The DEMS intends to be a reference point for researchers of socio-economic phenomena in the context of economics, economic history and management. It is also characterized by the interest in methodological and applied statistics, a fundamental tool for socio-economic analysis. The academic staff of the Department is grouped in the following sections: Economics, Management (ISTEI), Statistics and Economic and Social History.
- “Multinational Banks and Supranational Supervision” by Giacomo Calzolari (University of Bologna), 21/02/2018, h. 12.00
- DEMS Seminars 2017/2018
- “Post-Cartel Tacit Collusion: Determinants, Consequences, and Prevention”, by Subhasish M. Chowdhury (University of East Anglia), 14/02/2018, h. 12.00
- “Selection and knowledge fit – productivity gains from employee mobility”, by Karin Hoisl (University of Mannheim and Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition), 7/2/2018, h. 12.00
- “Advances in Macroeconometric Modelling”, by Professor Sir David Hendry (University of Oxford), 31/01/2018, h. 12.00