Wednesday, 19 September 2018 back

Chiude con successo l'AISRe a Bolzano. Prossima edizione al GSSI

Il GSSI - Gran Sasso Science Institute ha partecipato alla 39Conferenza Scientifica Annunale dell' AISRe - Associazione Italiana di Scienze Regionali, che si è tenuta a Bolzano dal 17 al 19 settembre 2018.

Matteo Del Fabbro (alumnus del GSSI) ha ricevuto il Certificate of Honour - Giorgio Leonardi Doctoral Award per la sua tesi "Transforming Proximity. Local actors enacting territorial strategies and restructuring policy-making in metropolitan Milan".

Il GSSI-AISRe prize for the Best Paper è andato a Lisa Gianmoena (Università di Pisa) per il suo articolo "The determinants of resilience in European regions during the Great Recession: a Bayesian model averaging approach" scritto insieme a Vicente Rios (Università di Navarra).

Il GSSI ospiterà la conferenza AISRe del 2019 a L'Aquila: guarda il teaser dell'evento al GSSI.


The GSSI – Gran Sasso Science Institute took part in the 39th Annual Scientific Conference of the Italian Association of Regional Science (AISRe), in Bolzano, 17-19 September 2018.

Matteo Del Fabbro (GSSI Alumnus) received the Certificate of Honour - Giorgio Leonardi Doctoral Award for his dissertation titled "Transforming Proximity. Local actors enacting territorial strategies and restructuring policy-making in metropolitan Milan", supervisor Tommaso Vitale, Sciences Po, Paris. The president of the jury, Roberto Camagni, handed him the prize during the social dinner of the AISRe.

The GSSI-AISRe prize for the Best Paper by a Young Researcher (10th edition) was awarded to Lisa Gianmoena (University of Pisa) for her paper “The determinants of resilience in European regions during the Great Recession: a Bayesian model averaging approach” co-authored with Vicente Rios (University of Navarra).

The GSSI will host the 2019 AISRe Conference in L'Aquila: watch the teaser of the next 2019 event.