CIdE is the acronym for Centro Interuniversitario di Econometria born in 1987 to promote, support and coordinate research and teaching in Econometrics, with a number of activities such as conferences, seminars, a summer school, post-graduate courses, among others.
CIdE regroups some Universities (Ancona, Bergamo, Bocconi, Bologna, Firenze, Milano Statale, Modena, Padova, Palermo, Pavia, Roma La Sapienza, Roma Tor Vergata, Torino, Trieste, Venezia, Verona, Università dell'Insubria Varese) and public research centers (Bank of Italy and ISTAT) to promote, support and coordinate research and training in Econometrics.
Since 1987, CIdE organises the Summer School in Econometrics. During the years, the summer School received the most prestigious worldwide econometrics, such as the winners of the Nobel Prize in economics in 2003, Robert Engle e Clive Granger.
Moreover, CIdE arranges Econometric courses for PhD students in English. Every year, these courses are a good opportunity for young Italian research scholars to learn the most advanced econometric techniques.