If purpose goes hand in hand with profit

If purpose goes hand in hand with profit

by Camillo Papini

George Serafeim, Charles M. Williams Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, explains how and why, when companies look at their impact on the world as well as their earnings, they do better than competitors in the long run  

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Remembering Is Welcoming Those Who Have Seen Hell

Remembering Is Welcoming Those Who Have Seen Hell

by Andrea Celauro

Bocconi marks the Day of Remembrance for the victims of the Shoah with a special bibliographic guide. Because, as pointed out by Giunia Gatta, adjunct professor of political philosophy, everyone remembering together means understanding and giving a home to those who survived

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A scholarship in memory of Francesco Daveri

A scholarship in memory of Francesco Daveri

by Tomaso Eridani

Fundraising launched for an MBA tuition waiver to remember the 'economist with a smile'

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Bocconi Challenges Harvard

Bocconi Challenges Harvard

by Davide Ripamonti

An exciting water polo match, Thursday 12 January, between the Milanese team and that of the American university, which testifies to the growth of water sports among Bocconi Sport activities

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I tell young managers: Follow the people, not the role

I tell young managers: Follow the people, not the role

by Emanuele Elli

Margherita Della Valle, Chief Financial Officer of the Vodafone Group and Bocconi Alumna of the Year 2022 talks about herself: from her beginnings in what was then a startup betting on the future of telephony, Omnitel, to financial leadership of Vodafone in an executive role still predominantly male

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2023 OUTLOOK

2023 OUTLOOK

by Francesco Giavazzi, Senior Professor of Macroeconomics

Ten comments to look at the challenges of the new year. First chapter, the ongoing negotiations in Europe on tax reform and its role in reducing the debttoGDP ratio of states and reconfiguring the relationship between the European Commission and its individual components. Will governments be able to deal with it and thus respond to European citizens' demand for happiness and certainty?

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2023 OUTLOOK

2023 OUTLOOK

by Riccardo Sorrentino

Ten comments to look at the challenges of the new year. Last chapter: the views of Irene Tinagli, alumna and chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, on what Europe and individual states can do

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The Centrale del Latte Mosaics Restored and Returned to the City

The Centrale del Latte Mosaics Restored and Returned to the City

by Davide Ripamonti

The works, once located on the boundary wall of the former Centrale del Latte, have been restored by Bocconi and placed in Ravizza Park

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Looking beyond the Crypto Winter

by Tomaso Eridani

With cryptocurrencies in a new low, in this new Story Scanner podcast we discuss if and how the sector will bounce back

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New Made in B4i Entrepreneurs

by Ezio Renda

Drype, Hotiday, Holyfia, Keikibu, Proteso and TerraViva are the new startups that will join the acceleration program. 15 startups were selected for the preacceleration program. Applications open until 8 January 2023 for the new Bocconi for Innovation Startup Call

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Urban Regeneration in the MOOC Curated by Edoardo Croci

by Davide Ripamonti

It will be one of the most important challenges of the coming years, both in developed and developing countries. In the new online course, an indepth analysis of the various perspectives on ecofriendly urban renewal

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Launch of the Institute for European PolicyMaking @ Bocconi University

by Andrea Celauro

Presented at an event in honor of Mario Monti in the presence of the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella, and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, the Institute will act as a research center and think tank on European issues

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FT Ranking, SDA Bocconi Goes into Fourth Gear

by Tomaso Eridani

Bocconi's school of management rises to 4th place in the ranking of Europe's best business schools published by the Financial Times

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The jurist with a passion for Europe and philosophy

by Davide Ripamonti

Full Professor of Civil Law in the Department of Legal Studies, Pietro Sirena was confirmed in his position of Dean of the Bocconi School of Law, with an additional remit concerning the University's legal affairs

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