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[{"summary":"<p>organised by Princeton University Press</p>\n\n<p>discussed with&nbsp;<a href="/-/elena-granaglia">Elena Granaglia</a>, <a href="/-/giovanni-vecchi">Giovanni Vecchi</a><br />\ncoordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/tonia-mastrobuoni">Tonia Mastrobuoni</a></p>","title":"Measuring poverty around the world di Anthony B. Atkinson","location":"Biblioteca comunale","hour":10,"date":1559260800000,"end":11.3,"url":"/-/scacco-all-europa-la-guerra-fredda-tra-cina-e-usa-per-il-nuovo-ordine","room":""},{"summary":"<p>Introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/alessandro-russello"> P</a><a href="/-/paola.pica">aola Pica</a></p>\nWe study the recent increase in support for a radical right-wing party in Germany (AfD) relating it to the cultural backlash associated with a number of terrorist attacks, which happened in Europe around the same time, and a very salient incident which occurred in the city of Cologne on New Year\u2019s Eve 2015/2016.&nbsp; Our results are a first step towards understanding cultural backlash as a channel of transmission of radical right support, which has been traditionally difficult to study and which we can address in the appropriate way using new data and techniques.","title":"Terrorist attacks and votes for the populist right-wing","location":"Sala Filarmonica","hour":11,"date":1559260800000,"end":12.3,"url":"/-/attentati-terroristici-e-voto-per-la-destra-populista","room":""},{"summary":"<p>organised by Trento OECD Centre for Local Development, in collaboration whit tsm - Trentino School of Management</p>\n\n<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/ekaterina-travkina">Ekaterina Travkina</a>&nbsp;<br />\nspeakers: <a href="/-/joan-roca">Joan Roca</a>,&nbsp;<a href="/-/joana-sousa-monteiro">Joana Sousa Monteiro</a>, <a href="/-/michele-timarchi">Michele Trimarchi&nbsp;</a></p>\nCities and regions and their societies are the results of complex stratifications of identities, relationships and behaviors. What is the contribution of culture to the identity of places and how can culture and cultural heritage contribute to the development of localities challenged by globalisation?","title":"Identity of places: what is the role of culture?","location":"Ex Convento Agostiniani Sede OCSE","hour":11.3,"date":1559260800000,"end":13,"url":"/-/nazioni-vs-regioni-la-variabile-regionale-nell-europa-contemporanea","room":""},{"summary":"<p>introduced by <a href="/-/andrea-fracasso">Andrea Fracasso</a></p>\nThe question of whether industrialized economies can continue to grow has been discussed in the past ten years, as growth rates have slowed down. Some economists have argued that the advanced economies are doomed to secular stagnation and that growth at high rates is over for good. This is examined in view of economic history and the determinants of past economic growth.","title":"Is secular stagnation in our future? Lessons from the past","location":"Facoltà di Giurisprudenza","hour":15,"date":1559260800000,"end":16.3,"url":"/-/is-secular-stagnation-in-our-future-lessons-from-the-past","room":"Aula Magna"},{"summary":"<p>organised by Associazione Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII - Operazione Colomba</p>\n\n<p>speakers:&nbsp;<a href="/-/alberto-capannini">Alberto Capannini</a>, <a href="/-/abdel-rahim-hsyan">Abdel Rahim Hsyan</a>, <a href="/-/eli-schlein">Eli&nbsp;Schlein&nbsp;</a></p>\nSince 2011, millions of Syrian refugees have fled war in order to avoid fighting, imprisonment or death: they survive in extreme conditions in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. Reflections on their appeal to the international community for the creation of conditions allowing them security and freedom.","title":"In safety and freedom: the appeal of syrian refugees","location":"Fondazione Bruno Kessler","hour":15,"date":1559260800000,"end":16.3,"url":"/-/in-sicurezza-e-liberta-l-appello-dei-profughi-siriani","room":"Sala Conferenze"},{"summary":"<p>organised by INET</p>\n\n<p>coordinated by <a href="/-/luca-de-biase">Luca De Biase</a></p>\n\n<p>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\u2019 confidence.</p>","title":"The destiny of experts in the 21st century","location":"Palazzo Geremia","hour":14,"date":1559433600000,"end":15.3,"url":"/-/inet-titolo","room":""},{"summary":"<p>introduced by <a href="/-/roberta-carlini">Roberta Carlini</a></p>\n\n<p>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 C. The structural transformation required to reduce carbon emissions in line with the IPCC target is profound, and, as will be argued, cannot be left to markets, private initiative and/or pecuniary nudges. A green industrial policy might accomplish this, but it will have to overcome powerful tendencies towards dual economies in the world\u2019s most advanced economies.