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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 ...

Francesca Pecoraro, Alex Turrini, Mark Volpe

Fundraising for the Arts


The work of fundraising has transformed into a sophisticated and competitive profession, attracting talented and dedicated leaders who wish to use their skills to contribute to a secure financial future for their organizations. The arts and cultural field has not been an exception to these pressures above all in times when new emergencies and pressures shrink the funding opportunities of arts organizations ...

Simonetta Di Pippo

Space Economy

The New Frontier for Development


According to the OECD definition, the space economy is the set of activities and use of space resources that create value and benefits for humanity through the exploration, understanding, management, and use of space. The space economy goes far beyond the space sector in a narrow sense, because it extends to the increasingly pervasive and changing impacts of products, services, and knowledge derived ...

Marco Buti

The Man Inside

A European Journey Through Two Crisis


“An insider of the European Commission since the late 1980s, Marco Buti is a unique guide through the two crises of the 21st century.” - Giuliano Amato, former Prime Minister of Italy “Marco Buti and I have not always agreed on issues of economic policy. But I cannot think of somebody more qualified to tell us about the travails of Europe since the Great Financial Crisis. He was there all along.” ...

Virginia Stagni

Dreamers who do

Intrapreneurship and innovation in the media world


Disruption, from Latin (dis- ‘apart’ + rumpere ‘to break’), means tearing something into pieces, destroying it completely. In the chaotic, uncertain, fast-paced contemporary world, journalism must embrace change and adapt. Based on this assumption, the author covers her experience towards the centenary media business with a fresh and entrepreneurial approach, the same approach she adopts in ...

Alessia Amighini

Money and Might

Along the Belt and Road Initiative


The book deals with the interplay between two strategies promoted by China in the 21st century to increase its integration into the world economy: Belt and Road Initiative-BRI and the internationalisation of the renminbi. They came about at different times and with complementary aims, with a great synergy between them. On the one hand, greater international circulation of the renminbi is indispensable ...
Thursday July 1, 4:30 p.m Webinar on Marcello Messori's book: RECOVERY PATHWAYS - The Difficult Italian Convergence in the Euro Area  The Webinar will be introduced by: Marco Buti, Head of Cabinet of Mr Paolo Gentiloni, Commissioner European Commission  Maria Demertzis, Deputy Director at Bruegel Jean-Paul Fitoussi, emeritus professor at Sciences Po, LUISS Guido Carli University, Columbia ...
Presentation of the book "Money and Might Along the Belt and Road Initiative", by Alessia Amighini, in collaboration with the Center for American Studies. WELCOME ADDRESS Roberto Sgalla - Director of the Center for American Studies PANELISTS Alessia Amighini - Professor at Università del Piemonte Orientale, Senior Associate Research Fellow at ISPI and author of "Money and Might Along the Belt and ...

Marcello Messori

Recovery Pathways

The Difficult Italian Convergence in the Euro Area


The book analyzes the different phases that have characterized the evolution of the pol-icy framework and the economic governance of the European Union and the Euro Area since the end of the global financial crisis (2007-2009). This analysis, which is found-ed on a careful reconstruction of those "right" or "wrong" economic ideas that have "ruled" the European world until the pandemic shock (to paraphrase ...

Luciano Segreto, Alessandro Minichilli, Fabio Quarato

Principles and Practices of Corporate Governance in the Global Economy


The book places ownership at the centre of all relevant choices that the company makes. In particular, it addresses the issue of governance from the perspective of ownership, and in a broader and more articulated sense than most Anglo-Saxon studies. The authors analyse the relationship between ownership, governance, and corporate strategy with a dual objective. On the one hand, the aim is to identify ...