Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore



26 Gennaio 2024, Ivan Savin (ESCP Business School). Titile: Dynamic agent-based modelling of a global climate club. Venue: Online.

16 Febbraio 2024, Francesca Lotti (Bank of Italy). Titile: Political connections, innovation and firm dynamics. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.

1 Marzo 2024, Jlenia Di Noia (IUSS Pavia). Titile: A High-Resolution Input-Output Model to Assess the Economic Impact of Floods. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.

15 Marzo 2024, Francesco Lamperti (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa). Titile: An insurance against climate change? Negative emission technologies within the science-technology-policy nexus. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.

8 Maggio 2024, Enrico Cristoforoni (Boston College). Titile: Great Financial Crisis and Dollar Dominance. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.

15 Maggio 2024, Giorgos Galanis (Queen Mary University, London). Titile: Generalizing Heuristic Switching Models. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.


24 Marzo 2023, Massimo Ferrari Minesso (European Central Bank). Titile: Sanctions and the Exchange Rate in Time. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. 

31 Marzo 2023, Kerstin Hotte (Alan Turing Institute / INET Oxford). Titile: Demand-pull, Technology-push and the Direcion of Technological Change. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.

14 Aprile 2023, Andrea Modena (Mannheim University). Titile: Dynamic Tax Evasion and Capital Misallocation in General Equilibrium. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. 

5 Maggio 2023, Marco Ranaldi (University College of London). Titile: Heterogeneity in Macroeconomics: the Compositional Inequality Perspective. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. 

29 Maggio 2023, Hitoshi Shigeoka (Simon Fraser University). Titile: CEO Gender and Firm-to-Firm Transactions. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. 

9 Giugno2023, Patrizio Tirelli (University of Pavia). Titile: Who Killed Business Dynamism in the U.S.?. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. 

13 Ottobre 2023, Sebastian Poledna (IIASA). Titile: Economic Forecasting and Scenario Analysis with Agent-Based Modelling. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. 

24 Ottobre 2023, David Goldbaum (University of Technology, Sydney). Titile: Deep Neural Networks to Model Agent-Based Virtual Experiment. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. 

3 Novembre 2023, Flavio Calvano (OECD). Titile: A potrait of AI adopters across countries: Firm characteristics, assets' complementarities and productivity. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.

15 Dicembre 2023, Mattia Guerini (Università degli studi di Brescia / FEEM). Titile: Rethinking Inflation in an Agent-Based Macroeconomic Model. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano.


11 Novembre 2022, Elena Verdolini (University of Brescia). Titile: Policy choice, timing and stringency and the direction of innovation. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room C017. 

14 Ottobre 2022, Giorgio Ricchiuti /University of Forence). Titile: The Intenational Political Economy of a Green Transition. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G019bis.

30 Settembre 2022, Camille Cornand (University of Lyon). Title: Central bank's stabilization and communication policies when firms have motivated beliefs. Venue: Online.

16 Settembre 2022, Tomohiro Hirano (Royal Holloway/University of London). Title: Land Speculation, Booms, and Busts with Endogenous Phase Transition: A Model of Economic Fluctuations with Rational Exuberance. Venue: Online.

1 Giugno 2022, Patrick Mellacher (University of Graz). Title: Growth, Concentration and Inequality in a Unified Schumpeter Mark I+II model. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G251.

13 May 2022, Alberto Bisin (New York University). Title: Spatial-SIR with network structure and behavior: lockdown rules and Luca critique. Venue: Online

6 May 2022, Alberto Cardaci (Goethe University Frankfurt), Title: The Ability to Distill the Truth. Venue: Online

22 April 2022, Emanuele Campiglio (University of Bologna). Title: Believe me when I say green! Heterogeneous expectations and climate policy uncertainty. Venue: Online

1 April 2022, Annarita Colasante (Unitelma Sapienza). Title: Measure forecast disagreement in a non-stationary environment: the effect of time dependent fundamentals in LTFs experiments. Venue: Online

18 March 2022, Philipp Harting (University of Bielefeld). Title: Digitial products and global value chains in an agent-based model. Venue: Online

4 March 2022, Maria Enrica Virgillito (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna). Title: Technological paradigms, laboir creation and destruction in a multi-sector agent-based model. Venue: Online

18 February 2022, Ivan Savin (Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona). Title: Co-dynamics of climate policy stringency and public support. Venue: Online


26 May 2021, Filippo Gusella (University of Florence). Title: State Space Model to Detect Cycles in Heterogeneous Agents Models. Venue:Online.

19 May 2021, Giovanni Ponti (Univesidad de Alicante / LUISS Guido Carli). Title: Deterministic vs. Stochastic Altruism. Venue: Online.