</p>","title":"Green Growth in Dual Economies: Or Why the Road to Hothouse Earth is Paved with Good Intentions","location":"Palazzo Geremia","hour":12,"date":1559433600000,"end":13.3,"url":"/-/nuovo-evento","room":""},{"summary":"<p>organised by Associazione Nazionale dei Direttori Generali degli Enti Locali - ANDIGEL</p>\n\n<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/carlo-mochi-sismondi">Carlo Mochi Sismondi&nbsp;</a><br />\nspeakers:&nbsp;<a href="/-/michele-bertola">Michele Bertola</a>, <a href="/-/giacomo-capuzzimati">M</a><a href="/-/marco-giorgi">arco Giorgi</a>, <a href="/-/chiara-morandini">Chiara Morandini</a></p>\nHow do local public administrations address globalisation and new forms of representation of interest groups? Director generals from several Italian cities will investigate the impact of the transformation underway in the organisation of local public administrations and its innovative significance.","title":"New forms of representation: a comparison of Italian cities","location":"Dipartimento di Economia e Management","hour":17,"date":1559347200000,"end":18.3,"url":"/-/nuove-forme-di-rappresentanza-citta-a-confronto","room":"Sala Conferenze"},{"summary":"Presentation of the OpenBDAP portal, organised by the State General Accounting Office\n<p>introduced and&nbsp;coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/pino-donghi">Pino Donghi&nbsp;</a></p>\n\n<p>speakers:&nbsp;<a href="/-/carmine-di-nuzzo">Carmine Di Nuzzo</a>, <a href="/-/federico-falcitelli">Federico Falcitelli</a>, <a href="/-/daniele-franco">Daniele Franco</a>, <a href="/-/enrico-giovannini">Enrico Giovannini&nbsp;</a></p>\nThe OpenBDAP portal is part of a broad initiative by the State General Accounting Office to develop and update a data ecosystem, along with analysis and dissemination, around its computer systems. Set up as a single point of access to accounting and public finance data, it is available to citizens as well as specialists in need of certified analytical data&nbsp;","title":"Discover, explore and analyse. Public finance accessible to all","location":"Sala Filarmonica","hour":16.3,"date":1559347200000,"end":18,"url":"/-/scopri-esplora-analizza-la-finanza-pubblica-accessibile-a-tutti","room":""},{"summary":"<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/rossella-bocciarelli">R</a><a href="/-/roberto-bagnoli">oberto Bagnoli</a></p>\nWhat are the prospects for the Euro and European fiscla policy co-ordination after the European elections? The popular support for the common currency has been increasing lately in most countries. But doesn't a common currency also require co-ordination in fiscal policies? How much does the spread of nationalism challenge the supranational authority?","title":"Austerity, the euro and populism","location":"Facoltà di Giurisprudenza","hour":16.3,"date":1559347200000,"end":18,"url":"/-/prospettive-dell-euro-dopo-il-voto-europeo-rapporto-tra-populismo-e-austerita","room":"Aula Magna"},{"summary":"<p>organised by OCSE</p>\n\n<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/dorothee-allain-dupre">J</a><a href="/-/joaquim-oliveira-martins">oaquim Oliveira Martins</a></p>\nMaking the most of decentralisation for regional development is crucial in the current context of a "geography of discontent" and growing divides between places that feel left behind by globalisation and those that may benefit from the opportunities offered by megatrends. What makes decentralisation systems wok in a more effective way?","title":"Making decentralisation work","location":"Palazzo della Provincia","hour":15,"date":1559347200000,"end":16.3,"url":"/-/far-funzionare-il-decentramento","room":"Sala Depero"},{"summary":"<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/lucia-annunziata">D</a><a href="/-/dino-pesole">ino Pesole</a></p>\nEveryone seems to agree that high public debt is a weakness of the Italian economy and must be reduced \u2026 but how should this be achieved? A discussion with representatives from the main political forces in our country","title":"The war against debt","location":"Teatro Sociale","hour":14.3,"date":1559347200000,"end":16,"url":"/-/debito-pubblico","room":""},{"summary":"<p>organised by ""</p>\n\n<p>with&nbsp;<a href="/-/alessia-amighini">Alessia Amighini</a>,&nbsp;<a href="/-/marta-dassu">Marta Dassù</a>, <a href="/-/michele-geraci">Michele Geraci</a>,&nbsp;<a href="/-/daniel-gros">Daniel Gros</a>, <a href="/-/alberto-viano">Alberto Viano</a>&nbsp;<br />\nintroduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/andrea-fracasso">Andrea Fracasso</a>&nbsp;<br />\ncoordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/massimo-gaggi">Massimo Gaggi&nbsp;</a></p>\nFor some time, the major powers – particularly the United States and China – have challenged each other with unilateral closure and retaliation measures, accusing each other of unfair competition. What is the impact of these phenomena on businesses, workers and consumers?