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November 13, 2017

Last week, LUISS University hosted the 5th Innovation in Information Infrastructures (III) workshop, focused on transformation in digital infrastructures. An interview with Panos Constantinides, Associate Professor in Information Systems at the Warwick Business School.

November 8, 2017

Access to funding means greater success opportunities for startups. The “crowd” can be generous, as well as helpful in promoting new ideas on marketing and product development, according to a study on 60 European startups by professors Di Pietro (LUISS), Prencipe (LUISS) and Majchrzak (University of Southern California)

November 2, 2017
Editoriale Entrepreneurship

UK, and in particular London, is seen as an exemplar of best practice when it comes to managing major projects. Professor Andrew Davies shows us how megaprojects (project costing more than US$1bn) such as the London 2012 Olympics and Crossrail were successfully delivered.

October 27, 2017

The LUISS School of European Political Economy continues to examine the German line on the reform of the single currency and the European Union. The new policy document by Baglioni and Bordignon responds to the “non-paper” by its former Minister of Finance

LUISS Digest
October 18, 2017

Le Figaro

Giorgio Di Giorgio sur la crise bancarie italiennie e la proximite des petites banques local

October 18, 2017

New york Times

Roberto D’Alimonte on Lombardy and Veneto referendum

October 16, 2017

Financial Times

Francesco Saraceno explains in which sectors italian labor market has been restored

October 11, 2017

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Professors from LUISS School of European Political Economy on EMU reform

October 9, 2017

New York Times

Nicola Borri on the effect of Catalogna’s referendum on national soverign debt

September 19, 2017


Giovanni Orsina analyzes the strengths of the candidate

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October 19, 2017
Libri Open Society

Platforms like Google, Amazon or Facebook seek to build up ecosystems of goods and services that close off competitors, turning themselves into monopolies. If they wish to remain competitive, they must intensify their extraction, analysis, and control of data – and they must invest in the fixed capital to do so.

October 18, 2017
Editorial Open Society

Today, as Indian politics sees a rise in violence against religious, ethnic and other minorities, and the erosion of empathy as a public value, a return to Gandhi can help heal the deep divisions growing within the country. A recent Supreme Court judgment protecting the privacy of citizens gives a new lease of life to the Gandhian insistence on the sovereignty of the self.

October 16, 2017
Libri Open Society

On October 22, the Lombardy and Veneto Regions of Italy will vote to decide on the request for greater autonomy. Constitutionalist Valerio Onida, in an essay from an upcoming book, illustrates the genetic limitations and possible changes for the Italian Regions

October 12, 2017

A group of German and French intellectuals have put forward some proposals for the advancement of the Eurozone. But their ideas – comes the reply by a group of LUISS economists – is likely to aggravate the evils they intend to cure. An exchange of open letters on Le Monde and Faz followed

October 9, 2017
Libri Open Society

Robots today represent a great opportunity for innovation and growth, but also a serious threat to all workers. But is it true that these machines and, more generally, systems with artificial intelligence will steal our place in the world? How will it happen? And what about the consequence on our society?

September 26, 2017

Angela Merkel is Chancellor again, but building a coalition government will not be an easy task. Future developments following this election will also have an impact on the European Union: from austerity to the European Monetary Fund and Schäuble’s role, the forecasts in a paper by the LUISS School of European Political Economy

September 25, 2017
Editoriale Europe

In the aftermath of the German vote, Christian Blasberg analyzes – with an exclusive feature for LUISS Open – the results party by party, along with the scenarios for the possible new governments, from the große Koalition to the expected (some more, some less) returns to the Bundestag.

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.