Policy Seminars

UPCOMING

ROOM N04- VELODROMO BUILDING
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Industrial Policy and the Italian South: Back to the Future?

Past events

Velodromo Building- room N01
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Italy's PNRR: Where do we Stand?
Velodromo Building - room N05
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Fiscal Conditions Around the World: Updates from the IMF Fiscal Monitor
Room N04 - Velodromo Building
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Rethinking Monetary Policy?
room N06, Velodromo Building
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Energy markets in the turmoil: causes and policy options
Webinar on Zoom
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The War Economy in Ukraine
Room 302, Sarfatti Building
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Government Turnover, State Capacity, and the Implementation of Italy's PNRR
Velodrome Building - Room N02
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Presentation of John List's New Book: "The Voltage Effect"
Policy seminars archive
  • May 20th, 2022, 10:30 am - Sarfatti Building - Room 11

    Competition Economics in the Digital Age: Privacy Protection & Antitrust

    -speakers: Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon, Antonio Buttà (AGCM), and Steve Tadelis, Berkeley
    -moderator: Francesco Decarolis, IGIER-Bocconi

  • May 5th, 2022, 5:30 pm - Sarfatti Building - Room 11

    Two Paths to Prosperity: Culture and Institutions in Europe and China, 1200-2000

    -speakers: Joel Mokyr, Northwestern, and Guido Tabellini, IGIER-Bocconi
    -discussants: Gerard Roland, Berkeley, and Joachim Voth, Zurich
    -moderator: Guido Alfani, IGIER-Bocconi
     

  • April 4th, 2022, 6:00 pm - online*

    The War in Ukraine

    -Sergei Guriev, Sciences Po, will describe the situation in Russia
    -Michael McFaul, former US Ambassador in Russia, now at Stanford, will offer a perspective on geopolitics/international relations
    -Massimo Morelli, IGIER Bocconi, will moderate the event

    SEMINAR RECORDING - WATCH HERE
  • March 17th, 2022, 5:30 pm - online*

    Wealth Inequality and Wealth Taxation

    -speaker: Emmanuel Saez, Berkeley
    -discussants: Vincenzo Visco, NENS, and Tito Boeri, IGIER Bocconi
    -moderator: Nicola Pavoni, IGIER Bocconi

    SEMINAR RECORDING - WATCH HERE

  • February 17th, 2022, 5:30 pm - online*

    The Man Inside. A European Journey through Two Crises

    - Welcome remarks: Mario Monti
    - Speaker: Marko Buti, European Commission
    - Discussants: Daniel Gros, CEPS, and Elena Carletti, IGIER-Bocconi
    - Moderator: Franco Bruni, Bocconi

    SEMINAR RECORDING - WATCH HERE
  • December 1st, 2021, 5:30 pm – online*

    Work and Cities in the Post Covid World

    - Nicholas Bloom, Stanford, will present a sanguine view of remote work
    - Edward Glaeser, Harvard, will present a more cautionary view, also drawing on his recent book with Cutler on cities
    - Jérome Adda, IGIER Bocconi, will moderate the event


    SEMINAR RECORDING - WATCH HERE
     
  • November 8th, 2021, 6 pm – online*

    Monetary Policy in Times of Crisis

    - Massimo Rostagno, ECB ,will present his book, from which the seminar title is borrowed
    - Ricardo Reis, LSE, will discuss the book
    - Tommaso Monacelli, IGIER Bocconi, will moderate the event

    SEMINAR RECORDING - WATCH HERE
      

 *The event will take place in Zoom, the link to the webinar room is provided in due time.