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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Friday, 30 September 2016 10:12

30 September 2016 - Lessons on meridionalism

Bologna, Nomisma Meeting Hall, 10:00 a.m. - A North / South gap continues to divide Italy, making it even more difficult to relaunch the growth process following the Great Depression. But can we speak of the South as a homogeneous area? What does the Southern question mean in the current context? What are the priority actions to be undertaken? What contribution can the Pact for the South make?

This will be discussed at the presentation of "Lessons on meridionalism, North and South in the history of Italy", edited by Sabino Cassese for the Guido Dorso Center (Il Mulino 2016). Participating in the discussion with the editor will be Emanuele Felice, Professor of Economic History, University of Chieti and Pescara; Francesco Pigliaru, President of the Sardinia Region; Romano Prodi, President of the Foundation for World Wide Cooperation, and Concetta Rau, Head of Nomisma’s Unit on Industry and Support to the PA. Andrea Goldstein, Managing Director of Nomisma, will be moderating.

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Mirandola (MO), Rita Levi Montalcini Auditorium, at 5:00 P.M.- Nomisma is presenting the study entitled "Analysis of local supply chains and the role of the credit market" that was undertaken for SANFELICE 1893 Banca Popolare. The event is envisioned as a valuable opportunity for debate between business owners, banks and institutions, and speakers include Professor Romano Prodi and the President of the Emilia-Romagna Region Stefano Bonaccini, among others.

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Reggio Emilia - Loris Malaguzzi International Centre - Via Bligny 1/a in Reggio Emilia. - 3:00 PM - Two years after the opening of Reggio Emilia’s Mediopadana high-speed train station, it is necessary to ask questions about the role and the future prospects of this railway station and how it can help support Reggio’s economic development within a perspective of virtuous interdependence with other metropolitan areas of the country.
The findings from the study by Nomisma will form the basis for discussion of the Conference "Next stop: tomorrow", sponsored by Car Server in collaboration with the Municipality of Reggio Emilia and Iren Renewables. Participating in the debate, among others, will be Professor Romano Prodi, Minister of Infrastructure Graziano Delrio, and Nomisma’s Managing Director Giulio Santagata.

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7 July 2015 – The lathe moral

Bologna, Nomisma’s Conference Hall, at 17.30 -Antonio Calabrò presents the book "The lathe moral - Business culture for development". Romano Prodi and Piero Gnudi will debate about it with the author.

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Bologna, Nomisma Conference Room, at 17.30 – Romano Prodi discusses with Paolo De Castro, author of the book “Food – The Global Challenge”.

The food, its production and its consumption, the perception we have of it and the political use made of it, is a big challenge, perhaps the greatest of our globalised world.

This book, designed by one of the most authoritative experts on food policies in Europe, focuses on the scenery issues at the heart of the Expo, and tackles with a long term view and balance the strategic nodes of the Milan event.

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Bologna, Nomisma Conference Room, at 10.00 - Nomisma hosts the presentation of the book " Electrical reforms between efficiency and equity " by Alberto Clô, Stefano Clô and Federico Boffa, published by Il Mulino.

The book analyses the evolution and outcomes of electrical reforms, after about fifteen years from their launch, in its two national and European dimensions . The effectiveness of the organisational models in the transition from monopoly to competition and the results obtained are discussed by the authors in relation to the purposes which the reforms would have to strive - greater efficiency, lower prices, market integration, ensuring universal service - in line with the new energy policy of the European Union in the field of environmental sustainability and energy security.

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Nomisma, “Sala Incontri” Conference Room, 5:30 p.m., Presentation of the book by Patrizio Bianchi "Globalisation, crisis and industrial reorganisation."

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Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

28 October 2014 - Europe besieged by crisis

Milan, Palazzo Clerici, at 16:00 - On the occasion of the forthcoming publication of Nomisma’s Report 2013-2014 Nomos & Khaos, ISPI, Italian Institute for International Political Studies, is organizing the Round Table "Europe besieged by crisis."

The round table speakers will be Romano Prodi, President of the Foundation for World Wide Cooperation and the editors of the report, Giuseppe Cucchi and Germano Dottori, as well as Paolo Magri, Executive Vice President and Director of ISPI, and Lorenzo Savorelli, Head of Research & Development of Assicurazioni Generali.

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Bologna - FARETE, BolognaFiere, 2.30 p.m. – The conference aims to examine in depth a new models of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) starting from the content of the agreement signed recently between Nomisma and Banca Prossima in order to promote the development and dissemination of innovative management models of non-profit organizations, and to contribute to the improvement of CSR as well as to enable Public Authorities to better address their actions, by promoting the development of an efficient social planning for the Third Sector.

Speakers: Alberto Vacchi, Chairman of Unindustria, Giulio Santagata, Chief Executive Officer for the strategic development of Nomisma, Marco Morganti, CEO of Banca Prossima, Romano Prodi, Chairman of the Foundation for World Wide Cooperation, Federica Guidi, Minister of Economic Development (confirmation pending).

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