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New FBK-IRVAPP publications available on our website in the Working Papers series:
The following internal seminar are scheduled for December:
- 1 December 2015, 14.00. Does Trade Liberalization Require Big governments? Domestic Compensation and Trade Barriers in 18 OECD Countries, 1975-2000, Federico Podestà (FBK-IRVAPP).
- 14 December 2015, 14.00. Trust through generations, Sara Tonini (University of Trento & IZA).
- 21 December 2015, 14.00. "The Christmas market of the ideas", presentations by FBK-IRVAPP's researchers of their ongoing research project.

IRVAPP organizes an internal seminar series in which the research fellows from IRVAPP and from other institutions present their ongoing projects.
The next seminar is scheduled for the 17th of November from 14.00 to 15.00 and the speaker will be Enrico Rettore. He will discuss a paper entitled “Simple Tests for Selection Bias: Learning More from Instrumental Variables”.
The venue is at IRVAPP, vicolo dalla Piccola 12, Trento.

Presentation of the book "Il lavoro non basta" by Chiara Saraceno

Coordinated by: Mauro Diani

Discussants: Barbara Poggio and Antonio Schizzerotto

Simona Gamba will present the paper "The effect of Intellectual Property Rights on domestic innovation in the pharmaceutical sector". The programme of the conference can be seen here.

The second 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.

FBK-IRVAPP's 2016 winter school application form is officially on-line. Check our webpage out!

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 micro data. 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).