Palazzo Geremia

Il Palazzo, una delle più suggestive residenze rinascimentali trentine, è affacciato su quella che un tempo veniva chiamata Contrada Larga, la via principale che conduce alla splendida Piazza Duomo. Gli affreschi della facciata presentano scene alle quali si assisteva frequentemente, nella "via triumphalis" quando imperatori e principi passavano per la città scendendo dalla Germania o facendovi ritorno. Attualmente, il Palazzo ospita gli uffici di rappresentanza del Comune di Trento. Le sale e gli spazi interni sono adibiti ad incontri pubblici, convegni, dibattiti e attività espositive. Il giardino si colloca sul retro del Palazzo e l'Assessorato alla Cultura del Comune di Trento vi si affaccia.


Via Rodolfo Belenzani, 20 Trento, TN

46.0692057 11.12097570000003


30 17:00

The elite and the people: useful conflict

introduced by Roberto Mania The conflict between the few and the many can act as oxygen for political and civil liberties. Especially if, as Machiavelli said, the many hungry for security supervise the few hungry for power within the framework of...
31 10:00

The backlash against globalization: lessons from history

introduced by Marco Bracconi I will survey three economic history literatures that can speak to contemporary challenges to globalization, including Brexit and the election of Donald Trump: the literature on the anti-globalization backlash of the...
31 15:00

The errors of the elite at the origin of sovereignism

introduced by Giuseppe Laterza The liberal elites that have governed the West in the last thirty years have made many mistakes: underestimating inequality, using technical skill as a substitute for political representation, trusting in the...
31 17:00

Democracy and growth: a comparison of Italy and China

We are faced with two paradoxes: innovation that has not produced real growth in industrialised counties, and democracy that appears to suffer precisely after the fall of communism and the triumph of the market economy. Technological innovation...
31 18:30

The rise of populism: causes and consequences

introduced by Simonetta Nardin Politics in the early 21st is characterized by the rise of populism, in which “the people” are pitted against “the elite,” but what explains the rise of populist parties and what are the consequences of populist...
01 10:00

Globalization and Inequality

Introduced by Simonetta Nardin Globalization has been blamed in the last thirty years for many economic ills, including the rise of inequality. I will discuss the findings of a large body of work on the impact of globalization on inequality....
01 12:00

Globalization, the rise of right-wing parties, and the fall of social democracy

introduced by Tobias Piller The political landscape in Europe has changed dramatically over the recent years. In many countries, right-wing parties have strongly increased their vote shares, often at the expense of social democrats. To which...
01 16:00

The fall of the aspiration wall

introduced by Regina Krieger How does ones’ politico-economic environment shape aspirations and choices? Decisions are generally made within a specific set of social norms, rules, values and world views. We study how during the German...
01 18:30

Basic income, nationalism and globalization

introduced by Dino Pesole An unconditional basic income differs from social assistance, including Italy’s reddito di cittadinanza, in three aspects: it is strictly individual, it is not means-tested and it is not work-tested. Does its political...
02 10:00

Populism and lay misunderstanding of economics

introduced by Paolo Mantovan There are profound reasons why the public misunderstands economics in predictable ways, rooted in the mismatch between our human cognitive endowment and economic analysis. This impacts public policy everywhere, but...
02 12:00

Green Growth in Dual Economies: Or Why the Road to Hothouse Earth is Paved with Good Intentions

introduced by Roberta Carlini This lecture assesses what has so far been accomplished in terms of decarbonisation and energy efficiency improvements and compares this to what will be needed to prevent further warming of the earth about 2 degrees...
02 14:00

The destiny of experts in the 21st century

organised by INET coordinated by Luca De Biase How the perception of skills has changed in the plast few years. The role played by populism growth, and what experts can do to regain citizens’ confidence.