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Cambiamenti tecnologici e futuro del lavoro

 

Una discussione sul World Development Report 2019

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COP24 - Katowice 2018

 

United Nations Climate Change Conference

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World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

 

Enabling eCommerce: Small Enterprises, Global Players

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OECD - Preventing Ageing Unequally

 

The OECD has partnered with the Schaeffer Center and the Centre for Economic and International Studies (CEIS), University of Tor Vergata to develop a pilot Global Future Elderly Model (Global FEM). The starting point is the US Future Elderly Model or FEM. FEM is microsimulation model that is developed and maintained by the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics at the University of Southern California. (box 1.2 pag. 48 and chapt. 4 par. 4 pag. 163)

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European Sustainable Development Week (ESDW) 2017

 

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OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2016 Issue 2

 

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OECD Environmental Outlook to 2050

 

The Consequences of Inaction

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Quantitative Finance @ WORK
Quantitative Finance @ WORK

​The Department of Economics and Finance and the Master of Science in Finance and Banking of the University of Rome Tor Vergata are pleased to host the third edition of QFin@work.

Rome, May 2-3, 2019.
School of Economics, University of Tor Vergata

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

International School for Advanced Training in Impact Evaluation of Development Policies

Concepts, methods, applications

Rome, 17-21 June 2019

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IFAD's Research and Impact Assessment Division
IFAD

IFAD's Research and Impact Assessment Division (RIA) is looking for three post-docs as of July 1, 2019.

Post-Docs will be based in Rome at IFAD for a two year's appointment as UN Temporary Professional Officer at a P2 level.

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World Development Report 2019
 World Development Report 2019

Cambiamenti tecnologici e futuro del lavoro: una discussione sul World Development Report 2019

Roma, 5 Aprile 2019 / 10:00 – 13:00
Centro Carlo Azeglio Ciampi per l'Educazione Monetaria e Finanziaria, Via Nazionale n. 190 - Roma
RSVP necessaria a: segr.ceis@economia.uniroma2.it

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ICABR 2019 Call for Papers
ICABR 2019 Call for Papers

23th Annual ICABR Conference (June 4–7, 2019: Ravello, Italy)
Regulation and Finance of Innovations for a Sustainable Bioeconomy
January 20, 2019: Deadline for abstract and session proposals
January 31, 2019: Notification of acceptance

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OECD - Preventing Ageing Unequally
OECD - Preventing Ageing Unequally

The OECD has partnered with the Schaeffer Center and the Centre for Economic and International Studies (CEIS), University of Tor Vergata to develop a pilot Global Future Elderly Model (Global FEM).

The starting point is the US Future Elderly Model or FEM. FEM is microsimulation model that is developed and maintained by the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics at the University of Southern California.

(have a look to box 1.2 pag. 48 and chapt. 4 par. 4 pag. 163)

 

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Last Publications

Real Effective Exchange Rates Determinants and Growth: Lessons from Italian Regions

Calò Silvia and Comunale Mariarosaria

Type: CEIS Research Paper

Published: March 2019

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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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Towards Sustainable Migration. Interventions in countries of originTowards Sustainable Migration. Interventions in countries of origin

The unprecedentedly large influx of migrants in Europe and the accompanying political tensions underscore the urgent need for a sustainable EU migration strategy. If left unchecked, the migration challenge will jeopardise the pillars of European integration and solidarity. But, if proactively and effectively managed, the migration challenge can be transformed into an opportunity both for Europe and for origin countries.