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Economics - Campus - 20.10.2022

Economics - Campus - 27.05.2022
Emre Soyer and Robin M. Hogarth present the book ’The Myth of Experience’, a critical look at the value of experience
This joint work by the PhD and his professor on the UPF doctoral programme in Economics, Finance and Management, explores learning from decisions to improve them, both in life and in business.

Economics - Media - 10.03.2022
A study analyses the cost-free culture in the consumption of digital journalistic information in Spain
An investigation by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) analyses the low willingness of citizens to pay for the consumption of journalistic information on the Internet and the industry's inability to monetise digital content.

Innovation - Economics - 08.03.2022
The Internet of Things (IoT) applied to cities
UPF is leading a project dealing with mobility as a service (MaaS) to understand how to spread the word about the possibilities offered by the IoT to companies and businesses.

Health - Economics - 08.02.2022
Most of the food and drinks advertised using the ’Mediterranean’ concept do not form part of the Mediterranean diet
Research by the UOC and the UPF shows that just 13.6% of the products analysed have high nutritional values.

Economics - 04.02.2022
The influence of European governance on the economic and social policies of Member States has been analysed
Research undertaken by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) analyses the impact of European economic governance on labour and social reforms that have taken place in Spain in recent years and how they will determine post-Covid reforms. The results have been published in the book, "El impacto social de la gobernanza económica europea" ("The Social Impact of European Economic Governance").

Economics - Administration - 20.01.2022
How costly and effective have relief mechanisms been in alleviating the effects of the pandemic?
This is the subject of study of Mircea Epure, a researcher at the UPF Department of Economics and Business, who will lead a project funded under the 2021 call for Social Research by the -la Caixa- Foundation.

Economics - Environment - 28.10.2021
An innovative model allows the fair distribution of costs for preparedness for natural disasters in the Caribbean
The research, which is committed to multinational collaboration to better respond to increasing natural disasters in the region, based on joint advanced provision of emergency supplies, is led by Jessica Rodríguez-Pereira, a researcher with the UPF Department of Economics and Business.

Innovation - Economics - 02.06.2021

Computer Science - Economics - 14.05.2021
An entrepreneurial team with roots in UPF founds the first European startup specializing in combating the dangers of artificial intelligence
The company EXPAI is working towards achieving more understandable, safer and fairer artificial intelligence, and its methodology enables detecting racist, sexist or LGBTI-phobic algorithms.

Economics - Research Management - 13.05.2021