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CSEF - Center for Studies in Economics and Finance

21 February 2017
Avere un figlio rende felici?

Leading Italian newspaper, La Repubblica, refers to the research on the effect of having a child on reported happiness by Pierluigi Conzo, Arnstein Aasvve, giulia Fuochi, and Letizia Moncarini.

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8 December 2016
Chicago Booth’s Initiative on Global Markets launches a new panel of leading European economic experts

The new European IGM Economic Experts Panel is composed of 50 economists from 27 major universities and business schools. Its main goal is to explore the experts’ views on some of the most important policy questions facing Europe– issues such as trade, migration, taxes, banks, markets, and competition.

Professor Marco Pagano, from the Center for Studies of Economics and Finance (CSEF) contributes to the Panel. Other panelists include Olivier Blanchard, former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund; Nobel laureate Christopher Pissarides; and faculty from an array of schools such as Bocconi University, the University of Zurich, the London School of Economics, and Chicago Booth. The four Booth faculty members are: Veronica Guerreri, Christian Leuz, Lubos Pastor, and Canice Prendergast.

IGM’s European Economic Expert panel website

27 September 2016
video - First ESRB annual conference - ​ presentation on safe assets in Europe

Marco Pagano​ ​and Markus Brunnermeier present their work​ "ESBies: Safety in the Tranches" at the First ESRB annual conference.

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23 September 2016
Se le case valgono meno i consumi non crescono

Leading Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera refers to the research on the effect of property taxation on Italian house prices by Tommaso Oliviero and Annalisa Scognamiglio.

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21 September 2016
2 PRIN grants awarded to the Dep. of Economics of University of Naples "Federico II"

On September 20, the national research projects on “The Economics of Old Age Risks” coordinated by Tullio Jappelli and on “Labor and Finance” coordinated by Marco Pagano have been funded by the Ministry of the University and Research (€ 615,701 and € 339,701, respectively).

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