Open Society
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 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 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 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 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

August 18, 2017

The strengths and difficulties of Italian tourism in the analysis of Carmela Decaro and Giovanni Piccirilli. This is an extract from the book Il turismo fra diritto internazionale, europeo e italiano (“Tourism in international, European and Italian law”), out soon for LUISS University Press


August 16, 2017

Migration flows have always been a habit for many populations throughout the history of the world. This subject is explored through an excerpt from Alfonso Giordano’s Population Movements (LUISS University Press).

August 10, 2017

The world is evolving and it seems that progress cannot be stopped. But is mankind able to keep the pace and adapt to the changes? Here is Leif Wenar’s view, taken from his recent book published by Oxford University Press. The Italian translation has been published by LUISS University Press


August 9, 2017

Whether the website that finds you a date or the robot that cuts your grass will do it the same way you do doesn’t matter. It will get the job done more quickly, accurately, and at a lower cost than you possibly can.

August 3, 2017

In this preview of the book “Global Inequality. A new approach for the age of globalization”, Branko Milanovic shows how the existence of the citizenship premium has important implications for migration


July 18, 2017
Editorial Open Society

The Director of the Italian Center for Electoral Studies at LUISS, Lorenzo De Sio, presents an analysis of the new strategic guidelines for leaders and parties, in a political landscape of big change

July 17, 2017
Video Open Society

Alessandro Orsini spiega come funzionano le dinamiche del terrorismo sul web in questa intervista esclusiva per LUISS Open


July 5, 2017

An extract from the book “Governare la giustizia. Formazione, monitoraggio, informazione” (“Governing Justice. Training, Monitoring, Informing”) by Daniela Piana, out on LUISS University Press

June 19, 2017

An excerpt of the book “Islam, religion and politics by Francesca Corrao. A focus on the origin of ‘Islamic mediatization’: new medias, the relation with the West, and war strategies.


June 13, 2017
Editorial Open Society

Trump, Paris and ‘climate change. The issue is economic and one of the solution could be a World Climate Bank

June 9, 2017
Video Open Society

An exclusive for LUISS Open, the video interview to Roberto D’Alimonte on the recent developments of the Italian electoral law


May 31, 2017

John A. Mathews for Open tells how China is building a green power system and green industrial system that dwarfs that of any other country.

May 23, 2017
Editorial Open Society

On the 25th anniversary of Giovanni Falcone’s death, Gianfranco Pellegrino discusses the influence of his philosophy on generations of Italians


May 19, 2017
Editoriale Editorial Open Society

In a preview of a soon-to-be-released publication, Michel Martone reflects on the concept of a basic income guarantee, a theme that is ever more central in political debates

May 15, 2017

In their new book, Raffaele Marchetti and Roberta Mulas discuss a pressing hot topic: how to counter the threats coming from the web


April 29, 2017

The denial of climate change is a fact and despite the disagreeing scientific production only accounting for 3% of the entire community, in recent years it has done wonders in winning over the public.

April 19, 2017

A new article by Michel Martone examines a tendency of the Italian labor market, causing employment for those over 50 to increase while that of the under 35 diminishes. The lack of promotion of generational turnover compromises the economic system’s ability to be competitive


April 10, 2017

Giuseppe Di Taranto offers arguments in support of the thesis that favoring legal and inclusive immigration would be as useful for migrants as for productivity and economic stability in the European Union

March 29, 2017

Paola Severino, Antonio Gullo and Cinzia Caporale offer, at the invitation of the Fondazione Veronesi, a rethinking of the penal sanction system


March 22, 2017

The world of finance is going through a period of change and taking a more ethical direction. Greater public awareness on issues of social responsibility and solidarity must in fact bring about the constructive adaptation of the financial sector

March 19, 2017

Valentina Meliciani and Roberta Radicchia investigate recruitment systems in the Italian labor market. Their findings demonstrate that too often, hiring in Italy occurs through “informal networks” that cause reduced mobility for workers and imbalance between education levels and jobs performed


March 17, 2017

A follow up to previous research in Sicily, this study focuses on Campania, particularly on the cities and provinces of Naples and Caserta and extortion by Camorra organizations

March 14, 2017

Leonardo Morlino and Mario Quaranta offer a methodical analysis on how the “quality of democracy” in Europe has changed as a result of economic crisis, by identifying three main deteriorations


March 14, 2017

Alessandro Orsini identifies the key element to understanding terrorist ideology and explains the process that transforms men and women into agents of terror

January 24, 2017

Michele Sorice, Luciano Fasano e Massimiliano Panarari face the transformation of the democratic system in relation to the innovations in the field of communication in their work “Mass media e sfera pubblica”


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