität Hohenheim) will give a talk on “Systemic interventions in regional innovation systems: entrepreneurship, knowledge accumulation and regional innovation” with Andreas Pyka and Muhamed Kudic. Abstract: The paper employs a regional innovation system concept and divides system failures into three categories: institutional infrastructure, organizational landscape and structural connectedness. To analyze the economic effects of systemic interventions, it […]

Prof. Matthias Müller

Seminar: Matthias Müller (Universität Hohenheim), “Systemic interventions in regional innovation systems: entrepreneurship, knowledge accumulation and regional innovation”, 14 November, 13.00 Aula 13MTG

On November 14, 2019, 12.00-13.00, in Aula 13 MTG (Monte Generoso), Prof. Matthias Müller (Universität Hohenheim) will give a talk on “Systemic interventions in regional innovation systems: entrepreneurship, knowledge accumulation and regional innovation” with Andreas Pyka and Muhamed Kudic. Abstract: The paper employs a regional innovation system concept and divides system failures into three categories: institutional infrastructure, organizational landscape and […]

Prof. Matthias Müller

Seminar: Matthias Müller (Universität Hohenheim), “How is R&D collaboration affected by the structure of technological knowledge? Insights on knowledge discovery from an agent-based simulation approach”, 11 November, 15:45

On November 11, 2019, 15.45-16.45, in Aula 2 PM (Pad. Morselli), Prof. Matthias Müller (Universität Hohenheim) will give a talk on “How is R&D collaboration affected by the structure of technological knowledge? Insights on knowledge discovery from an agent-based simulation approach” with Muhamed Kudic and Ben Vermeulen. Abstract: This paper studies the impact of the structure of technological knowledge on […]