Advanced Course on Innovation, Growth, International Production. Models and Data Analysis 2023 - 18th edition
The 18th edition of the Advanced Course on Innovation, Growth, International Production. Models and Data Analysis will take place at the Faculty of Economics, Sapienza University of Rome on 22-26 May 2023.
The Course is organized by the University of Urbino Carlo Bo, the Sapienza University of Rome and the Scuola Normale Superiore, in collaboration with the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, and Roma Tre University, and is intended for Ph.D. students, post-docs and young scholars. The Course will be taught in English.
Lecturers will include:Serenella Caravella, Valeria Cirillo, Elena Cefis, Andrea Coveri, Francesco Crespi, Grazia Ietto-Gillies, Dario Guarascio, Francesco Quatraro, Giovanni Dosi, Maurizio Franzini, Anna Giunta, Luigi Marengo, Enrico Marvasi, Mario Pianta, Michele Raitano, Jelena Reljic, Federico Tamagni, Malcolm Sawyer, Annamaria Simonazzi, Francesca Subioli, Maria Enrica Virgillito, Marco Vivarelli, Antonello Zanfei.
The Course will include theoretical lectures, presentation of research results and applied classes on data analysis using the software STATA.
Stata classes. Participants are asked to bring their own laptop computer. Students should be familiar with basic Stata functions (data exploration, variable generation and manipulation, multivariate regressions). Some introductive materials to Stata software will be provided before the start of the Course. Participants are encouraged to request student short-term Stata license at this link https://www.stata.com/customer-service/short-term-license/ before the Course starts. In Stata classes, lecturer will present different databases and will make available data samples on which participants will carry out econometric exercises.
To apply, please complete the following registration form: https://forms.gle/pAqc7ri2kBQyNy118. The deadline for applications is 2 May 2023. Applicants will receive the notification of acceptance no later than 9 May 2023.
Fee information: For participants who are not PhD students at the universities that organize the course, a fee of 250 euros is expected for the coverage of organizational costs. The fee should be paid before the course begins with the procedures that will be communicated directly to the participants with the notification of acceptance. Accommodation and subsistence costs will be covered by participants; support for finding accommodation will be provided by local organizers if needed.
Participants attending the Course and classes will obtain a certificate of attendance that could be used for credits in their own Ph.D. School.
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The course will include an international workshop ‘Big Tech, Corporate Power and Economic Performance: Revisiting Monopoly Capitalism’ to be held on Friday the 26th.
The speakers will include:
Antonio Andreoni, David Bailey, Patrizio Bianchi, Valeria Cirillo, Martin Conyon, Andrea Coveri, Claudio Cozza, Sandrine Labory, Zhongjin Li, Christos Pitelis, Hao Qi, Malcolm Sawyer, Annamaria Simonazzi, Phil Tomlinson, Ramaa Vasudevan, Maria Enrica Virgillito