Europa
interview with Marta Simoncini
February 6, 2020
Interview Open Society

“The non-delegation doctrine is the theory according to which constitutional bodies cannot delegate their constitutionally protected powers to other bodies, abdicating their public function”. An interview with Marta Simoncini about the Erosion of the Meroni Doctrine: The Case of the European Aviation Safety Agency

by Fabiano Schivardi Tom Schmitz
October 9, 2019
Editorial Open Society

“The striking divergence of Southern Europe coincides with the diffusion of information technology (IT) in the mid-1990s, which was a major driver of productivity growth in the leading economies. In Southern Europe, this IT Revolution made relatively little headway”. Fabiano Schivardi and Tom Schmitz explain how in Southern Europe, this IT Revolution has been substantially lower than in other developed countries


interview with Vincenzo Emanuele
October 7, 2019
Interview Open Society

“At the basis of the concept of “convergence” lies “electoral stability and instability”, which is manifested by the “electoral volatility” variable, a measure that quantifies the electoral change at an aggregate level, or the percentage of voters who have changed their vote between two subsequent elections.” Interview with Prof. Emanuele about the electoral instability

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


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 …

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.


January 29, 2018
Column
A view from Brussels by Luigi Marengo

Draghi’s quantitative easing has been a determining factor in breaking the ‘doom loop’ between weak banks and weak Countries. Now, after the extraordinary monetary policies, there is a development cycle stronger than before, as in the case of exports and capital flows

by Antonio Badini
January 19, 2018
Column Open Society
World Disorder by Antonio Badini

The ever more complex relations in the international system have brought major changes in the balance of power, resulting in the need to rethink the relations between nation States as well as the politics of globalization


by Antonio Badini
December 21, 2017
Column Europe
World Disorder by Antonio Badini

The international chessboard has dramatically changed in the last few years, which has altered its balance. In this new piece for the column “World Disorder”, Antonio Badini analyses how western powers (especially Europe and Italy) can tackle this new situation and gain advantage from it

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


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

April 27, 2017
Editorial Europe

A basketball metaphor to analyze Italy’s current position in the Economic and Monetary Union and the European Union in general. The editorial by Marcello Messori, director of the LUISS School of European Political Economy


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