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Quaderni DEPS (ultime uscite)

Giovedì, 7 Settembre 2023
903. Technical change and the monetary circuit: an input-output stock-flow consistent dynamic model
Marco Veronese Passarella, Link Campus University of Rome – Leeds University Business School
902. Conflict inflation and autonomous demand: a supermultiplier model with endogenous distribution
Guilherme Spinato Morlin, Università di Pisa – Riccardo Pariboni, DEPS, USiena
901. Does Incentive Pay Substitute for Monitoring? The Role of Managerial Skills and Span of Control
Filippo Belloc, DEPS, USiena – Stefano Dughera, Università di Torino – Fabio Landini, Università di Parma
Stefano Di Bucchianico, University of Salerno, Department of Economics and Statistics – Antonino Lofaro, Roma Tre University, Department of Economics.
896. On rational choice from lists of sets
Gleb Koshevoy, Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russian Academy of Science of Moscow – Ernesto Savaglio, DEA, University of Pescara and GRASS
895. How robust is the natalist bias of pollution control?
Alessia Cafferata, Department of Management, University of Turin – Marwil J. Dávila-Fernández, DEPS, USiena
894. Nuovi Orizzonti per l’Innovazione e il Trasferimento Tecnologico in Italia: la creazione della “Società Italiana per la Ricerca Applicata”
Giovanni Bussu, Independent Researcher
Documenti Allegati: 
871. Mandatory social label system as a super-nudge to reduce intention-behaviour gap and increase responsible consumption
Luigi Bosco, DEPS, USiena
869. Growth theory and the growth model perspective: Insights from the supermultiplier
Guilherme Spinato Morlin, PhD Student, DEPS, USiena – Nikolas Passos, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa – Riccardo Pariboni, DEPS, USiena
867. Strategy-Proof Aggregation Rules in Median Semilattices with Applications to Preference Aggregation
Ernesto Savaglio, DEC, University of Pescara – Stefano Vannucci, DEPS, USiena
865. The polarisation of Italian metropolitan areas, 2000-2018: structural change, technology and growth
Giuseppe Simone, PhD Student, DEPS, USiena
864. Strategy-Proof Aggregation of Approximate and Imprecise Judgments
Marcello Basili, DEPS, USiena – Ernesto Savaglio, University of Chieti-Pescara & GRASS – Stefano Vannucci, DEPS, USiena
863. Inflation and conflicting claims in the open economy
Guilherme Spinato Morlin, PhD Student, DEPS, USiena
861. Estimating Environmental Compliance Costs at the Installation Level
Filippo Belloc, DEPS, USiena – Bouwe Dijkstra, University of Nottingham – Edilio Valentini, University of Chieti-Pescara
860. Who are the arbitrageurs? Empirical evidence from Bitcoin traders in the Mt. Gox exchange platform
Pietro Saggese, Alessandro Belmonte, Angelo Facchini, IMT Lucca – Nicola Dimitri, DEPS, USiena – Rainer Böhme, Universität Innsbruck
859. Persistence studies: a new kind of economic history?
Martina Cioni, DEPS, USiena – Giovanni Federico, NYUAD and CEPR – Michelangelo Vasta, DEPS, USiena
858. Trust predicts compliance to Covid-19 containment policies: evidence from ten countries using big data
F.Sarracino, STATEC, Luxembourg – T. Greyling, University of Johannesburg – K. J. O’Connor, STATEC, Luxembourg – C. Peroni, STATEC, Luxembourg – S. Rossouw, Auckland University
Filippo Belloc, DEPS, USiena – Edilio Valentini, DES, University of Chieti-Pescara
856. Gimme Shelter. Public Housing Programs and Industrialization. The INA-Casa plan, Italy
Alberto Dalmazzo, DEPS, USiena – Guido de Blasio, Bank of Italy – Samuele Poy, University of Piemonte Orientale, Dept. EBS
Stefano Bartolini, DEPS, USiena – Francesco Sarracino, STATEC, Luxembourg
A.Bartolini,DEPS,USiena–RM.Di Biase,CREA,Arezzo–L.Fattorini,DEPS,USiena-S.Franceschi,DEPS,USiena-A.Marcelli, Univ.Tuscia e Fond.Edmund Mach
Marwil J. Dávila-Fernández, Bucknell University – Serena Sordi, DEPS, USiena