CiMET - Italy's National University Centre for Applied Economic Studies
Partner Universities: Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna | Politecnico di Milano | Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia | Università del Salento | Università IULM di Milano | Università Politecnica delle Marche | Università di Bari Aldo Moro | Università di Ferrara | Università di Firenze | Università "Gabriele D'Annunzio" di Chieti-Pescara | Università di Enna "Kore" | Università di Macerata | Università di Napoli Federico II | Università di Napoli L'Orientale | Università di Napoli Parthenope | Università di Palermo | Università di Salerno | Università del Sannio | Università di Trento | Università di Udine |
We are a Community of Scholars active in social sciences.
We are inspired by the need to get a comprehensive understanding of what happens “in the real world".
We wish to offer a relevant and rigorous contribution to the academic and policy-making debate at international, national and local level.
News on our activities
Studying, monitoring and evaluating public policies is one of the objectives of our academic CiMET academic network since its foundation. In this perspective we think, not only as not only as scholars but also as citizens, that it is fundamental to promote an activity of analysis of the main of the main actions planned and implemented and implemented in the PNRR. This is why we have created PNRR WATCH: a permanent and independent university observatory university observatory dedicated to the PNRR.
Policy Research Meetings
The “CiMET Policy Research Meetings” are close-door talks among a limited number of researchers who intend to develop a common path of critical analysis and scientific production on the research topics of the CiMET network: industry and productive systems, economic and social development, internationalization of firms and territories. Our discussion refers both the mature industrialized countries as well as to new emerging and developing countries.
The “Policy Colloquia" are events gathering academics, practitioners and policymakers and engage them into debates and the exchange of ideas and good practices. Main topics addressed revolves around the the themes characterizing CiMET community: industry and productive systems, economic and social development, the internationalization of businesses and territories.