Working Paper

8 Luglio 2021

187 – Measuring investments progress in ecological transition

Measuring investments progress in ecological transition: the Green Investment Financial Tool (GIFT) approach Leonardo Becchetti, University of Rome Tor Vergata Mauro Cordella, TECNALIA, Basque Research and […]
7 Maggio 2021

186 – Cooperative Movement and Prosperity across Italian Regions

Abstract Our main objective is exploring the association between widespread prosperity and the presence of the cooperative movement at the regional level in Italy between 2010 […]
23 Marzo 2021

185 – The social impact of living indexes: the case of Next

Abstract The design of proper environmental and social indicators is one of the most critical challenges when monitoring and implementing corporate and government policy measures toward […]
9 Febbraio 2021

184 – What Do Cooperative Firms Maximize, if at All? Evidence from Emilia-Romagna in the pre-Covid Decade

Paper di Guido Caselli, Unioncamere Emilia-Romagna; Michele Costa, University of Bologna e Flavio Delbono, University of Bologna. Riassunto Abbiamo svolto un accurato esame statistico dei bilanci […]
1 Dicembre 2020

183 – Responsible Consumption and Ethical Brands for Sustainable and Fair Development: The Case of Libera Terra

Abstract The paper aims at analysing responsible consumption and ethical production phenomena, particularly focusing on the pioneer role of social enterprises in the change process of […]
2 Ottobre 2020

182 – Commonism and Capabilities

The paper is focused on how to approach commons management and preservation issues without using of market institutions. For doing this, we adopt a Marxian viewpoint […]
18 Giugno 2020

181 – Tackling entrepreneurship in recovered enterprises

Abstract Recovered enterprises, as labour- or worker-managed firms, are investor-owned business which have been taken over by their former employees. Although not completely unknown, only recently […]
31 Marzo 2020

180 – Avoiding a “despair death crisis” in Europe. The drivers of human (un)sustainability

Abstract The emergence of the despair death crisis in the US stimulates researchers and policymakers to look at subjective wellbeing data from a different perspective. We […]
10 Marzo 2020

179 – The gender happiness paradox

Abstract According to the gender happiness paradox women are signi ficantly more likely to declare high levels of life satisfaction than men after controlling for all relevant […]
5 Febbraio 2020

178 – Regional inequality and subjective wellbeing

Abstract We contribute to the literature investigating the relationship between subjective wellbeing and income inequality by testing the nexus between the two variables using regional inequality […]