L'impatto economico dell'Universita' del Piemonte Orientale "Amedeo Avogadro": un aggiornamento al 2008
AbstractThis paper measures, for year 2008, the short term economic impact of the University of Piemonte Orientale (Italy) on the geographic area which defines its demographic recruitment basin. The 3 poles University has a significant impact on current flows (income, consumption, investments, employment ) even if the main effect is the strong increase in human capital accumulation in the area, a phenomenon whose implications reach the medium long term horizon. The overall , direct and indirect economic impact is about 150-300 millions on local income and about 3500-6000 units on local employment, according to different (low and high) multiplier.
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