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Europe can move beyond austerity


The ISIGrowth project conference held in Brussels discussed research results and engaged with policy makers and civil society on alternatives for Europe’s growth. Check the main topics, the slides and the videos of some of the key speakers
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Economic policy alternatives:
a survey of civil society views



How can Europe change? Civil society proposals for policy alternatives on socially inclusive and sustainable growth
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“Functional income distribution: trends and recent debates”. A workshop in Buenos Aires The study “The dynamics of profits and wages: technology, off-shoring and demand”, relying on the support of the ISIGrowth research project, has been presented at the Latin-American conference
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“Freewheeling Econometrics”, a workshop in Pisa

The workshop, organized by the International Doctoral Programme in Economics and by the Institute of Economics of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, has been held in Pisa on the 30th of September
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Giovanni Dosi awarded the “TIM Wiley Distinguished Scholar Award”

ISIGrowth coordinator has been awarded "the TIM Wiley Distinguished Scholar Award" during the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
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Latest Working Papers


In Order to Stand up You Must Keep Cycling: Change and Coordination in Complex Evolving Economies (34/2016)
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How Can Europe Change? (33/2016)
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Fiscal Transfers and Regional Economic Growth (32/2016)
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The Creation Function of a Junior Listing Venue: An Empirical Test on the Alternative Investment Market (31/2016)
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Persistence of Innovation and Patterns of Firm Growth (30/2016)
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Financial Cycles and the Macroeconomic Dynamics of Developing Economies (29/2016)
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Measures, Drivers and Effects of Green Employment: Evidence from US Local Labor Markets, 2006-2014 (28/2016)
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An Empirical Analysis of Sectoral Employment Shifts and the Role of R&D (27/2016)
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Financing Renewable Energy: Who is Financing What and Why It Matters  (26/2016)
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Complexity and the Economics of Climate Change: a Survey and a Look Forward (25/2016)

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Preventing Environmental Disasters: Market-Based vs. Command-and-Control Policies (24/2016)
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The Project. Research for Innovation-fuelled, Sustainable, Inclusive Growth in EuropeISIGrowth addresses the topic “EURO-2-2014: The European growth agenda” and in particular the dimensions 2 (“Innovation-based growth strategy for Europe”) and 3 (“Global production and innovation networks – costs and benefits for Europe”) of its scope.
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