dSEA festeggia 30 anni!

Quest’anno il Dipartimento festeggia 30 anni dalla sua fondazione.
Una storia giovane che nasce da una comunità universitaria tra le più antiche al mondo.
Un compleanno che vogliamo festeggiare con tutti coloro che sono parte di questa storia:
nel passato, nel presente e nel futuro.

  La storia

Nel 1989 alcuni economisti patavini che insegnavano nelle Facoltà dell'Ateneo come Giurisprudenza, Scienze Politiche e Statistica, decidono di dare vita al Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, dedicandolo alla memoria di Marco Fanno, un economista italiano conosciuto internazionalmente e attivo a Padova nella prima metà del secolo scorso.

Marco Fanno è stato uno dei più grandi economisti italiani del Novecento e un professore di Economia all’Università di Padova dal 1920 al 1955. Ha ottenuto risultati scientifici di spessore internazionale nello studio delle fluttuazioni che accompagnano lo sviluppo delle economie.

Leggi la biografia completa di Marco Fanno, a cura di  Arrigo Opocher (Archivio Storico degli Economisti - Societa' Italiana degli Economisti)

I Direttori del dSEA

Giulio Cainelli (2017 - ad oggi )
Guglielmo Weber (2014 - 2017)
Francesco Favotto (2011- 2014 )
Nunzio Cappuccio ( 2006 -2011)
Benedetto Gui (2003 - 2006)
Guglielmo Weber( 2000 - 2003)
Carlo Buratti (1997 - 2000)
Francesco Favotto (1992-1997)
Achille Agnati (1989 - 1992)

 

  Il presente

Oggi il Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Aziendali "Marco Fanno"  conta oltre 6 mila iscritti, è ai primi posti in Italia per qualità della didattica (dati Istituto Italiano di Ricerca – Censis)  e della ricerca  (dati ANVUR). Il dSEA è tra i 180 migliori Dipartimenti Universitari in Italia valutati dall’Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione dell’Università e della Ricerca (ANVUR - ente pubblico vigilato dal Miur)  per qualità della ricerca e della progettualità scientifica, organizzativa e didattica e uno dei 150 migliori Dipartimenti al mondo in area Economics and Econometrics (QS World University Rankings).

Oggi il dSEA si distingue per l'internazionalizzazione dei propri corsi di laurea ed una forte vocazione verso il work-placement, grazie ad accordi con oltre 1.800 aziende e oltre 80 Università partner nel mondo.

  dSEA 1989-2019: le iniziative per i 30 anni guardando al futuro

Per celebrare il Trentennale, sono state realizzati seminari scientifici, eventi ed iniziative di networking.

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Trent'anni con dSEA: 8 novembre 2019, Orto Botanico di Padova

Tutti i video del Trentennale del dSEA su Media Space Unipd dSEA 

 

Quest'anno il Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Aziendali 'Marco Fanno' compie Trent'anni dalla sua fondazione: una storia giovane che nasce da una comunità universitaria tra le più antiche al mondo.

Nel 1989 alcuni economisti patavini che insegnavano nelle Facoltà dell'Ateneo come Giurisprudenza, Scienze Politiche e Statistica, decisero di dare vita al Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, dedicandolo alla memoria di Marco Fanno, un economista italiano conosciuto internazionalmente e attivo a Padova nella prima metà del secolo scorso.

Oggi il Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Aziendali "Marco Fanno"  conta più di 1.800 iscritti, ed è ai primi posti in Italia per qualità della didattica (dati Istituto Italiano di Ricerca – Censis)  e della ricerca  (dati ANVUR).

Il dSEA è tra i 180 migliori Dipartimenti Universitari in Italia valutati dall’Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione dell’Università e della Ricerca (ANVUR - ente pubblico vigilato dal Miur)  per qualità della ricerca e della progettualità scientifica, organizzativa e didattica e uno dei 150 migliori Dipartimenti al mondo in area Economics and Econometrics (QS World University Rankings).

 

 


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27th September 2019: Inaugural Lecture of PH.D program in Economics and Management

Inaugural Lecture of the Ph.D program in Economics and Management

27th September 2019

Sala Carmeli via Galileo Galilei, Padova

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10.00–10.30 Welcome Coffee


10.30-11.00 WELCOME SPEECHES


11.00-12.15 INAUGURAL LECTURE - “Human Networks and their Economic Consequences”

Chair: Prof. Salvador Barberà, (Emeritus Professor of Economics at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and a Barcelona GSE Emeritus Research Professor).

Prof. Matthew O. Jackson,(William D. Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University).

 

Register now on: https://www.economia.unipd.it/inaugural-lecture-phd-program-economics-and-management

 

 

Biography

Salvador Barberà
Salvador Barberà is Emeritus Professor of Economics at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and a Barcelona GSE Emeritus Research Professor. He earned a PhD in Economics from Northwestern University (1975). He is a fellow of the Econometric Society, a recipient of the Rey Juan Carlos Award in Economics, the Spanish National Research Prize, and the Narcís Monturiol Medal, awarded by Generalitat de Catalunya. As a researcher Prof. Barberà has concentrated in the fields of public economics, incentives, utility and game theory.  Prof. Barberà is past-president of the Social Choice and Welfare Society and of the Southern European Economic Association (ASSET). He has been elected to the Council of different learned societies, including the Econometric Society, The Social Choice and Welfare Society and The Society for the Advancement of Game Theory.
He served as General Secretary of Research and Technological Policies in the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science (2004-2006). Prior to that, between 2000 and 2004, he was the first director of the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA), a foundation created by the Catalan Government in order to consolidate in Catalonia a group of high level scientists of all origins. He has also served as the Vice-Chairman of the Barcelona GSE and Scientific Director of the School's Master in the Economics of Science and Innovation (2007-2012).


