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September 22, 2017
Column
A view from Brussels by Daniel Gros

It is a common belief that Europe needs more investment, but not according to Daniel Gros: actually, less investments may indicate more growth

September 18, 2017

What does thinking mean? Can machines think, or is it something that only humans can do? In this extract from his book “Artificial Intelligence. What everybody needs to know”, Jerry Kaplan discusses questions that, starting from the technological progress, touch the meaning of our existence itself, but remain – perhaps for now – unanswered.

September 15, 2017
Column
Our Man in Paris by Francesco Saraceno

A comparative analysis of the German labour market to evaluate Macron’s loi travail as well as the Italian context, in the latest editorial of our man in Paris, Francesco Saraceno

September 13, 2017

LUISS University will be holding a workshop on sustainable development goals and integrated thinking with several national and foreign partners at Columbia University in New York. An event that will be addressing an issue of great global significance, with a focus on the business world

LUISS Digest
September 19, 2017

Reuters

Giovanni Orsina analyzes the strengths of the candidate

September 18, 2017

Financial Times

Massimiliano Panarari comments on constitutional charter of Five Stars Movement

September 11, 2017

Economist

Investment and cutting large debt. How Italy can increase its productivity. An analysis by Marcello Messori

September 4, 2017

Bloomberg

Giuseppe Di Taranto on poverty in Italy  

August 29, 2017

Les Echos

Francesco Cherubini sur la stratégie italienne pour la coopération avec autres pays

August 28, 2017

The Guardian

Giovanni Orsina on integration policies and public opinion

Previous articles
September 11, 2017

The discussion on the renewal of the Cotonou Agreement between the EU and African, Caribbean and Pacific areas, which is due to expire in 2020, was the focus of a seminar organized by the LUISS School of Government

September 8, 2017
Editorial Open Society

Paola Severino analyzes risks and opportunities in using digital divices and the Internet: from cyber attacks to the international prevention and control network with a particular focus on bitcoin and blockchain

September 6, 2017
Column
Electric Sheep by Luigi Laura

A mysterious inventor, whose identity is unknown. A new currency, issued not from a sovereign state but from a computer network and not controlled by banks or governments. A very short introduction to the $ 65 billion’s electronic currency.

September 4, 2017

An analytical study by Silvio Martuccelli, Giovanni Di Lorenzo and Vittorio Occorso sheds light on all the legal aspects of mala gestio and management responsibility

August 31, 2017
Book Europe

A second extract from Martin Sandbu’s book on the European Single Currency and the economic crisis. The Italian translation of the volume will be out soon for LUISS University Press

August 28, 2017

In this excerpt from the book “Global Inequality. A new approach for the age of globalization”, Branko Milanovic analyzes workers conditions, education perspectives and the future of rich countries’ middle classes

August 24, 2017

Gianfranco Pellegrino is a researcher at LUISS’s Political Science Department. He deals with topics such as Global Justice, Political Philosophy and Political Theory

August 22, 2017

What pushes terrorists to strike? Do their homicides require courage to be accomplished, or is it not, rather, a case of cowardice? This examination by Alessandro Orsini reveals the driving forces behind the Italian extreme left terrorism