Search

Order by: Relevance | Newest | Oldest

Found documents: 5

Ferdinando Napolitano

Influence, Relevance and Growth for a Changing World

How to Survive & Thrive With IRGtm Beyond ESG


Governments are struggling to respond the needs of the people. The media have lost their traditional equidistance. The public impression of competence, and the trust it engenders, has tilted in favor of corporations putting pressure on them to proactively engage. The Influence, Relevance & Growth (IRG) system based on 10 quantitative parameters offers corporations a new operating model to adapt to ...

Nello Barile

Communication in the New Hybrid Ontoligies

From Platforms to the Metaverse


This book explores the recent evolution of the digital media and communication. If media are not just tools, but complex environments capable of reshaping our social identities and cultural values, it is fundamental to understand their interactions with our being. Between the recent enthusiastic narrative on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Neo-Critical approaches against the domination of ...

Ezio Manzini

Livable Proximity

Ideas for the City that Cares


“Livable Proximity is a passionate and compelling call for a remaking of the city under a novel paradigm of relationality and care by one of the most accomplished design thinkers of our time.” – Arturo Escobar This book is a contribution to the social conversation on the city and its future. It focuses on an idea that has been in circulation for some time and that, in recent years, has received ...
Internationally renowned virologist Professor Ilaria Capua (Director of One Health Center of Excellence at the University of Florida) talks with personalities of different backgrounds (culture, science, politics) and well-known internationally to address the main themes of her book "Circular Health" from diverse perspectives. #CircularHealth: Digital Talk 1Professor Ilaria Capua meets Dale Jamieson ...

Vincenzo Galasso

Political Economics


Redistributive Policies This book is written for undergraduate students in Economics and in Political Science who want to learn about the political economics of redistributive policies. It provides a positive analysis of the political process behind the design and implementation of redistributive policies, by using the minimum level of mathematical formalization required, in an attempt to be accessible ...

Refine search

Subject

Content type