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OECD Environmental Outlook to 2050

 

The Consequences of Inaction

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Rapporto sullo Sviluppo Umano 2015 di UNDP

 

Work for Human Development

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Rapporto Bes 2015

 

Il benessere equo e sostenibile in Italia

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The Least Developed Countries Report 2014

 

Growth with structural transformation: A post-2015 developement agenda

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World Report on Child Labour 2015

 

Paving the way to decent work for young people

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COP 21/CMP 11

 

United Nations Climate Change Conference
30 November-11 December 2015.

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OECD Economic Outlook

 

Volume 2014 Issue 1

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Computer security

 

The law and unintended consequences
The perils of deliberately sabotaging security

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World Bank

 

Global Economic Prospects - January 2015
Having Fiscal Space and Using It

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Lettera aperta: Il Nuovo Rinascimento Italiano

 

Salute dell'uomo e dell'ambiente per uno sviluppo economico ecosostenibile.

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IZA/OECD/World Bank/UCW Workshop on Job Quality in Post-transition, Emerging and Developing Countries
IZA/OECD/World Bank/UCW Workshop on Job Quality in Post-transition, Emerging and Developing Countries

CALL FOR PAPERS

Rome, Italy
October 13th -14th, 2016
 

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TRANSFORMING THE BIOECONOMY: BEHAVIOR, INNOVATION AND SCIENCE
TRANSFORMING THE BIOECONOMY: BEHAVIOR, INNOVATION AND SCIENCE

CALL FOR PAPERS
20th ICABR Conference

Transforming the Bioeconomy: Behavior, Innovation and Science

Ravello (Amalfi Coast – Italy)
June 26–29, 2016

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International Development Workshop
International Development Workshop

CALL FOR PAPERS

International Development Workshop

June 28th, 2016 in Ravello

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American-European Health Economics Study Group
American-European Health Economics Study Group

Call for Paper
Theme: Health Economics and Policy

New deadline for paper submissions: 29 February, 2016

Rome, 19-20 July, 2016, Villa Mondragone

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Four post-doc positions in international development economics at CERDI
Four post-doc positions in international development economics at CERDI

The CERDI, the French research center of the University of Auvergne and the CNRS that is devoted to the study of development economics, is soliciting applications for four twoyear full-time post-doctoral positions (starting in June or September 2016) described below.

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Il Nuovo Rinascimento Italiano

Salute dell’uomo e dell’ambiente per uno sviluppo economico ecosostenibile.

l Proff. Vincenzo Atella e Luigi Fontana hanno elaborato una visione strategica per il rilancio dell’Italia di cui salute, benessere, risparmio energetico, conoscenza, cultura, e sviluppo economico ecosostenibile sono i pilastri.
Non un’utopia ma un percorso di ripartenza e crescita per il nostro Paese.

Leggi e firma il manifesto.

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Innovation, Growth and Optimal Monetary Policy

Annicchiarico Barbara and Pelloni Alessandra

Type: CEIS Research Paper

Published: April 2016

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CEIS on Huffington Post
Riusciremo a non far fuggire i ricercatori italiani?

 Sul Corriere Economia è stato pubblicato a firma di Fabrizio Goria un articolo in cui l'autore riporta la lista dei primi 100 giovani ricercatori più promettenti a livello mondiale nel campo dell'economia. In questa lista, stilata sulla base delle indicazioni fornite dal sito IDEAS RePEc, compaiono 9 italiani con due donne (Raffaella Sadun e Veronica Guerrieri) che si piazzano tra le prime posizioni.

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La “bolletta energetica” e la competitività delle imprese italiane

Ivan Faiella and Alessandro Mistretta, February 24th, 2014

La forte dinamica dei prezzi energetici registrata su scala mondiale nell’ultimo decennio ha posto...Read more »

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World Report on Child Labour 2015: Paving the way to decent work for young people World Report on Child Labour 2015: Paving the way to decent work for young people

The second volume of the ILO World Report on Child Labour series highlights the close linkages between child labour and good youth employment outcomes, and the consequent need for common policy approaches to addressing challenges arising in countries where both child labour and youth unemployment prevail.