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2023-11-23: Llull has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for his project "Optimal Immigration Policy"
Joan Llull (IAE-CSIC and BSE) has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for his project "Optimal Immigration Policy". The project seeks to design optimal immigration policies that maximize benefits from immigration for both origin and destination countries and compensate negatively affected individuals for their losses. By exploring five key policy instruments and employing a sophisticated dynamic equilibrium framework, the project will provide policymakers with valuable insights to leverage the positive impacts of migration while minimizing potential drawbacks.

2023-09-14: Braccioli, recipient of a Young Economist Award from the European Economic Association
Federica Braccioli (IAE-CSIC and BSE) received the award for her single-authored study "The Institutional Role of the Italian Mafia: Enforcing Contracts When the State Does Not". The paper provides a unified framework to study the interactions between the ineffectiveness of the Italian state in contract enforcement and the demand for the Mafia’s services.

2023-09-01: New ICREA Research Professor Mar Reguant joins the IAE
We are very happy to welcome Mar Reguant who joins the Institute for Economic Analysis as an ICREA Research Professor. Mar Reguant's research deals with the economics of energy, with an emphasis on electricity and the pollution associated with electricity generation.

2023-07-11: A study co-authored by Mueller has received a "Society of Statistics and Operations Research Award" of the BBVA Foundation
Hannes Mueller (IAE-CSIC and BSE) and his co-authors Andre Groeger, Jonathan Hersh, Andrea Matranga, and Joan Serrat received the award in the Data Science and Big Data modality. The award-winning work, which was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, introduces a method that applies machine learning to detect the demolition of buildings by artillery. The method allows for almost real-time monitorization of destruction in wars and aims to improve the humanitarian response.

2023-06-28: Brandts acting as a coordinator and contributor of the CSIC "Science for Policy" reports
The "Science for Policy" reports are part of a strategic project promoted by the presidency of the CSIC. Prepared by teams of CSIC researchers, these documents address major scientific and social challenges and aim to serve as a bridge between research centers and policy makers to contribute to the definition of public policies based on scientific evidence. Jordi Brandts (IAE-CSIC and BSE) acted as a coordinator and contributor.

2023-04-13: Ferrer-i-Carbonell appointed as coordinator of the CSIC global area of "Society"
Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell (IAE-CSIC) has been appointed as coordinator of the CSIC scientific area "Society". The commission that Ferrer-i-Carbonell coordinates aims to contribute to the strengthening of the scientific and organizational strategy of the CSIC as one of the CSIC advisory bodies.

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Propers Workshops

Workshop on inequality, poverty, equal opportunities and subjective wellbeing - September 14-15, 2023
Adam Smith Tercentenary Celebration IAE
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Publicacions Recents

"Differences in Collaboration Structures and Impact Among Prominent Researchers in Europe and North America"
Lluís Danús, Alexander Krauss, Carles Muntaner, Marta Sales-Pardo and Roger Guimerà, EPJ Data Science, 12, 12, 2023.

"Economic Uncertainty and Divisive Politics: Evidence from the "dos Españas""
Sandra Garcia-Uribe, Hannes Mueller and Carlos Sanz, forthcoming in Journal of Economic History.

"Affirmative Action and the Choice of Schools"
Ursula Mello, Journal of Public Economics, 219, 2023, 104824.

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Working Papers Recents

"Economic Crises and Energy Use: An Input-Output Analysis of Catalonia’s 2008–2014 Financial Crisis"
Jaume Freire González and Oliver Canosa, BSE Working Paper No. 1405 - September 2023.

"Caught in a Trap: Simulating the Economic Consequences of Internal Armed Conflict"
Joan Margalef and Hannes Mueller, BSE Working Paper No. 1402 - September 2023.

"Core Stability and Strategy-Proofness in Hedonic Coalition Formation Problems with Friend-Oriented Preferences"
Bettina Klaus, Flip Klijn and Seçkin Özbilen, BSE Working Paper No. 1399 - July 2023.

Tots els Working Papers Recents

A la Premsa

2023-11-03: F-World dedicates a podcast to Mueller's work on conflict forecast
F-World is a podcast series that explores how the forces of fragility arise, interact, and manifest in the systems that make up our lives. One podcast is fully dedicated to Hannes Mueller (IAE-CSIC and BSE) and his work on forecasting conflict. Mueller explains the role of machine learning and why this research project has become a key resource for global work on conflict prevention. He also gives a live demonstration of conflictforecast.org, which is based on millions of newspaper articles.

2023-07-21: Mueller's work on artificial intelligence to spot future violent conflicts, covered by The National
An article in The National discusses Conflict Forecast, a project set up by Hannes Mueller (IAE-CSIC and BSE) and Christopher Rauh and that uses artificial intelligence to predict where in the world outbreaks of violence are likely to occur.

2023-03-22: Rodríguez on the new temporary tax on credit institutions in Spain
In an article of the newspaper Cinco Días, Hugo Rodríguez (IAE-CSIC and BSE) reviews the arguments that each party puts forward to defend their position, in favor or against, on the new temporary tax on credit institutions in Spain.

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