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[{"summary":"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.","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>speakers:&nbsp;<a href="/-/enrico-giovannini">Enrico Giovannini</a>, <a href="/-/michele-lanzinger">Michele Lanzinger</a>, <a href="/-/mario-tonina">Mario Tonina</a></p>\nThe Sustainable Development Goals of the UN\u2019s 2030 Agenda represent guidelines for constructing the future of mankind on this planet. A dialogue focusing on the strategies it is planned to put into effect in Italy and Trentino to achieve the ambitious goals for sustainability.","title":"Roadmap to 2030","location":"MUSE","hour":10.3,"date":1559433600000,"end":12,"url":"/-/roadmap-to-2030","room":"Sala Conferenze"},{"summary":"Since 2008 we have been paying for the refusal of Western elites to deal with their own failures. Now we witness a defensive explosion in the population who have been literally forced by the mainstream elites to turn to irresponsible leaders. All sides have forgotten that the source of legitimacy in any democracy is the citizenry. Maintenance of that legitimacy depends critically on citizen engagement in the public good - not ripping it down, but building it in an inclusive and empathetic way","title":"inet Lecture - Ten Years After: From Financial Crisis to Yellow Vests","location":"Dipartimento di Economia e Management","hour":12,"date":1559260800000,"end":13.3,"url":"/-/nuovo-even-1","room":"Sala Conferenze"},{"summary":"<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/rossella-bocciarelli">Rossella Bocciarelli</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 INET</p>\nHow 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.","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>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/dario-laruffa">Dario Laruffa&nbsp;</a></p>\n\n<p>Can the citizen\u2019s income scheme lead to greater budgetary flexibility while respecting European rules? What are its probable effects on the workforce, unemployment and national income?</p>","title":"Citizens\u2019s income and european rules","location":"Palazzo della Provincia","hour":14,"date":1559433600000,"end":15.3,"url":"/-/reddito-di-cittadinanza-e-regole-europee","room":"Sala Depero"},{"summary":"<p>organised by Centro per la Cooperazione Internazionale di Trento</p>\n\n<p>coordinated by <a href="/-/mario-raffaelli">Mario Raffaelli</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>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="/-/lorenzo-tondo">Lorenzo Tondo</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":"chaired by&nbsp;<a href="/-/antonella-stirati">Antonella Stirati</a><br />\nWhy is populism surging in the world's most advanced economies? This panel compares how economic, cultural, and political factors have affected major country experiences including Germany, the UK and the US, as well ad Italy.","title":"Comparing populist movements","location":"Castello del Buonconsiglio","hour":10,"date":1559347200000,"end":11.3,"url":"/-/comparing-populist-movements","room":"Sala Marangonerie"},{"summary":"<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/eric-jozsef">Eric Jozsef</a><br />\nspeaker:&nbsp;<a href="/-/andrea-fracasso">Andrea Fracasso</a></p>\nWithout public support at European level it is difficult to imagine political union. To create it, exchanges between national media are necessary, along with the creation of places for the exchange of transnational information, analysis and discussion. There is a new generation that considers itself European and seeks critical and selected information. Antonio Megalizzi a young Italian reporter tragically killed in the December terrorist attacks in Strasburg, belonged to this generation.","title":"European voices. an evening dedicated to Antonio Megalizzi","location":"Teatro Sociale","hour":21,"date":1559260800000,"end":22.3,"url":"/-/un-opinione-pubblica-europea","room":""},{"summary":"<p>introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/giorgio-zanchini">Giorgio Zanchini</a></p>\nIn the last few decades economic globalisation&nbsp; has not been accompanied by universalism of human and welfare rights. The gap has encouraged favoured the establishment of populism and nationalism and has called into question consolidated distinctions, starting from the difference between left and right.","title":"Globalisation and universalism: the new frontiers between the right and the left","location":"Facoltà di Giurisprudenza","hour":18.3,"date":1559260800000,"end":20,"url":"/-/globalizzazione-e-universalismo-i-nuovi-confini-tra-destra-e-sinistra","room":"Aula Magna"},{"summary":"<p>introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/simonetta-nardin">Simonetta Nardin</a></p>\nPolitics in the early 21st is characterized by the rise of populism, in which \u201cthe people\u201d are pitted against \u201cthe elite,\u201d but what explains the rise of populist parties and what are the consequences of populist politics.","title":"The rise of populism: causes and consequences","location":"Palazzo