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Cerimonia di consegna dei diplomi del Master of Advanced Studies in Intercultural Communication
Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Sabato 10 dicembre 2016 Auditorio, campus di Lugano Programma 11:45 Presentazione dei progetti della classe MIC7, con moderazione e sintesi del prof. Edo Poglia (Direttore scientifico MIC) 12:30 Pausa pranzo 13:30 15.45 Presentazione dei...

Le Conseil fédéral nomme Catherine Mühlemann à la vice-présidence de Suisse Tourisme
Monday, September 12, 2016

Lors de sa séance du 9 décembre 2016, le Conseil fédéral a nommé Catherine Mühlemann vice-présidente de Suisse Tourisme. Madame Mühlemann est cheffe d'entreprise, manager de médias, membre de conseils d'administration et, depuis 2008,...

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Speaker: Yvonne-Anne Pignolet   ABB Corporate Research Baden, Switzerland Date: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Place: USI Lugano Campus, room SI-006, Informatics building (Via G. Buffi 13) Time: 10:30   Abstract: Modeling...

A dynamic object model in Unix processes, and what it's good for
Monday, September 12, 2016

Speaker: Stephen Kell   University of Cambridge, UK Date: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Place: USI Lugano Campus, room SI-004, Informatics building (Via G. Buffi 13) Time: 13:30   Abstract: Today's diversity of languages,...

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12 November Guest workers in the underground economy

Guest-worker programs have been providing rapidly growing economies with millions of temporary foreign workers over the last couple of decades. With the duration of stay strictly limited by program rules in most of the host countries and wages paid to guest workers often set at sub-market levels, many of the migrants choose to overstay and seek employment in the underground economy. This paper...

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Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

12 November Resistance to the regulation of common resources in rural Tunisia

We examine the effect of the introduction of uniform water-charging for aquifer management and provide evidence using a survey-based choice experiment of agricultural water users in rural Tunisia. Theoretically, we show that the implementation of the proposed second-best regulation would result both in efficiency gains and in distributional effects in favour of small landholders. Empirically, we...

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Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

12 November The principle of common concern and climate change

Effective policies combating global warming and incentivising reduction of greenhouse gases face fundamental collective action problems. States defending short term interests avoid international commitments and seek to benefit from measures combating global warming taken elsewhere. The paper explores the potential of Common Concern as an emerging principle of international law, in particular...

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University of Zürich - Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and IT

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