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January 15, 2018
Editoriale Open Society

Plutocratic populists and the Italian experience: a little exercise in historical comprehension

December 8, 2017
Editoriale Open Society

LUISS Open further explores inequality, with a contribution by Andrea Brandolini, Romina Gambacorta e Alfonso Rosolia focused on the trends in Italian economy


December 1, 2017
Editoriale Open Society

The last few days saw bitcoins reaching the record value of USD 11,000. Apart from this last peak, happening in a market that is proving quite volatile, currently between 9000 and 10000 US dollars are needed to buy a single unit of the most popular – not the only one – of all cryptocurrencies to enter a market worth roughly 170 billion dollars

December 1, 2017

Fabrizio Barca, economist and former minister, in a conversation with LUISS Open on the new economic, social and recognition faults criss-crossing our continent. Said inequalities also have a territorial aspect. He goes on to describe a European policy (a bit of an ill-treated one) that would be very effective in treating the wounds of the Old Continent


LUISS Digest
January 9, 2018

The Times

Stefano Manzocchi comments the economic purposes in the electoral campaigns

January 8, 2018

The Times

Roberto D’Alimonte on the elections on March 4 in Italy

January 2, 2018

Financial Times

Giovanni Orsina analyzes the political debate

January 2, 2018

International New York Times

Sergio Fabbrini on the role of Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni

December 15, 2017

El País

Sebastiano Maffettone comenta la ley que introduce el testamento vital en Italia

December 13, 2017

El Confidencial

Alfonso Giordano comenta la crisis demográfica en Italia

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November 29, 2017
Editoriale Europe

The European Commission’s slap on Italy’s wrist does not take into account a few factors: the robustness of our budget surpluses, the generous contribution to the European home and those advantages that the Euro has granted to the reference country in the Old Continent, that is to say Germany. These are the elements that Brussels should consider before sending its next letter

November 21, 2017
Editoriale Europe

The reason why the “Jamaica coalition” of conservatives, liberals and greens has collapsed in Germany, and why it will now be difficult to replace it. Immigration, the shaky leadership of the parties and the advancement of the extreme come into play. Europe is shaking.


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


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.