Goal of the RISIS Research Seminars
The goal of the RISIS Research Seminars is to foster the exchange of ideas within and outside RISIS community.
In each seminar, scholars and practitioners present and discuss their ongoing research. Seminars promote communication among scholars at a critical stage of their research on a shared topic.
The seminars should involve a broad scholarly audience within and outside RISIS. External presenters might be involved, according to the relevance of their research for RISIS and the use of the RISIS infrastructure.
To improve the effectiveness of the seminars, a discussant from the scientific community is involved.
Seminar general outline
Each seminar will take place from 12.30 AM to 2.00 PM (Time Zone in Rome, Italy) and include two slots:
- Presentation of the paper/research (45 minutes)
- Virtual floor discussion (45 minutes)
The research seminars takes place usually on a monthly base, from September to May.
For 2020, please save the following dates:
Presented by Barbara Antonioli Mantegazzini, USI (Università della Svizzera Italiana)
VIDEO AND PRESENTATION
Presented by Giovanni Cerulli, CNR- IRCrES (Research Institute of Suistainable Economic Growth)
11th of November – R&D networks and their effects on heterogeneous modes of knowledge creation: Evidence from a spatial econometric perspective
Presented by Thomas Scherngell and Martina Neuländtner, AIT (Austrian Institute of Technology)
9th of December – Alternative data sources for bibliometric analyses: pros and cons, benefits and caveats
Presented by Martijn Visser, CWTS (Leiden University)
Be a presenter
If you are interested to be one of our presenter, please contact Dr Marco Cavallaro (USI)