January 20 2010

The Economics of Culture, Institutions and Crime

This scientific conference addresses, through the "lens" of economics, issues that are increasingly debated in the broader political and social arena, such as cultural and institutional roots of crime, ethnic diversity and integration, family values and women’s rights, juvenile delinquency.

The role of economists in this debate is to develop empirical strategies and theoretical models able to analyze and quantify the forces at play, with a particular concern to causality issues that are crucial in the design of sound policies.

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei

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