The GDS17 is a study group on the impact of economic policies established in Rome on December 2017 by some academics of Roma Tre and Sapienza.
The group is intended as a place for discussions and debate, involving professors, researchers, PhD students and experts in an informal and participative way.
The aim is to gather ideas and proposals and propose together a planning of initiatives (including researches, debates, projects.) to be promoted during the year.
For the period 2019-2022, the GDS17 is supported by Erasmus + Jean Monnet Project
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The next GDS17 meeting, scheduled for next Monday, October 4, will take place in person at the Department of Economics, Roma Tre University, Via Silvio D’Amico 77, Room 6. For those who cannot be there, it will also be possible to follow the meeting online using this MS Teams link.
This is the programme of Monday’s meeting:
15:00-15:05 Welcome (Marco Letta – Sapienza University of Rome)
15:05-15:50 Paper presentation: Predicting vaccine hesitancy from area-level indicators: A machine learning approach (Giuliano Resce – University of Molise, co-authors: Vincenzo Carrieri and Raffaele Lagravinese)
15:50-16:10 Coffee Break*
*For those who will follow us online, the virtual coffee break will be held on the platform wonder.me at this link. Its use is quick and intuitive. For those who are not familiar with the platform, you can watch this short tutorial.
16:10-16:50 PhD presentation: What characteristics of politicians affect electoral success? Estimates from a new dataset of candidates’ CVs (Gabriele Pinto – Sapienza University of Rome)
16:50-17:00 Discussion and Concluding remarks
For organizational reasons, we need to know whether you will be participating in person. Please also remind that you will be required to show your green pass upon entrance if you choose to participate in person.
See you there!