A new project for growth, welfare, innovation and productivity in Europe

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Newsletter n° 1 - 8 may 2019


A new project for growth, welfare, innovation
and productivity in Europe

After the success of the ISIGrowth project, the three years H2020-funded GROWINPRO has just been launched. With the goal of delivering a set of policy solutions aimed at restoring sustained and inclusive growth

How to use public purpose to drive inclusive growth

A public lecture series organised by the IIPP UCL with the British Library discusses how we can rethink healthcare, green growth and new forms of data ownership

Monetary policies after the crisis. A workshop in Paris

The event is taking place in Paris on May 15, 2019, and it is jointly organized by OFCE, the Revue Française d’Economie and GDRE (Groupement De Recherche Européen) on Money, Banking and Finance

Rethinking capitalism, a two-days workshop in Milan

How to rethink the relationships between State, market and finance with the ultimate goal of promoting a new progressive agenda for the European Union

Agent-based macroeconomics, a seminar in Pisa

The GROWINPRO researchers Giovanni Dosi and Andrea Roventini discussed with Alan Kirman on April 10th about complexity and agent-based models in a seminar dedicated to the macroeconomic challenges for the XXI century


The Role of (De-)Centralized Wage Setting for Industry Dynamics and Economic Growth: An Agent-Based Analysis with the Eurace@Unibi Model

Herbert Dawid, Philipp Harting and Michael Neugart


Digitalization, routineness and employment: An exploration on Italian task-based data

Valeria Cirillo, Rinaldo Evangelista, Dario Guarascio and Matteo Sostero


Wage Inequality and Establishment Heterogeneity

In Kyung Kim and Jozef Konings


Control in the era of surveillance capitalism: an empirical investigation of Italian Industry 4.0 factories

Angelo Moro, 
Matteo Rinaldini
, Jacopo Staccioli
 and Maria Enrica Virgillito


The Wage-Productivity Nexus in the World Factory Economy

Giovanni Dosi
, Maria Enrica Virgillito
 and Xiaodan Yu


Whither the evolution of the contemporary social fabric? New technologies and old socio-economic trends

Giovanni Dosi
 and Maria Enrica Virgillito




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