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G.R.E.E.N. Project


The G.R.E.E.N. Project - “Global Rules, Ethics and Economics Network” is a global network among research centers of excellence, that will act as hubs in extending its vision and mission around the world.

These centers provide local support for graduate students, post-docs, professors and practitioners, and will provide an infrastructure for scholars to travel and more easily collaborate with colleagues from around the world.


The Conduct Costs Project


Among the research projects developed with the support of the AISES Academy, there is also the The Conduct Costs Project. This project is about the conduct costs of banks. For banks, the expression "conduct costs" is generally taken to mean regulatory fines and other sums paid by banks of a similar nature (including sums paid in settlement of regulatory proceedings) which reflect on their disciplinary behaviour. Essentially, the project is concerned with the discovery, calculation and analysis of these costs. The sums involved are huge.

The Italian Team

Roberto Miccú, Professor University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Valerio De Luca, President AISES Academy
Other members:
Domenico Siclari, Ministry of the Economy and Finance(MEF) and University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Gioacchino Amato, Consob(the Italian Stock Exchange Authority) and Florence University
Matteo Laruffa, Research fellow

Here you find an overview of the project Overview of the Conduct Costs Project [PDF].




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