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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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The Least Developed Countries Report 2016

 

The path to graduation and beyond: Making the most of the process

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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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XXVI International Rome Conference on Money, Banking and Finance
XXVI International Rome Conference on Money, Banking and Finance

XXVI International Rome Conference on Money, Banking and Finance

14-15-16 December 2017 c/o LUMSA University
Via Filippo Parlatore, 65 - 00145 Palermo, Italy

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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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Disruptive Innovations, Value Chains and Rural Development
Disruptive Innovations, Value Chains and Rural Development

22nd ICABR Conference
Disruptive Innovations, Value Chains and Rural Development

June 12–15, 2018
Washington DC

CALL FOR PAPERS

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Autumn 2017 Economic Forecast

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Vincenzo Atella al Festival dello Sviluppo Sostenibile
Vincenzo Atella al Festival dello Sviluppo Sostenibile

Vincenzo Atella interviene al Festival dello Sviluppo Sostenibile

La Salute Disuguale
Trento 1-4 Giugno 2017

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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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Synchronicity of Real and Financial Cycles and Structural Characteristics in EU Countries

Comunale Mariarosaria

Type: CEIS Research Paper

Published: September 2017

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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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