Social Economy

4 June 2015

Cohesive Economy. The Italian Way to Create Shared Value

The key role played by the firms in building a new kind of welfare is going to become even more relevant, especially as actors able to […]
9 February 2015

138 – Education, health and subjective wellbeing in Europe

Abstract The productive and allocative theories predict that education has positive impact on health: the more educated adopt healthier life styles and use more efficiently health […]
7 September 2014

Hybridization as Systemic Innovation: Italian Social Enterprise on the Move

Paper presentato da Sara Rago di AICCON Ricerca in occasione della sesta edizione dell’International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC) che si è svolta dall’1 al 3 […]
31 July 2014

Social/Civil Economy – And how it is Gradually Transforming the Economic Environment

Abstract The crisis we are living is multifaceted as it affects at least five (economic, financial, environmental, currency-related and wellbeing-related) dimensions. As such it requires solutions […]
31 March 2014

135 – Some insights on procrastination: a curse or a productive art?

Abstract The choice between performing a task today or procrastinating it until tomorrow or later is the building block of any economic action. In our paper […]
31 January 2014

133 – A dynamic model of Gambling addiction with social costs: theory and policy solutions

Abstract We investigate the effects of gambling addiction in a dynamic model in which wellbeing crucially depends on the accumulation of relational goods which is weakened […]
8 January 2014

132 – Information & belief elicitation effects on charitable giving: An artefactual field experiment

Abstract We examine by means of an artefactual field experiment on a representative sample of Italian adults, the impact of information and belief elicitation on charitable-giving […]
15 November 2013

129 – Corporate social responsibility and profit volatility: theory and empirical evidence

Abstract Corporate social responsibility implies extra care for the wellbeing of stakeholders different from shareholders. In our theoretical model we show that, when this principle implies […]
31 July 2013

124 – Intrinsic Motivation in the Labor Market: Not Too Much, Thank You

Abstract We study the screening problem of a firm that needs to hire a worker to produce output and that observes neither the productive ability nor […]
15 July 2013

123 – The Lemons Problem in a Labor Market with Intrinsic Motivation

Abstract We study the Lemons Problem when workers have private information on both their skills and their intrinsic motivation for the job offered by firms in […]