Algorithms, Data, and New Research Questions on Prediction and Causality
Giovedì 28.06 Campus Luigi Einaudi, AULA H2
Lungo Dora Siena 100A, Torino
Anna Rosso, UNIMI: “Innovative events”
Matteo Pelagatti, BICOCCA: “Estimating high dimensional stochastic volatility models”
La formazione: Il panorama corsi di laurea e master
Pietro Battiston, BICOCCA: “Using Big Data to Predict Tax Behavior”
Francesco Rentocchini, UNIMI: “DEMM meets the Big D research funding at the University of Milan”
Brainstorming: Nuovi strumenti o nuove domande di ricerca?
Magda Fontana e Fabio Montobbio, UNITO e CATTOLICA: “Bridges over troubled waters: a reassement of interdisciplinarity, novelty, and impact”
Paolo Brunori, UNIFI: “The Roots of Inequality. Estimating Inequality of Opportunity from Regression Trees”
Massimiliano Nuccio, UNITO: “Topic Modelling and Evolution of Economics”
15.30-16.30 Conclusioni: idee e opportunità di collaborazione sulla didattica e la ricerca.
La partecipazione è gratuita e aperta al pubblico previa registrazione gratuita al seguente link: https://tinyurl.com/datascience28giugno
Within the 2017/18 Economics Seminar Series, Andrea Presbitero (International Monetary Fund and MoFiR) will give a seminar titled “Negative Policy Rates and Bank Asset Allocation: Evidence from the Italian Credit and Security Registers”.
The seminar will be held on Wednesday, Wednesday 27th June at 12.00 pm in the Seminar Room of the Department of Economics, Management and Statistics, Building U7, second floor, room 2104 .
Venerdì 22 Giugno 2018, ore 10.00
Auditorium G.Martinotti (Edificio U12) – Via Vizzola 5, Milano
The University of Milano-Bicocca will host the 35th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE) on September 20-22, 2018.
Website of the event
The workshop will take place at University of Milano-Bicocca on 3-5 september 2018
The subjective approach to probability has historically had great importance in the comprehension of uncertainty phenomena, as witnessed by the works of de Finetti, Dubins, Savage and of too many other scholars to mention explicitly.
Although mostly superseded by the axiomatic setting inaugurated by Kolmogoroff, the subjective approach is common to all those studies in which probability is not taken as an assumption but rather as part of the solution to specific mathematical problems in statistics, gambling, game theory, economics.
In organizing this meeting we aim at putting together researchers who, each in his own field, share such fundamental view and at bringing to the general attention the work done so far and the great future potential.
The Mathematics of Subjective Probability‘ workshop — hopefully only a first event of a future series — welcomes all mathematicians who are interested in the topic.