&nbsp;","title":"Trade wars. How global trade is changing","location":"Palazzo della Provincia","hour":12,"date":1559347200000,"end":13.3,"url":"/-/trade-wars-come-cambia-il-commercio-mondiale","room":"Sala Depero"},{"summary":"<p>organised by Associazione Europea per l\u2019Educazione Economica AEEE Italia</p>\n\n<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/roberto-fini">Roberto Fini&nbsp;</a><br />\nspeakers:&nbsp;<a href="/-/anna-maria-ajello">Anna Maria Ajello</a>, <a href="/-/annamaria-lusardi">D</a><a href="/-/daniela-linciano">aniela Linciano</a>, <a href="/-/antonio-schizzerotto">Antonio Schizzerotto</a></p>\nData on social mobility, together with national and international assessment of the economic and financial literacy of Italians, show that there is a need to strengthen school programs&nbsp; about the global economy.","title":"Economic training in the third millennium","location":"Palazzo Calepini Sala Fondazione Caritro","hour":11,"date":1559347200000,"end":12.3,"url":"/-/la-formazione-economica-nel-terzo-millennio","room":""},{"summary":"<p>organized by&nbsp;Luiss</p>\n\n<p>discussed with&nbsp;<a href="/-/floriana-cerniglia">Floriana Cerniglia</a>,&nbsp;<a href="/-/fausto-panunzi">Fausto Panunzi</a><br />\ncoordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/tonia-mastrobuoni">Tonia Mastrobuoni</a></p>","title":"La scienza inutile. Tutto quello che non abbiamo voluto imparare dall'economia","location":"Biblioteca comunale","hour":10,"date":1559347200000,"end":11.3,"url":"/-/la-scienza-inutile-tutto-quello-che-non-abbiamo-voluto-imparare","room":""},{"summary":"<p>Introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/lorenzo-tondo">S</a><a href="http://-/-simonetta-nardin">imonetta Nardin</a></p>\nGlobalization 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. Research does not confirm many popular views.","title":"Globalization and Inequality","location":"Palazzo Geremia","hour":10,"date":1559347200000,"end":11.3,"url":"/-/on-trade-policy-and-social-identity","room":""},{"summary":"<p>organised by Centro per la Cooperazione Internazionale di Trento</p>\n\n<p>coordinated by <a href="/-/mario-raffaelli" style="-webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);">G</a><a href="/-/gabriel-echeverría" style="-webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);">abriel Echeverría</a><br />\nspeaker: <a href="/-/gianfranco-damiano">Gian Franco Damiano</a></p>\nSince the fall of General Gaddafi\u2019s regime in 2011, Libya has experienced a period of tension and internal conflict. What is the role of Libyan municipalities in the tortuous process of reconstructing a state and a national community, iamong internal divisions and external interference?","title":"Who\u2019s afraid of Libya?","location":"Ex Convento Agostiniani Sede CCI","hour":16,"date":1559260800000,"end":17.3,"url":"/-/chi-ha-paura-della-libia-","room":""},{"summary":"<p>introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/simone-pieranni">C</a><a href="http://-/-carlo-martinelli">arlo Martinelli</a></p>\nGlobalisation has been perceived by many as responsible for increasing social inequality and political dissatisfaction, which were further accentuated during the Great Recession. However, criticism of globalisation takes very different forms, with responses going from xenophobic populism to proposal of a \u201cdifferent form of globalisation\u201d, inclusive and coming from below.","title":"(on populism and globalisation) Is another form of globalization possible?","location":"Sala Filarmonica","hour":15.3,"date":1559260800000,"end":17,"url":"/-/un-altra-globalizzazione-e-ancora-possibile-","room":""},{"summary":"<p>introduced by <a href="/-/marco-panara">Marco Panara</a></p>\n\n<p>Many blame the rise of Sweden\u2019s radical right on the country's open immigration policy. But my recent research points to other drivers. Populist politicians and voters come from groups whose risk of job loss went up in the financial crisis, and whose relative income declined as a result of economic reforms. The fuel for the radical right may thus have been too little, not too much, inclusion.</p>","title":"Populist politicians and voters in Sweden","location":"Castello del Buonconsiglio","hour":18,"date":1559174400000,"end":19.3,"url":"/-/su-selezione-classe-politica-populis-1","room":"Sala Marangonerie"},{"summary":"<p>introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/tito-boeri">Tito Boeri</a></p>\nThe specter of populism is haunting the world. But what is it exactly? Where does it come from and what should be done about it? We define populism as an anti-elitist exclusionary political strategy which builds a coalition of discontented citizens to challenge the status-quo. To understand why this coalition is potentially destabilizing to democracy and how it forms we developed a framework to studying the joint evolution of state and society.","title":"What to do about Populism","location":"Palazzo della Provincia","hour":15.3,"date":1559174400000,"end":17,"url":"/-/on-populism-and-autocratic-structures","room":"Sala Depero"}]