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    11 dicembre 2017 ore 14.30, LE SOCIETÀ TRA AVVOCATI TRA EVOLUZIONE NORMATIVA E PRASSI CONCRETA

    11 dicembre 2017, ore 14.30 – 17.30
    Sala del Consiglio della Scuola di Economia e Statistica,
    Edificio U7, Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi, 8  – 4° p., n. 4064

    locandina convegno 11 dicembre 2017

    L’incontro ha ad oggetto la disciplina della società tra avvocati e la recente evoluzione normativa in materia. Si vuole ricercare ed analizzare tale tipologia societaria attraverso lo studio degli elementi caratterizzanti e dei limiti di sistema. Verrà, inoltre, dato spazio allo studio della natura della prestazione societaria del socio-avvocato e del ruolo della riservatezza nelle dinamiche interne. Infine, sotto il profilo deontologico, saranno analizzati i doveri deontologici dell’avvocato nel rapporto con il socio di capitale e l’effettività della governance in funzione della tutela dei clienti.

    Evento accreditato con n.2 crediti formativi, di cui uno in materia obbligatoria, dall’Ordine degli Avvocati di Milano

    Iscrizioni entro il 10 dicembre 2017: https://societavvocati.eventbrite.it

    Per ulteriori informazioni: Dipartimento di Scienze Economico-Aziendali e Diritto per l’Economia Tel. 02 6448.3204 (Prof. Dario Scarpa e-mail: dario. scarpa@unimib.it )    diseade@unimib.it                  

    November 29, 2017, h. 14.30 – 16.00 “BICOCCA IN PENNSYLVANIA-OPPORTUNITIES AND FUNDING”

    November 29, 2017, h. 14.30 – 16.00
    Building U7, II Floor, Aula De Lillo,
    Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi, 8 – 20126 Milano

    PROGRAMM

    I. Interrnational office on the EXCHANGE Extra-UE Mobility Program (funded opportunity to do research outside EU) by Simona Silva UNIMIB

    II. Postgraduate studies in USA-How to apply? (Prof. Sandra Trejos Clarion University of Pennsylvania e Sofia Barboza U.S.Fulbrighter))

    1. TOEFL/GRE
    2. Essays
    3. Service/Extracurricular activities

    III. Pennsylvania Economics Association (Prof. Sandra Trejos   Clarion University of Pennsylvania)

    1. Undergraduate Paper Competition
    2. Paper Presentations (Faculty and Graduate Students)
    3. Proceedings and Pennsylvania Economic Review

    IV. Questions and Answers (Q & A)

    For more information: Department of Business and Law,  Tel. 02 6448.3012 (Prof.ssa Paola Bongini mail: paola.bongini@unimib.it)

    Di.SEA.DE VISITING 2017

    Dr. Gustavo Barboza

    Bio

    Dr. Gustavo Barboza is a Full Professor in the Department of Administrative Science at the College of Business and Information Systems at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Barboza holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Oklahoma State University. Current research interests include topics relating to:financial education and financial literacy;

    • present-biased preferences and procrastination;
    • issues on the field of Micro Credit with particular emphasis on the role of asymmetric information in the theory of group formation and efficient allocation of financial resources;
    • international trade and economic growth;
    • geography and entrepreneurship;
    • commodity price variability and climate change; and
    • issues relating to Corporate Social Responsibility and horizontal differentiation business strategies.

    papers on SSRN at: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/results.cfm

    November 22, 2017, h. 12.30 – 14.00 Employment Effects of Innovative Startups. Regional Evidence from Italy

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    Dr. Sandra Trejos

    Bio
     

    Dr. Sandra Trejos is a Professor of Economics at Clarion University of Pennsylvania and a Costa Rican native. She has been part of the Clarion University Faculty since 2004 where she received tenure and promotion to full professorship in 2009. She is a member of the International Who’s Who Historical Society, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, and Beta Gamma Sigma. Dr. Trejos is a 2009 and 2010 Who’s Who in America, and a 2010-2011 Who’s Who of American Women. She previously taught at the University of Costa Rica, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, and the University of South Dakota. Nationally, Dr. Trejos received the Outstanding Latina Faculty: Service/Teaching in Higher Education Award at the 2014 American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (A.A.H.H.E) Conference in Costa Mesa, California.
    Dr. Trejos has served as judge for the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (P.J.A.S) for seven years at both the regional and state levels, and she was, recently, a mentor for the 2015-2016 Diversity Initiative for Tenure in Economics (DITE) sponsored by the U.S, National Science Foundation, and a fellow for the 2017 Bentley Global Business Ethics Teaching Workshop and Symposium sponsored by the State Street Foundation in Massachusetts.

    November 29, 2017, h. 14.30 – 16.00 “BICOCCA IN PENNSYLVANIA-OPPORTUNITIES AND FUNDING”

    November 22, 2017, h. 12.30 – 14.00 Employment Effects of Innovative Startups. Regional Evidence from Italy

    Building U7, IV Floor, Room 4066,
    Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi, 8 – 20126 Milano

    “Employment Effects of Innovative Startups. Regional Evidence from Italy”
    Gustavo Barboza Clarion University of Pennsylvania
    Alessandro Capocchi, Università Milano-Bicocca

    22 novembre 2017 Barboza Capocchi Lunch Seminar

    This paper investigates the impact of technological knowledge spillover effects (KSE) on firms’ level of employment using a sample of 260 innovative startup companies across 20 Italian economic regions. We particularly test for the specialization, competition and diversity hypotheses related to KSE. Our results provide robust evidence in support of regional specialization as source for increased employment, while higher levels of competition and a more diverse regional production structure having negative effects on firm’s employment levels. In addition, we found a lack of technological convergence across regions, suggesting that local knowledge effects would have the largest positive effects on employment when regions emphasize on developing competitive advantages linked to specialization in related industries. Furthermore, our results indicate that firms’ employment decisions are mainly determined in the year of formation. In sum, This lead to developing and using local technologies driven to unlock opportunities deriving from either new ideas, or ideas with untapped applications. The evidence points out in favor of existent and persistent regional heterogeneity in terms of economic and technological specialization as sources of employment. These results then lead to believe that for further growth along already existent paths of technological capabilities seem to be preferred.

    For more information: Department of Business and Law,  Tel. 02 6448.3191
    (Prof. Alessandro Capocchi mail: alessandro.capocchi@unimib.it)

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