28 April 2021, Annarita Colasante (UnitelmaSapienza, University of Rome). Title: The rationale for the emergence of a green premium in bond markets: the role of certifications, framing and cooperation. Venue: Online (link)

12 March 2021, Enrico Maria Turco (University of Amsterdam/Catholic University of Milan). Title: Concentration, stagnation and inequality: an agent based approach. Venue: Online (link)

16 February 2021, Leonardo Gambacorta (Bank for International Settlements). Title: Data vs collateral. Venue: Online (link)

9 February 2021, Bruce Greenwald (Columbia University). Book Presentation: Value Investing. In collaboration with the Department of Management (DIMA), Università Politecnica delle Marche.

20 January 2021, Massimo Minesso Ferrari (European Central Bank). Title: Central Bank Digital Currency in an Open Economy. Venue: Online (link)


8 June 2020, Edoardo Gallo (University of Cambridge). Title: Social and Economic Inequality. Venue: Online Webinar


4 June 2019, Alessandro Sontuoso (University of Pennsylvania). Title: The Doors of Perception. Venue:  Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room: TBC.

2 April 2019, Astrid Hopfensitz (Toulouse School of Economics).  Title: Strategic display of emotions. Venue: Via Nirone 15, Milano. Room: NI 112

18 January 2019, Andrea Roventini (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna). Title: Climate Change: an agent-based perspective. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room: G016 – Maria Immacolata


17 December 2018, Filippo Ferroni (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago). Title: Delphic and Odyssean Monetary Policy Shocks: Evidence from the Euro Area. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151. 

23 November 2018, Andreas Fuster (Swiss National Bank). Title: Expectations with Endogenous Information Acquisition: An Experimental Investigation. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room: G253.

13 June 2018, Giorgio Coricelli (University of Southern California). Title: Regret in financial decision-making. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G051. 

23 May 2018, Collin Raymond (Purdue University). Title: Complexity of Incentive Systems: The Case of the Ratchet Effects. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G.052. 

10 April 2018, John Duffy (University of California), Irvine. Title: Adoption of a New Payment Method: Theory and Experimental Evidence. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G252. 

20 March 2018, Eldar Shafir (Pricenton University). Title: The Scarcity Mindset: Behavioral and Policy Implication. Venue: Via Carducci, 28/30, Milano. Room C.017. 


20 December 2017, Mauro Napoletano (Sciences Po), Title: Collateral Unchained: Rehypothecation networks, complexity and systemic effects. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151

5 December 2017, Maria Enrica Virgillito (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore). Title: Labour markets and industrial relation regimes: agent-based modelling and policy implications. Venue: Via Necchi 5, Milano. Room 210. 

24 October 2017, Alesandro Caiani (Università degli Studi di Pavia). Title: Policy Analysis in a Multi-Country Agent Based-Stock Flow Consistent Model of a Monetary Union. Venue: Via Necchi 5, Milano. Room 210. 

6 June 2017, Mikhail Anufriev (University of Technology Sydney). Title: A model of network formation for the overnight interbank market. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151.

30 May 2017, Pietro Dindo (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia). Title: The Wisdom of the Crowd Revisited. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151.

​2 May 2017, Alberto Russo (Università Politecnica delle Marche). Title: Does inequality hamper innovation and growth? Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G053.

28 March 2017, Martin Guzman (Columbia University). Title: Pseudo-wealth Fluctuations and Aggregate Demand Effects. Venue: Via Carducci, 28/30, Milano. Room C211.

3 February 2017, Fabio Ghironi (University of Washington). Title: Trade, Unemployment, and Monetary Policy. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G001.


14 December 2016, Thomas Fischer (Lund University). Title: A tractable model of wealth inequality and mobility. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151.

10 November 2016, Willi Semmler (The New School, New York), Title: Debt deflation, financial market stress and regime change – Evidence from Europe using MRVAR. Venue: Via Sant'Agnese 2, Milano. Room SA223.

12 April 2016, Fernando Vega-Redondo (Bocconi University). Title: Production Networks. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151.

22 March 2016, Paolo Pin (Bocconi University). Title: The effect of externalities aggregation on network games outcomes. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151.

4 March 2016, Marco Galbiati (Bank of England). Title: An introduction to interbank payment systems with an application of network theory. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151.

9 February 2016, Camille Cornand (CNRS GATE). Title: The predominant role of signal precision in experimental beauty contest. Venue: Largo Gemelli 1, Milano. Room G151.

17 November 2015, Michele Berardi (University of Manchester), Title: Asset prices, fundamental values and learning.  Venue: Via Carducci 28/30, Milano. Room C211.