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Antonio Schizzerotto, Loris Vergolini and Davide Azzolini have presented at the conference "La Società italiana e le grandi crisi economiche 1929-2016", an event prepared for the 90th anniversary of ISTAT.

Antonio Schizzerotto presented the paper "Espansioni e contrazioni della partecipazione scolastica in italia dall’inizio del XX secolo ad oggi. Il ruolo delle riforme scolastiche e delle vicende economiche" (co-authored by Giovanni Abbiati and Loris Vergolini).

APPAM International Conference "Inequalities: Addressing the Growing Challenge for Policymakers Worldwide". Presentation prepared with Antonio Schizzerotto and Nadir Zanini

Conference “Figli delle baraccopoli. Restituire il sogno perduto", during the Universal Children's Day

FBK-IRVAPP organizes an internal seminar series in which the research fellows from FBK-IRVAPP and from other institutions present their ongoing projects. The next seminar is scheduled for the 5th of December 2016 from 14.30 to 15.30 and the speaker will be Giovanni Abbiati. He will present a paper entitled “Not really the same school. Teachers inter-school segregation and teachers-students matching as hidden inequality mechanisms in the Italian school system”.

FBK-IRVAPP organizes an internal seminar series in which the research fellows from FBK-IRVAPP and from other institutions present their ongoing projects. The next seminar is scheduled for the 23rd of November 2016 from 14.00 to 15.00 and the speaker will be Leopoldo Miotto. He will present a paper entitled “The short-term effects of temporary employment vs unemployment on individual labour market opportunities”.

FBK-IRVAPP organizes an internal seminar series in which the research fellows from FBK-IRVAPP and from other institutions present their ongoing projects. The next seminar is scheduled for the 15th of November 2016 from 14.00 to 15.00 and the speaker will be Giulia Canzian. She will present a paper entitled “Financial structure and firm performance: evidence from a quasi-natural experiment”.

The course is designed to be of particular benefit to Ph.D. students and researchers in the Social Sciences, Economics and Statistics, needing to undertake policy evaluation analysis using microdata. The School will present 1) the fundamental principles of impact evaluation with a specific focus on the counterfactual theory of causal inference and 2) a variety of statistical tools for counterfactual analysis (including Difference-in-Differences and Matching methods, Regression Discontinuity Designs and quasi experimental settings).

The sixth issue of IRVAPP Monitoring Reports on Youth Guarantee in Trentino has been published. The report is available at this link.

Learn more about the project "Monitoring and Evaluation of the Youth Guarantee in Trentino" here.

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