CLEAN Seminar Series: Calendar

CLEAN Seminar Series: Calendar

CLEAN Seminar Series

In 2019, we started the CLEAN Seminar Series, which every two weeks hosts a presentation by a CLEAN or an external researcher. Starting in March 2020, seminars moved to an online format. Below, we provide the full list of speakers.


Seminars lists


31 October 2019
Fueling Organized Crime: Oil Thefts and the Mexican Drug War
Marco Le Moglie, Bocconi University


4 December 2019
Are Biometric Identification Machines Helping to Clean Up Elections? Evidence from Colombia
Manoel Gehrke, Bocconi University


15 January 2020
Life-Course Criminal Trajectories of Mafia Members
Gian Maria Campedelli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore


5 February 2020
Corruption under Austerity
Gianmarco Daniele, Bocconi University


1 April 2020
Urban criminal networks and the optimality of tough-on-crime policies
Magdalena Dominguez Perez, University of Barcelona


15 April 2020
Who Watches the Watchmen? Local News and Police Behaviour in the United States
Nicola Mastrorocco, Trinity College Dublin


14 May 2020
How Criminal Organizations Expand to Strong States: Migrants’ Exploitation and Vote Buying in
Northern Italy
Gemma Dipoppa, University of Pennsylvania


3 June 2020
Corruption and Extremism
Massimo Morelli, Bocconi University


15 June 2020
The Spirit of Ramadan and Criminal Acquittals: Causal Evidence from Pakistan
Sultan Mehmood, Aix-Marseille School of Economics


25 June 2020
Do far-right mayors increase the probability of hate-crimes? Evidence from Italy
Alessio Romarri, University of Barcelona


9 July 2020
Urban criminal networks and the optimality of tough-on-crime policies (reading group)
Magdalena Dominguez Perez, University of Barcelona


14 September 2020
Machine Learning can Predict Bank Frauds
Rohrkemper Robert, Associate Director Worldline and Atos


28 September 2020
Immigrants, Legal Status, and Illegal Trade
Brett McCully, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)


12 October 2020
Individual Economic Shocks and Access to Justice: Evidence from Matched Labor and Court Data
Diogo Britto (Bocconi University)  


26 October 2020
Judicial Corruption, Favor Exchange and the Rule of Law
Bakhtawar Ali (CERP)  


9 November 2020
Politics by Denunciation
Giovanna Invernizzi (Columbia University)  


23 November 2020
The Geography of Gang Violence Individual Economic Shocks and Access to Justice: Evidence from Matched Labor and Court Data
Jesse Bruhn (Brown University)   


14 December 2020
Organized Crime, Earthquakes and Local Public Procurement: Evidence from Italy
Giovanna Marcolongo (Bocconi University)