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Seminar Series

DONDENA SEMINAR SERIES - SPRING 2024
All seminars will take place in hybrid mode from 12:45 to 2:00PM (CET) at Bocconi University Room 3.B3.SR01 via Röntgen 1, Milano

FOR INFORMATION
Carlo F. Dondena Center for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy
tel. +39 025836.6620 dondenaresearch@unibocconi.it www.dondena.unibocconi.it

29 JANUARY
RACIAL/ETHNIC DISPARITIES IN MORTALITY FOLLOWING DIAGNOSIS OF OVARIAN CANCER: AN EVALUATION OF SEER DATA FROM 2009 TO 2018
BERNARD COLE (The University of Vermont)

5 FEBRUARY
FIRMS AND THE INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF LABOR MARKET ADVANTAGE
PER ENGZELL (UCL Social Research Institute) 1

2 FEBRUARY
WHEN STATISTICAL INSIGNIFICANCE IS WELCOME: THE CASE OF HOMEOWNERSHIP AMONG AMERICAN SAME-SEX COUPLES
PETER BRANDON (University at Albany)

19 FEBRUARY
EARLY CHILD CARE, MATERNAL LABOR SUPPLY, AND GENDER EQUALITY: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
PHILIPP LERGETPORER (TUM School of Management)

26 FEBRUARY
THE WAR AGAINST “GENDER IDEOLOGY”. ORIGINS, FORMS AND STAKES OF A TRANSNATIONAL REACTIONARY CRUSADE (2003-2023)
SARA GARBAGNOLI (University of Verona)

4 MARCH
THE ELECTORAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE ENERGY TRANSITION: EVIDENCE FROM GERMANY
ERIK VOETEN (Georgetown University)

11 MARCH
ACTING TOUGH OR CAVING IN? BALANCING REPUTATIONAL AND MATERIAL CONCERNS WHEN RESPONDING TO NON-COOPERATIVE BEHAVIOR STEFANIE WALTER (University of Zurich)

18 MARCH
INDIVIDUAL ATTITUDES TOWARD MULTI-LEVEL CLIMATE ACTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
MICHAEL BECHTEL (University of Cologne)

25 MARCH
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL AND THE ROLE OF WORKER-FIRM SORTING FOR GENDER EARNING GAPS
SILVIA GRISELDA (e61 Institute)

8 APRIL
TEN YEARS IN BALAKA, MALAWI: AN EXCERPT FROM BOOK MANUSCRIPT, AN EPIDEMIC OF UNCERTAINTY
JENNY TRINITAPOLI (University of Chicago)

29 APRIL
THE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY, INDUSTRY AND INVENTION: EVIDENCE FROM GERMANY 1760-1900
RALF MEISENZAH (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)

6 MAY
YOUNGISM: EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE
VOJTECH BARTOS (University of Milan) jointly with SI LAB

13 MAY
THE INJUSTICE OF PLACE: UNCOVERING THE LEGACY OF POVERTY IN AMERICA
LUKE SHAEFER (University of Michigan)

20 MAY
DO.RE.MEE
Room 3.e4.sr01 | 5:00PM

3 JUNE
THE DARK FIGURES OF WAR: CIVILIAN CASUALTIES OF THE TWO WORLD WARS
CORMAC Ó GRÁDA (University College Dublin)

10 JUNE
BLOOD LIES: WHY THE TWO-PARENT FAMILY IS NO CURE-ALL FOR RACIAL INEQUALITY
CHRISTINA CROSS (Harvard University)


                 

Bristol University
CHRISTOPH KOENIG
The Political Effects of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Germany
Santa Clara University
KRIS MITCHENER
The Smoot-Hawley Trade War
IIASA
SERGEI SCHERBOV
Redefining Old Age (Sergei Scherbov and Warren Sanderson)
CHE, Univerisity of York
LUIGI SICILIANI
Incentivising hospital quality through evidence-based care bundling
New York University
PAULA ENGLAND
Is the gender revolution stalling?
Tempere University
JOHANNA KANTOLA
The impact of radical right populism on gender equality in the European Parliament
Karolinska Institutet
KEITH HUMPHREYS
Natural history models of breast cancer  - understanding disease progression and screening sensitivity
Bocconi University
DO.RE.MEE
MIT
ANNE MCCANTS & DANIEL SELIGSON
Nature, Culture and Development
Yale University
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GREGORY A. HUBER
Makers and Takers: How We (Don't) Tax the Poor Reduces Support for Taxing and Redistribution