Geremia","hour":18.3,"date":1559260800000,"end":20,"url":"/-/l-ascesa-del-populismo-cause-e-conseguenze","room":""},{"summary":"<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/silvia-sciorilli-borrelli">Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli</a></p>\nIn recent years populist parties have had considerable success. How do EU institutions and civil society organizations react at European level? What ideas and strategies do they propose to deal with their impact?","title":"European institutions and populism","location":"Castello del Buonconsiglio","hour":18,"date":1559260800000,"end":19.3,"url":"/-/istituzioni-europee-e-populismo","room":"Sala Marangonerie"},{"summary":"<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/simon-nixon">F</a><a href="/-/ferdinando-giugliano">erdinando Giugliano</a></p>\nTo which extent did the economic policies carried out by Syriza in Greece differ from those of previous governments? Was the austerity program under Syriza more socially aware and friendlier towards those most vulnerable? More generally, do populists pursue different policies? A discussion between a key player in the negotiations with the Troika and an acute observer of the European management of the Greek tragedy.","title":"Do populists handle austerity better?","location":"Palazzo della Provincia","hour":17,"date":1559260800000,"end":18.3,"url":"/-/austerity-e-populismo","room":"Sala Depero"},{"summary":"<p>coordinated by&nbsp;<a href="/-/alessandro-barbera">Alessandro Barbera</a></p>\n\n<p>This talk will argue that the foundations of institutions that protect individual liberty and create an environment conducive to economic growth are not in clever institutional designs or top-down development of state institutions. Rather, they emerge from the involvement of society in politics in a way that balances the power of state institutions and elites. This precarious balance, when it is achieved, unleashes a powerful process of building of state capacity and development of society's capability to institutionalize its involvement in politics. The corridor leading to such institutions is narrow because of the difficulty of creating this balance and staying the course despite myriad conflicts and gridlocks.</p>\n\n<p>Daron Acemoglu via video link discusses with Antonio Spilimbergo</p>","title":"Balance of power: states, societies and the narrow corridor to liberty","location":"Facoltà di Giurisprudenza","hour":17,"date":1559260800000,"end":18.3,"url":"/-/bilanciamento-dei-poteri-stati-societa-e-il-corridoio-angusto-verso-la-liberta","room":"Aula Magna"},{"summary":"<p>introduced by<a href="/-/eugenio-occorsio"> Eugenio Occorsio</a></p>\nWe study preferences for protectionism in response to unemployment resulting from different types of labor market shocks. These include technological change, a demand shift, bad management, and three kinds of international outsourcing. Demand for import protection increases significantly in all cases, except for the \u201cbad management\u201d shock. Effects appear to be heterogeneous across subgroups with different political preferences and education. Trump supporters are more protectionist than Clinton supporters, but preferences seem easy to manipulate: Clinton supporters primed with trade shocks are as protectionist as baseline Trump voters. Highlighting labor abuses in the exporting country increases the demand for trade protection by Clinton supporters but not Trump supporters.","title":"(on populism and rational voters) How the victims of globalisation react","location":"Castello del Buonconsiglio","hour":16.3,"date":1559260800000,"end":18,"url":"/-/populismo-ed-elettori-razionali","room":"Sala Marangonerie"},{"summary":"<p>introduced by&nbsp;</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>introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/stefano-feltri">G</a><a href="/-/giuseppe-laterza">iuseppe Laterza</a></p>\nThe 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 redistribution ability of the free market and misguided migratory policies.","title":"The errors of the elite at the origin of sovereignism","location":"Palazzo Geremia","hour":15,"date":1559260800000,"end":16.3,"url":"/-/gli-errori-delle-elite-alle-origini-del-sovranismo","room":""},{"summary":"<p>organised by&nbsp;OCSE</p>\n\n<p>introduced by&nbsp;<a href="/-/alexander-lembcke">Alexander Lembcke&nbsp;</a></p>\nPersistent poverty, economic decay and lack of opportunities are causing discontent in declining regions. Many of these so-called "places that don't matter" revolt in a wave of political populism with strong territorial foundations. How can policymakers reverse this trend and provide opportunities to those people living in the places that don't matter?","title":"Voting patterns, Regions left behind and policy responses: the raise of the places that don't matter","location":"Castello del Buonconsiglio","hour":14.3,"date":1559260800000,"end":16,"url":"/-/comportamenti-di-voto-regioni-in-ritardo-di-sviluppo-e-risposte-politiche-l-ascesa-dei-luoghi-che-contano","room":"Sala Marangonerie"}]