LEAP faculty and students meet every other week to discuss ongoing research projects and development topics!
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Bocconi University, via Roentgen room 5.E4.SR04
LEAP Workshop: Emanuela Galasso, World Bank
Workshop on Early Childhood Development
Bocconi University, Roentgen Building Room AS01
J-PAL Traning: Evaluating Social Programs
Five-day in-person training hosted by J-PAL Europe at Bocconi University with the support of LEAP for directors, managers, officers, and researchers from governments, NGOs/nonprofits, international development organizations, and foundations.
Study conducted in a Refugee Camp by three LEAP affiliated students
Bocconi students Giulia Buccione, Viola Corradini and Beatrice Montano have conducted a LEAP Research project in the Greek refugee camp of Ritsona, hosting Syrian refugees.
2018 ThReD Conference
Organized by IGIER, with the support of LEAP, the Department of Economics and the Department of Social and Political Sciences of Bocconi University.
Summer School in International Development co-sponsored by LEAP
This year's topic is "Household, Labour Markets and Development: a Structural Approach". The deadline for application is May 14, 2018.
LEAP participates in Bocconi for Africa Conference
African entrepreneurs, representatives of AMREF, CIAI and ActionAid join LEAP students and faculty for an interactive session of the Bocconi for Africa Conference.
The World Bank’s Bureaucracy Lab: Pre/Post-doctoral and PhD Fellowships
The World Bank’s Bureaucracy Lab is seeking applications for pre-doc, post-doc and PhD positions.
Volunteers needed for “racContami 2018”
“racCONTAMI 2018” is the third complete census of homeless people living in Milan, organized by the Rodolfo Debenedetti Foundation.
Fondazione Isacchi Samaja Onlus will fund two scholarships and/or study awards of 7,500 euros each for students of Master of Science or PhD programs offered by Universities in Lombardy. Deadline Jan. 8th 2018.
Thomas Le Barbanchon (LEAP Affiliate) receives an ERC Grant to Understand Job Searches
Literature on search strategies of job seekers and recruiters in the labor market is rich in theoretical contributions but short in empirical evidence. That’s the gap Thomas is going to fill in the next 60 months with "ESEARCH, Direct Empirical Evidence on Labor Market Search Theories", the research project that has earned him an ERC Starting Grant.