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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

December 19, 2017
Column Open Society
The Job Diaries by Michel Martone

The current Pensions Act has the merit of putting a band-aid on social security expenditure. The system, however – as a result of the demographic revolution that has taken place since the 1970s – remains in itself unbalanced and disadvantageous for young people. The “youthquake” has moved away in Italy. An essay by professor Martone


December 15, 2017
Column Uncategorized
A view from Brussels by Daniel Gros

Daniel Gros analyses the state of regional convergence within the European context. He finds that different country groups have had quite different experiences following the financial crisis and that in most cases there has been little convergence across regions within countries. More importantly, the seemingly permanent differences in regional per capita income are for some countries mainly the result of differences in occupation ratios.

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.


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 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

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