Conferences, seminars, workshops and round tables are often held at CEIS with the main task of stimulating academicians, policy makers, entrepreneurs and students on the debate concerning economic issues. Furthermore, on a weekly basis, a series of seminars are given by invited speakers coming not only from other universities but also the business world.

Rome Dialogue I
Monday 03 April 2023
The promise of labor market integration to promote orderly asylum seeking
14th Symposium on ICT, Environment, Climate Change and Circular Economy
Tuesday 25 October 2022
25 October 2​022, School of Economics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata
Global Model United Nations 2022
Monday 24 October 2022
24 - 26 October 2022
GMUN online
Thursday 29 September 2022
The DevEconMeet will take place at the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Florence on September 29-30, 2022.
Jobs, Innovation and Value Chains in the age of Climate Change
Tuesday 21 June 2022
21 - 24 June 2022
Sistema Salute, Governance Farmaceutica e Tetti di Spesa: nuovi paradigmi
Tuesday 21 December 2021
Presentazione I° Rapporto dell’ Osservatorio sulla Governance dei farmaci in ottica di HTA del EEHTA-CEIS 21 Dicembre 2021 ore 10:30, Centro Congressuale ...
CEIS Seminars James Fenske (University of Warwick)
Friday 12 November 2021
Did railways affect literacy? Evidence from India
CEIS Seminars Ruediger Frey (University of Vienna)
Friday 29 October 2021
Markov modulated affine processes and applications to the securitization of European government bonds
Friday 15 October 2021
Rational Bubbles in Non-Linear Business Cycle Models
Gender gap tra percezione e opportunità: prima, durante e dopo l'università
Wednesday 13 October 2021
Marianna Brunetti, Annalisa Fabretti, Mariangela Zoli Facoltà di Economia - Università di Roma Tor Vergata
3rd Edition of International School for Advanced Training
Monday 21 June 2021
Impact Evaluation of Development Policies: Concepts, Methods, Applications
Tuesday 15 June 2021
Immigrants supply of personal services, female labour supply and household behaviour in the hosting economy