Wednesday March 6th

The ISTM (intersectional training measure) is part of the EPOC early stage researchers' curriculum.

Location: Aula Partesotti, Campus di San Giobbe (Fondamenta S. Giobbe, 873, 30121 Venezia)

14:30 – 15:45

ISTM4 "Provision of policy relevant data"
Angela Ferruzza, ISTAT, Sustainability, climate change, hazardous events: statistical measures for a common and integrated language and common geographies

15:45 – 17:00

ISTM4 “Provision of policy relevant data"
Massimo Armenise, ISTAT, Territorial statistics for the cohesion policy


Concluding Remarks


Thursday March 7th

Location: Aula Baratto, Università Ca’Foscari (Sestiere Dorsoduro, 3246, 30123 Venezia)

9:00 – 9.30

Opening & Registration


Keynote Speaker Session (Thomas Douenne - University of Amsterdam)


Coffee Break


Session 1, Chair: Muhammed Alperen Yasar (Ca’Foscari University of Venice and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

- Giacomo Ravaioli (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies) Eco-social policies to address income and carbon inequality in an agent-based model

- Teresa Lackner (University of Graz) Opinion Dynamics meet Agent-based Climate Economics: An Integrated Analysis of Carbon Taxation

- Margherita Bellanca (Ca’Foscari University of Venice) A Multi-Level Assessment of European Climate Policy Mix: Coverage, Thickness and Sequencing


Lunch Break


Session 2, Chair: Tommaso Di Francesco (University of Amsterdam and Ca’Foscari University of Venice)

- Ivan Gufler (LUISS University) Algo Trading and Q-Learners

- Sebastian Kreuzmair (University of Amsterdam) Learning in a network of Cournot economies

- Yifan Zhang (University of Oxford) Rational Inattention Choices in Firms and Households


Coffee Break


Session 3, Chair: Elisa Grugni (Universitat Autònoma De Barcelona and Università Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore)

- Andrea Titton (University of Amsterdam) The Perils of Abatement Procrastination in the Presence of Tipping Points 

- Xu Lin (University of Amsterdam) The Social Cost of Carbon under Stochastic Climate Volatility

- Francesco Ferlaino (Università di Milano Bicocca) Does the Financial Accelerator accelerate inequalities?


Social Dinner - Laguna Libre Eco Ristorante


Friday March 8th

Location: Aula Baratto, Università Ca’Foscari (Sestiere Dorsoduro, 3246, 30123 Venezia)

9:30 – 10:30

Keynote Speaker Session (Francesca Lotti - Bank of Italy)


Coffee Break


Session 4, Chair: Zhongli Wang (Universität Bielefeld and Università Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore)

- Dhruv Mittal (University of Amsterdam) Anti-conformists facilitate the expression of preferences and catalyze societal transitions

- Joris Bücker (University of Oxford) Product skill intensity and development

- Tallon Howie (Queen Mary University) Public R&D Spillovers, Competition, and Innovation

12:30 – 14:00

Lunch Break


Session 5, Chair: Miquel Bassart I Lore (Universität Bielefeld and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

- Hannah Engljaehringer (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies) The Role of Educational Opportunities for Inequality and Social Mobility: Insights from an Agent-Based Model

- Leonardo Ciambezi (Université Côte d'Azur) Rethinking Inflation in an Agent Based Macro Model

- Rafael Kothe (University of Bamberg) Connecting the Dots: How Social Networks Shape Macroeconomic Expectations


Coffee Break


Keynote Speaker Session (Stephan Leitner - University of Klagenfurt)



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