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Riccardo Faini CEIS Seminars - Fall 2020

 

The Riccardo Faini CEIS Seminars are back as Webinars on Microsoft Teams platform.

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International Day of Rural Women: ENI CBC Med webinar - 15 October

 

Unleashing the potential of Mediterranean women in rural areas: constraints and solutions in the COVID-19 era

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COVID 19 - Il Mattino, Salute & Prevenzione 16/04/2020

 

Guadagnare salute oltre l’emergenza
Prof. F.S. Mennini: "Non basta azzerare i contagi, occorre programmare servizi e assistenza sul medio e lungo periodo Dopo il coronavirus, la spesa sanitaria non va considerata un costo ma un investimento sul futuro"

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OECD - Tackling coronavirus (COVID‑19) - Contributing to a global effort

 

What are the impacts and consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on our lives and our societies – and what are some of the solutions we can find to boost our healthcare systems, secure our businesses, maintain our jobs and education, and stabilise financial markets and economies?

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Riccardo Faini Ceis Seminars
Riccardo Faini Ceis Seminars

The Great Equalizer? The Effects of Education on the Relationship between Early-Life Disadvantages and Later-life SES

Silvia Barcellos (University of South California)

Oct, 30th 2020 h. 4:00pm - Webinar on Microsoft Teams
registration required no later than Thursday

Children born to richer parents and in richer neighborhoods are more likely to achieve economic success in life. Education is considered by many to be a way to “level the playing field” and to ensure that all kids have the same opportunities for success. This paper investigates whether education weakens the relationship between early-life disadvantages and later-life SES. We use three proxies for disadvantage, including a genetic proxy, that are strongly associated with SES...

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International Day of Rural Women: ENI CBC Med Webinar - 15 October
International Day of Rural Women: ENI CBC Med Webinar - 15 October

Unleashing the potential of Mediterranean women in rural areas: constraints and solutions in the COVID-19 era

The ENI CBC Med Programme is pleased to invite you to a webinar organized to celebrate the United Nations’ International Day of Rural Women on the 15th of October from 11:00 to 13:00 CET.

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Corso di formazione applicato per farmacisti - HTA in practice
Corso di formazione applicato per farmacisti - HTA in practice

15 Luglio 2020 e 8 Settembre 2020: L’Health Technology Assessment: le differenti prospettive coinvolte
3 e 4 Novembre 2020: HTA dei dispositivi medici (dalla teoria alla pratica)
10 e 11 Novembre 2020: Sviluppo di modelli economici e strategie di negoziazione

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Economia Medicina & Social Media
Economia Medicina & Social Media

Questionario di Ricerca promosso dal CEIS Università di Tor Vergata - Roma

Il presente questionario cerca di verificare l'impatto del CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) sulla società. Rispondendo al questionario contribuirai alla ricerca e a costruire meglio una panoramica della situazione socio-economica del nostro paese.

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LongITools: website online
LongITools: website online

LongITools is a European research project studying the interactions between the environment, lifestyle and health in determining the risks of chronic cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

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Call for papers
Call for papers

Role of Third- and Fourth-Party Logistics Providers to Support Sustainable Development Goals in Developing Countries

Guest Editors: Prof. Andrea Appolloni, Assoc. Prof. K. Mathiyazhagan, Assist. Prof. Vernika Agarwal
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 March 2021

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Last Publications

On Cointegration for Processes Integrated at Different Frequencies

Cubadda Gianluca, Del Barrio Castro Tomás and Osborn Denise

Type: CEIS Research Paper

Published: September 2020

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New YouTube Channel

InnovAgroWoMed - ENI CBC Med Project uploaded summary videos of the KOM (opening session+session 01+session 2 & closing remarks).

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Towards Sustainable Migration - Coping with large migration flows in low income and middle income countriesTowards Sustainable Migration - Coping with large migration flows in low income and middle income countries

The recent past has seen large movements of migrants and refugees, and the number of international migrants has reached an all-time high. The majority of refugees are currently hosted in low- and middle- income countries. Moreover, refugees and migrants stay in host countries for prolonged periods, as crises are protracted and migrants seldom return home soon after displacement. Read more >>