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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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  • Dino Gerardi

    studies how institutions affect social and economic outcomes and how to design them in order to achieve well-defined objectives. His interests range from bargaining to voting to communication.

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    Dino Gerardi
  • Julyan Arbel

    Julyan's research concentrates on the asymptotic aspects of Bayesian nonparametric models, their covariate dependent extensions, and their applications (e.g. to ecology)

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    Julyan Arbel
  • Pierluigi Conzo

    has worked in development and experimental economics through field studies in developing countries (Argentina, Kenya, Thailand and Sri Lanka) concerning microfinance, fair trade, natural and political shocks and social preferences. His research currently focuses on the empirical analysis of institutional and cultural determinants of subjective well-being

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    Pierluigi Conzo
  • Tiziana Nazio

    highlights that women's careers are tied to couples' fertility choices in a way that men's are not, that the choice to cohabit instead of marrying is "contagious" in that is (also) influenced by what other people do, and that cohabitation (instead of marriage) does not seem to undermine intergenerational relationships.

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    Tiziana Nazio
  • Francesco Quatraro

    studies the determinants and effects of innovation, with particular focus on green technologies, regional dynamics and smart specialization strategies.

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    Francesco Quatraro

22 Aug - 27 Aug 2016

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