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Curso "Mechanism Design and Local Regulation: the Case of Welfare"

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Turin School of Local Regulation, Italia

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Cuándo 12/12/2013 08:00 a
13/12/2013 18:00
Dónde Turín, Italia
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Course Faculty:

- Larry ABER, New York University

- Franco BECCHIS, Turin School of Local Regulation

- Andrea GALLICE, University of Torino

- Selim GULESCI, University Bocconi

- Project managers from local urban projects

Target participants:

- Managers and practitioners of grant-giving organizations (foundations, charities, NGOs, …)

- Public officials and policy-makers in charge of designing local policies for welfare

- Officials in charge of designing and managing incentive policies and instruments in the education sector

- Professionals

- Researchers 

Course Fee:

1.150,00 EUR (tuition fee, materials, accommodation)

For conditions and discounted rates visit the website

GET 250 EUR DISCOUNT REGISTERING WITHIN OCT. 18!

 

Scholarships:

The Turin School of Local Regulation offers a limited number of scholarships for 50% coverage of the tutition fee. For conditions visit the website.

DEADLINE FOR EARLY-BIRD FEE AND FOR SCHOLARSHIPS EXTENDED:

REGISTER WITHIN OCT. 18!

A 2-day insight on how Game Theory and Mechanism Design can help rethinking local welfare policies.

The crisis of welfare public expenditure, in particular at local level, calls for a fresh rethinking on the way money is used for services and distributed to families and individuals for welfare subsidies and help.

When talking about welfare policies or benevolent and charitable activities, sometimes limited attention is given to players’ behavior in this context, to the incentives that lead their choices, to distribution of information and consequent strategies. Nonetheless, Game Theory and Mechanism Design Theory provided very interesting theoretical contributions that might suggest useful practical hints if adapted to each context.

PROGRAMME:

- INTRODUCTION AND THEORETICAL ELEMENTS.

- CASE STUDIES AND FIELD EXPERIMENTS: comparison between programmes of asset building and Conditional Cash Transfers in developing and industrialized contries.

- WORKING GROUPS for a critical analysis of a case study (virtual or proposed by the course participants).

To read the detailed programme visit: http://www.turinschool.eu/eep/welfare

 

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