The University of International Studies of Rome hosts the presentation of the book "Red Capitalism: Chinese Investments in Italy" by Andrea Goldstein, Managing Director of Nomisma, published by Egea.

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Paris, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm - Europe: what plan to get out of the impasse? A question that is even more pertinent to the period 60 years after the signing of the Treaty of Rome. Andrea Goldstein, Managing Director of Nomisma, discusses this with Agnès BENASSY-QUÉRÉ, President-delegate of the Council on Economic Analysis, Pervenche BERÈS, European Deputy (PS), and Olaf HENRIKSON-BELL, Embassy of the United Kingdom, in the framework of the Printemps de l'Economie series at the Lycée Turgot, 69 rue de Turbigo.

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The 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome takes place in a rather complicated context - Brexit, elections in France, the Trump Administration, growing tensions with Turkey. Is the option of a variable-speed Europe, relaunched at the four-country summit at Versailles on 6 March, the same as admitting that integration at 27 is no longer possible? Upon what bases does it make sense to put together groups operating at different speeds and who will participate in them? In a Eurozone that is already moving at different speeds today, what can Italy do to shake off the black jersey it has been wearing for years? These topics are being discussed in Bologna on March 29 at Nomisma, on occasion of the presentation of the volume "Né Centauro e Chimera - Modesta proposta per un’Europa plurale” (Neither Centaur nor Chimera - Modest proposal for a pluralized Europe) by Antonio ARMELLINI and Gerardo MOMBELLI (ed. Marsilio).

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Has Italy lost its ability to generate wealth? It seems to be so, judging by the GDP figures, even though the success of “Made in Italy” and its champions in global markets suggests that the country is able to do many things. Anna Giunta and Salvatore Rossi analyze the causes of this impasse and the strengths of our international competitiveness and suggest how to increase production efficiency. In order to discuss “What Italy is able to do” (Laterza 2017) and the problems of many businesses that are family-run and not very productive or innovative, Nomisma has invited Giovanna Furlanetto, Marco Magnani and Pierluigi Stefanini. Andrea Goldstein is moderating the discussion.

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Roma, 10:30 am -The last 25 years have witnessed an acceleration of networks, interconnectivity, and new opportunities due to globalization, but also the emergence of previously unknown risks. In a world where anxieties about the speed of change are increasing and where instability seems to grow exponentially, the ability to understand such phenomena is clearly the key to competitive advantage for countries, businesses, and organizations. In particular, Nomos & Khaos's 2017 edition analyses the consequences of the globalization of authoritarianism, populism, and terrorism, demons that are undermining the ideals of liberal democracy on which the West has built its success and to which the middle classes of developing countries have long aspired. The conclusion is evident - there is increasingly more Chaos and less and less Nomos.
The volume is being presented in Rome on 4 May in the Sala Zuccari of the Senate of the Republic at Palazzo Giustiniani and speakers include the Hon. Pier Ferdinando Casini, Hon. Rosa Villecco Calipari, Gen Giuseppe Cucchi and Dr. Piero Gnudi, among others.

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Bologna, Nomisma Meeting Hall, 4:30 pm - The future of the European Monetary Union, together with immigration, dominates the political-economic debate and the electoral platforms of the candidates for leadership of the major European countries. Aware of how important and current the topic is, the Department of Economics of the University of Bologna and Nomisma has invited Paul de Grauwe, professor at the London School of Economics, to conduct the first EU lecture. Professor De Grauwe, one of the world's foremost experts on the European economy, is talking about the future of the Euro and his presentation will be followed by a debate, moderated by Alessandro Merli, in which Romano Prodi and Debora Revoltella, among others, will participate.

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Bologna, Unindustria headquarters (Via San Domenico 4), at 3:00 PM - Unindustria presents IRAN EXPO 2016 (http://iranexpo.fieraroma.it/it/), the first trade fair entirely dedicated to Iran.
Andrea Goldstein, Nomisma’s Managing Director, is providing an update on the opportunities that are opening up after the removal of the sanctions, the characteristics of the Iranian market in the textile and clothing sector, and the strategies of firms already operating in Iran. Industry and franchise law experts are discussing this with Nomisma.

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Vicenza, Zoé Foundation at 5:30 PM - As part of the series of events entitled "The books of Company City", Andrea Goldstein, Nomisma’s Managing Director, is discussing the issues raised in his book "Red Capitalism - Chinese investments in Italy".

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Nomisma is participating in the events organized by Istat in Rome in order to celebrate the ninetieth anniversary of its foundation. On Saturday 26 November, Andrea Goldstein and Manuela Martini (Université Lumière Lyon 2) are organizing and coordinating a panel that is discussing the impact of the circulation of highly skilled migration on the countries of departure and arrival, taking the Italian experience as an example (Session 9). The conference " Italian society and major economic crises 1929-2016 " takes place on 25-26 November at La Sapienza University, Rome.

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Never before as in this year have the US presidential elections aroused so much curiosity as well as concern around the world. In order to better understand the major issues at the center of the confrontation between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Nomisma and SAIS Bologna Europe are organizing two round tables.

On October 26, at the SAIS Europe premises in Bologna, there will be a discussion about the American political situation and the scenarios that might emerge after the November 8 election, with speakers including James Mann, European and Eurasian Studies Program Scholar-in-Residence SAIS, David Unger, Adjunct Professor of American Foreign Policy of SAIS Europe and Erik Jones, Director of European and Eurasian Studies, Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy of SAIS.
The November 3 event to be held in Nomisma’s Conference Hall, Palazzo Davia Bargellini, will focus on economic and trade issues, with speakers including Graziella Bertocchi, Professor of Economics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Michael G. Plummer, Director and Eni Professor of International Economics of SAIS Europe, and Filippo Taddei, Director, Bologna Institute for Policy Research, SAIS Europe. Andrea Goldstein, Nomisma’s Managing Director is moderating the debate.


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