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An Introduduction to Social Choice Theory
September 19, 6:00 pm, Villa Sassetti
Paolo Brunori, Lecturer, NYU Florence

How do societies make collective decisions? How are ‘soft’ variables like well-being and happiness integrated into empirical studies? What do recent studies that include happiness and well-being as indicators show? Paolo Brunori will introduce students to the field of Social Choice Theory and will answer some of these questions and more. 

The Social Choice Theory Working Group Workshop
Day 1: September 20 - 10am - 6:20pm, Villa Sassetti
Day 2: September 21- 9am - 2:30pm, Villa Sassetti

 
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The GRASS Social Choice Working Group Workshop

SEPTEMBER 20 - VILLA SASSETTI (STUDENTS ONLY)
10:15-11:35 SESSION 1
Intergenerational Mobility in the Very Long Run: Florence 1427-2011
Guglielmo Barone, Bank of Italy
Racial Discrimination in Local Public Services: A Field Experiment in the United States
Mirco Tonin, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Chair: Paolo Brunori, University of Bari

12:00-13:20 SESSION 2
Bring Your Friend! Real or Virtual?
Paolo Pin, Bocconi University
Legalized Cannabis for Recreational use Reduces Rapes and Thefts?
Paolo Vanin, University of Bologna
Chair: Ennio Bilancini, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia 

 
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