Matthew O. Jackson
Matthew O. Jackson is the William D. Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University and an external faculty member of the Santa Fe Institute and a senior fellow of CIFAR. He was at Northwestern University and Caltech before joining Stanford, and received his BA from Princeton University in 1984 and PhD from Stanford in 1988.
Jackson's research interests include game theory, microeconomic theory, and the study of social and economic networks, on which he has published many articles and the books `The Human Network' and `Social and Economic Networks'. He also teaches an online course on networks and co-teaches two others on game theory. Jackson is a Member of the National Academy of Sciences, a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, a Game Theory Society Fellow, and an Economic Theory Fellow, and his other honours include the von Neumann Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Social Choice and Welfare Prize, the B.E.Press Arrow Prize for Senior Economists, and teaching awards. He has served as co-editor of Games and Economic Behavior, the Review of Economic Design, and Econometrica.

 

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6th July 2019: Nobel Lecture Eric Stark Maskin (Adams University Professor at Harvard)

The theory of mechanism design can be thought of as the “engineering” side of economic theory. Much theoretical work, of course, focuses on existing economic institutions. The theorist wants to explain or forecast the economic or social outcomes that these institutions generate. But in mechanism design theory the direction of inquiry is reversed. We begin by identifying our desired outcome or social goal. We then ask whether or not an appropriate institution (mechanism) could be designed to attain that goal. If the answer is yes, then we want to know what form that mechanism might take".

Prof. Eric S. Maskin

 

Biography: Eric Maskin is the Adams University Professor at Harvard. He has made contributions to game theory, contract theory, social choice theory, political economy, and other areas of economics. He received his A.B. and Ph.D from Harvard and was a postdoctoral fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge University. He was a faculty member at MIT from 1977-1984, Harvard from 1985-2000, and the Institute for Advanced Study from 2000-2011. He rejoined the Harvard faculty in 2012. In 2007, he was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics (with L. Hurwicz and R. Myerson) for laying the foundations of mechanism design theory.

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15th-17th May 2019: Rethinking Clusters-2nd International Workshop on Cluster Research

The workshop focuses on emergent issues related to the evolutionary trajectories of clusters, which encompasses the major challenges of the globalization of the production, the extension of the value chains, the opportunities of smart technologies in manufacturing and services, the transition towards sustainability.

We are facing a period of social and economic revolutions, where governments tend to strengthen the importance of the local dimension of the economic activities, whereas the economy is largely globalized. The challenge is to redefine the relationships between the local and the global scale of the economy, under the imperative of the long-term sustainability of the economic processes. Transitions to sustainability entail changes in people's and organizations’ interactions with each other and with the environment at local to global scales. Therefore, we assist to the need of expanding the knowledge bases for understanding the micro and meso dynamics of the changes, bridging the boundaries between disciplines, geographies, cultures and institutions, and between scholars and practitioners.

This workshop is designed to address the following questions. What are the emergent life-cycle stages of a cluster? How do clusters grow, decline, or renew themselves? Which is the interplay of heterogeneous actors, networks, and institutional environment that explains a cluster’s transition towards sustainability? Which is the role of local and global scale in the sustainable development of clusters/regions?

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14th-15th March 2019 Workshop: Creating Value Through Manufacturing: Exploiting Industry 4.0 in a Circular Economy Framework



The workshop aims at exploring the theoretical and empirical challenges concerning the emerging paradigm related to industry 4.0 (additive manufacturing, IoT, cloud computing, robotics, etc.) and the implications for manufacturing and innovation processes in a global competitive environment.

On the one hand, the fourth industrial revolution opens new questions on the location strategies of production activities across clusters, regions and countries, putting under discussion offshoring decisions and emphasizing distributed manufacturing processes and the colocation of manufacturing and consumption. On the other hand technologies may also play a key role in supporting a more effective use of resources in a circular economy perspective.

 

Keynote Speech: Prof. Steffen Kinkel (Karlsruhe University of Applied Science)

Prof. Dr. Steffen Kinkel is Professor for International Management, Innovation Management and Networked Business at Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences. He is founder and director of the Institute for Learning and Innovation in Networks (ILIN). From July 2004 to August 2012 he was Head of the Competence Centre „Industrial and Service Innovations“ at the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI. In 2003 he obtained his PhD in business administration from Stuttgart University. In 1995 he obtained his diploma in industrial engineering from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

Prof. Kinkel has coordinated numerous national and international research projects. His main research areas include global and local value chains, offshoring and re-/backshoring, Industry 4.0, smart business models, production and innovation networks, evaluation of company locations, and technology planning and foresight.

 

Participation to the workshop is free of charge: travel and accommodation costs at the charge of participants.
Registration is mandatory, to be done through this link:
https://www.economia.unipd.it/digital-manufacturing

For further information please contact: info.digitalmanufacturing@unipd.it