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Food security and food sustainability, robotics and smart machines, innovation platforms: Sant’Anna School welcomes new faculty members stimulate public interest in their research focus from september 23 to october 14, 2020

Sant’Anna School welcomes new faculty members engaging the audience in Pisa, or virtually - to be responsive to the challenges of the Covid-19...

SINERGIE-SIMA 2020 ONLINE SYMPOSIUM: ACADEMICS AND MANAGERS DISCUSS TODAY’S GRAND CHALLENGES ON 7-8 SEPTEMBER 2020

Titled “Grand Challenges. Company and University working for a better society”, the Sinergie - SIMA conference 2020 will be held virtually...

THE SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE: SINERGIE-SIMA 2020 ONLINE CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD ON SEPTEMBER 7 - 8 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SANT’ANNA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND THE UNIVERSITY OF PISA MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

Titled “Grand Challenges. Company and University working for a better society”, the Sinergie - Scientific Society of Italian Professors of...

Towards a Green New Deal: the first documentary realised for the H2020 project GROWINPRO coordinated by the Institute of Economics of Sant’Anna School is out

The world is facing an unprecedented crisis following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, as many academics and policy makers are pointing...

COVID, REOPENING AND RISK OF NEW LOCKDOWN: A “POLICY BRIEF” BY FACULTY MEMBERS OF SANT’ANNA, IUSS PAVIA, SCIENCES PO AND IRPET ON BEHALF OF THE ITALIAN MINISTRY OF INNOVATION EXPLORES THE IMPACT OF THE ECONOMIC CRISIS

A team of experts from  Sant’Anna School, the Scuola Superiore Universitaria IUSS - Pavia, the OFCE (economic observatory) of Sciences Po –...

sant’anna school graduation ceremony will be held on saturday, February 15, 2020. alumnus GIUSEPPE PROVENZANO, now minister for “SUD E LA COESIONE TERRITORIALE” delivers the keynote address

A celebratory toast to acknowledge academic achievements and express best wishes for the future: Sant’Anna School celebrates the best and...

Economic damages caused by extreme natural disasters have increased drastically over the last 50 years. This is the outcome of a study conducted by researchers of the Sant’Anna School in Pisa and the Pennsylvania State University

Floods, storms, hurricanes, heat waves, droughts, wildfires and landslides are among the natural hazards associated with climate change whose...

big data technologies and simplification provisions to tackle tax evasion: on friday, january 31, scholars and experts discuss tax compliance and privacy at the conference hosted by sant’anna school institute of economics

New computing technologies and machine learning are redefining tax compliance and enforcement. Big data, in particular, help contribute to...

Sant’Anna School leads the project "reCreating Europe", financed by the EU. Three million euro and ten universities involved to measure the impact of digitisation and copyright on creativity, cultural diversity and access to knowledge

3 million euro, 36 months, 10 universities, 8 European countries, more than 25 researchers and experts are the numbers of the ambitious project...

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