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July 30, 2019
Editorial Column Europe
A view from Brussels by Daniel Gros

This is where the unexpected slowdown in the first Eurozone economy comes from: weak consumption, the role of immigration, stagnant productivity and fearful exporters. What if German economy was “stable” rather than “dynamic”? The analysis by Daniel Gros for Luiss Open

by Lorenzo De Sio Mark N. Luana Russo
July 9, 2019
Book Europe

The first European Parliament elections after the Brexit referendum, the first after the election of Donald Trump and the success of populist parties (and the instalment of “populist” governments) around Europe. The European Parliament elections of 2019 were a first in many aspects, pointing to relevant questions that might be answered once the votes were in. A new work by Luiss CISE

June 13, 2019
Column Europe
A view from Brussels by Daniel Gros

Italy is a high savings country. Its households dispose of a net worth of around 10 thousand billion euro and financial assets of over 4 thousand billion euro.  This means that in principle the national public debt of around 2 thousand billion euro cou …

interview with Mark Thatcher
May 16, 2019
Interview Open Society

What is the connection between nationalism and the promotion of a country’s cultural heritage? An interview with Mark Thatcher on the production of cultural nationalism.

LUISS Digest
July 23, 2018

La Stampa

Gianni Riotta racconta la storia di Sergio Marchionne alla guida di FCA

July 23, 2018

La Repubblica

Il commento di Marcello Messori sull’Euro summit di giugno

July 19, 2018

Financial Times

Pietro Reichlin on the “dignity” labour reform

July 11, 2018

Il Foglio

Dibattito sull’uscita dall’Euro. L’analisi di Franco Passacantando 

July 9, 2018

Il Sole 24 Ore

“Uno spettro si aggira per l’Europa, ma questa volta si tratta del sovranismo”. L’editoriale di Sergio Fabbrini

July 9, 2018

The Guardian

Professor Christopher Hein on the Italian immigration policy

Previous articles
interview with Giovanni Piccirilli
May 15, 2019
Interview Open Society

An interview with Giovanni Piccirilli about the so-called “Taricco rule” and how it influence the complex relationship between Courts, and in particular, the complex course of the Italian Constitutional Court towards the European integration

interview with Valentina Meliciani
May 14, 2019
Interview Open Society

An interview with Valentina Meliciani: how regulation and networking between researchers can be the main drivers of “environmental innovation”.

interview with Enzo Peruffo
May 8, 2019
Interview Open Society

“The great challenge of the university thus concerns the impact it creates: to develop knowledge that has an impact on the life of organizations and stakeholders”. An interview with Enzo Peruffo

by Paolo Spagnoletti
April 10, 2019

How to frame the digital transformation? What are the winning strategies? How to implement them effectively? Where to start? In a very open and collaborative spirit, 20 Italian Top Managers responsible for the digital transformation of their companies, have taken part to the Digital Advisory Board (DAB) to gain insights on the impact of digital technologies.

April 5, 2019
Editorial Column Europe
A view from Brussels by Daniel Gros

The view that deficits and higher public debt can be beneficial has received an important boost through the recent presidential address of Prof. Olivier Blanchard at the American Economic Association, entitled: “Public debt and low interest rates”. A new editorial by Daniel Gros.

October 16, 2018
Column Europe
A view from Brussels by Daniel Gros

Plans by the Italian government for a deficit of 2.4 % instead of pursuing the adjustment path agreed with the EU have led to a sharp increase in the yields on Italian debt, with the yields on ten-year bonds rising above 3%. Italy seems to be only one step away from such an explosive feedback loop.

by Sergio Marchionne
July 25, 2018

“The essence of leadership: personally assuming the moral duty to do something, to act, to take part in the process of building the future. Acknowledging one’s own responsibility to give future generations hope for something better.” The message that Sergio Marchionne has left to the LUISS community

by Roberto Saviano Tom Nichols
July 13, 2018
Video Open Society

How is it possible that knowledge and understanding have become something to be weary of? Roberto Saviano interviewed at LUISS University Tom Nichols, author of the book “La conoscenza e i suoi nemici. L’era dell’incompetenza e i rischi per la democrazia”, LUISS University Press, 2018 (The Death of Expertise, Oxford University Press, 2017).