Dr. Filippo Natoli (University of Bologna) will give a presentation on A Glimpse of Institutional Change Analysis with a Bounded Knowledge Subjective Beliefs Approach, on Monday 20 May 2019, 13:15, Lecture Room 4 Ground Floor
The presentation is addressed to students following the Economic Analysis ...
Published on: May 20 2019
Bibliografia fondamentale "Seminario di Analisi Economica" EMI, anno accademico 2018-2019
*H. Simon, ‘The Architecture of Complexity', Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 156, n. 6, December, 1962, pp. 122-137. (Traduzione italiana con commento: H. Simon, 'L'architettura della ...
Published on: May 13 2019
Laboratory of Economic Analysis – a.y. 2018/19
Student Presentations Schedule
"Rationality and Maximization"
"Maximizing Choices and Satisficing Choices: B. de Finetti, H. Simon, and the role of context"
Published on: May 06 2019
University of Bologna
School of Economics and Management
Academic Year 2018-2019
Economic Analysis paper – 1st mid-term exam 3.4.2019
1900076061 30/30 (Thirty over thirty)
794454 30/30 (Thirty over thirty)
795673 29/30 (Twenty nine over thirty)
Published on: April 19 2019
University of Bologna
School of Economics, Management and Statistics
Academic Year 2017-2018
Economic Analysis Paper - 1st Mid-term Exam 3.11.2017
Students must comment one of the two following passages:
‘The fact […] that many complex systems have a nearly decomposable hierarchic ...
Published on: March 19 2019
The Course Tutor for academic year 2018-19 is Dr. Filippo Natoli, email: email@example.com
Students should contact the Course Tutor for any issue concerning teaching materials and the Laboratory of Economic Analysis
Published on: March 18 2019
Gli studenti candidati allo scambio Erasmus con Goldsmiths, University of London, e che non abbiano ancora sostenuto, di persona oppure mediante scambio di messaggi di posta elettronica, il colloquio di cui al bando, possono presentarsi all'orario di ricevimento di venerdì 1 marzo 2019, ore 11:30- ...
Published on: February 26 2019
This aim of the seminar is to outline the foundations of a political economy approach to economic theory and to chart lines of further research in the field. Its starting point will be the distinction between two fundamental approaches in economic theory: the exchange-based approach (Hicks's 'catallactics') ...
Published on: January 21 2019
Published on: September 02 2018
Monday, 11 June 2018
(Venue: Bologna, Department of Economics, Piazza Antonino Scaravilli 2, Floor I – Seminar Room)
RESILIENCE, VULNERABILITY AND COMPLEXITY
IN ECONOMIC AND SPATIAL NETWORKS
Chair: Aura Reggiani
9:30 – 9:45 Welcome & Symposium Overview
9:45 – 10:15 Roberto ...
Published on: June 10 2018