Estimating the economic impact of megaevents
Next session: May 8, 2017
Enrollment opens: April 24, 2017
- Is researcher at Ca’ Foscari University. He has a 10 years’ experience in consulting activities working in Dutch and French consultancy for economic forecast and programming. He achieved a PhD in the field of economic evaluation applied to transports. He has participated to various research projects in Germany and in Italy collaborating with the Universities of Bergamo, Trieste and Venice. In the latest years, he has directed its research on the field of environmental economics, evaluation and tourism. Recently he has achieved various studies on the so-called mega events. He has also been involved in two Olympic bids.
- To be able to estimate rigorously and without distortion, the forecastable impact of a mega event (Olympics, Expo or similar) or to be able to evaluate the validity of estimates produced by others.
How the course is organized
- The course consists in four weeks made of five lectures:
- Methods and results supporting mega events
- Costs and revenues estimates
- Input Output model: Simple Mathematical representation (optional module)
- Input Output methods
- Guidelines for economic impact evaluation
- Students in tourism, consultants, policy advisers. The basic requisite is intellectual curiosity and rigour. Apart from this there are no requisite expect for a lecture where the basic mathematics of Input-output model are exposed,
How my progress will be tracked
- Each unit ends with a 10 questions test. In order to pass the test you will need to answer correctly to at least 7 questions.
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