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COVID Makes Us Unequal in the Labor Market
Thanks to two surveys conducted three weeks apart, Vincenzo Galasso notes that the most affected in terms of employment and income are the least educated, blue collar and low income service workers. As time goes by, moreover, the contrast increases read
EU Response to Covid-19: a webinar series
The video of the second webinar on the EU response to Covid-19 is now available. The series, organized by the Department of Legal Studies, aims to look at the EU response from an interdisciplinary perspective. read
Research Integrity: Why We Should Trust Registered Clinical Trials
New research finds reassuring evidence about the integrity of clinical trials registered in, with some concerns only regarding small pharma companies. A paper by Jerome Adda, Christian Decker and Marco Ottaviani read
Why Stock Prices Go up When a COVID Bulletin Is Released
Croce, Farroni and Wolfskeil analyze the relationship between the diffusion of pandemic information and market trends and provide a predictive tool based on Twitter, useful to avoid being caught unprepared again by a financial collapse of this kind read
COVID Has Slashed Life Expectancy in Lombardy
Two Bocconi scholars consider the decline in life expectancy at local level to be the most reliable measure of the human cost of the epidemic. The province of Bergamo lost 8 years for men and 5.8 years for women. read
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