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Second Workshop on Civil Economy: young economists' contributions


Fri, 2005-06-10 - Sat, 2005-06-11

10-11 June 2005
University of Bologna,
Faculty of Economics in Forlì
Forlì, P.le della Vittoria 15


Friday 10 June, 14.15 - 18.30
Opening lecture: Daniel Zizzo (University of East Anglia)
  Harmony, Cooperation and Conflicts in Games
Emanuela Carbonara (Università di Bologna)
  Law, Social Norms and the Evolution of Conflict
Matteo Ploner (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa)
  Trust, Reciprocity and Group Identity: Some Experimental Evidences
Piero Pasotti (Università di Bologna)
  A model of Social Norms' Evolution with Group Selection
Francesco Rullani (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa)
  The Social Dimension in the Collective Production of Knowledge: the Open Source Software case
Saturday 11 June, 9.00 - 13.00
Opening Lecture: Benedetto Gui (Università di Padova)
  Social Capital, Relational Goods and the Third Sector
Fabio Sabatini (Università di Roma La Sapienza)
  Measuring Social Capital in Italy: an Exploratory Analysis
Giacomo Degli Antoni (Università di Parma)
  The Determinants of Social Capital: a Theoretical and Empirical Analysis through Micro and Macroeconomic Data
Massimiliano Mazzanti (Università di Ferrara)
  Social Capital, R&D and Industrial Districts
Nazaria Solferino (Università Tor Vergata di Roma)
  The Game of Social Responsibility: Pioneers, Imitators and Social Welfare


The contributions will be available from May the 30th on the Faculty of Economics web site.

Organizing Committee

• Giulio Ecchia (Università di Bologna)
• Paolo Venturi (AICCON)
• Michele Viviani (AICCON e Università di Bologna)
• Luca Zarri (Università di Verona)

Please Click here for further details and to download the programme in Pdf format.


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