Events

Upcoming IEP@BU Events

LIBRERIA EGEA - SALA DI LETTURA, VIALE BLIGNY 22, MILANO
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The EU in the Chips War

In a new “Geopolitical Debate,” we will discuss how the EU can navigate the “Chips Wars” that are shaping international relations and the global economy. With Cesare Alemanni, Alessia Amighini, Roberto Baldoni, Sanne van der Lugt, and Stefano Feltri

Aula Magna - via Roentgen 1
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Is the EU Fit for a Fragmented World?

Save the date for the upcoming IEP@BU Annual Event

LIBRERIA EGEA - SALA DI LETTURA, VIALE BLIGNY 22, MILANO
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US Elections and the Future of EU Strategy Autonomy
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Public debt. How it works, how to reduce it.

Public debt has crucial economic consequences. With a focus on Italy in the European context, we will discuss the origins of public debt, its consequences for citizens and the economy, the future perspectives and the false myths about government debt.

LIBRERIA EGEA - SALA DI LETTURA, VIALE BLIGNY 22, MILANO
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Geopolitics of Climate

Past Events

WEBINAR
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The World of Work in the Age of the Algorithm

In an age characterized by swift and deep transformations, technological change and the rise of artificial intelligence are redefining the way we produce, trade, work and live. The platform economy poses ethical, social and political challenges, as its growth challenges traditional economic and labor models.

@ Rome
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The European Commission In The Making: Lessons Learned Over The Last 5 Years
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China's experience of promoting venture capital investment

China’s effort to promote venture capital investment through government-sponsored so-called guidance funds echoes practices in other parts of the world, with mixed results. This session considers the Chinese experience in an international comparative perspective. A Peterson Institute digital event with Nicolas Véron, Li Bo, and Daniel Gros.

WEBINAR
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The Future of the EU Institutions: Understanding the Role of the European Parliament in Shaping EU Action

In view of the European Parliamentary elections IEP@BU has launched a series of webinars on the future of the EU institutions. In the next event, we will discuss the increasing importance of the European Parliament. With Maurizio Ferrera, Simon Hix, and Eleanor Spaventa.

Alesina Seminar Room (5-e4-sr04), Roentgen building, Floor 5
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Certification of Business Practices and Algorithms as a Complementary Approach to Platform Regulation

Digital platforms have transformed markets and created considerable value, mostly for their owners.  We discuss the types of harm inflicted on consumers, suppliers, competitors, and society at large, and analyze the recent regulation of digital platforms in the US and the EU, pointing to its limitations. 

LIBRERIA EGEA - SALA DI LETTURA, VIALE BLIGNY 22, MILANO
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Geopolitica delle elezioni europee

A pochi giorni dalle elezioni europee dell’8 e 9 giugno, in questo nuovo appuntamento dei dibattiti di geopolitica promossi dall’Institute for European policymaking at Bocconi e dalla rivista Il Grand Continent si discuterà delle ripercussioni globali di un voto cruciale. 

Con Marco Bassini, Andrea Colli, Maurizio Ferrera, Mara Morini, Beda Romano, Stefano Feltri.

Università Bocconi - Room AS01, Via Roentgen 1, floor 2
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First double workshop in geoeconomics, geopolitics and preventing conflict studies

A workshop organized by BAFFI, IEP and IGIER jointly with CEPR and KIEL Institute for the World Economy

Sala Europa - Villa Schifanoia, Via Boccaccio 121 - Florence
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From Birth to Maturity: Ten Years of Banking Union

The Florence School of Banking and Finance Annual Conference, co-organized this year with the Institute for European Policymaking at Bocconi University, will examine the Banking Union’s “mature” phase against the background of the early state and goals.

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The War and The Vote: How Italian Residents Are Approaching the EP Elections

How has European voters’ attitude, and more specifically Italian voters’, evolved in the last few months? What impact will the war have in Ukraine on the June 2024 European Parliament elections?

With Catherine De Vries, Isabell Hoffmann, and Stefano Feltri.

WEBINAR
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Why are Populist Parties so Successful in the EU?

The June 2024 European Elections will see once again a competition between mainstream parties and populist, or nativist movements. Laurenz Guenther finds that, while policymaking represents the economic attitudes of citizens relatively well, there exist large representation gaps on cultural issues in nearly all European countries.

With Laurenz Guenther (IEP@BU) and Stefano Feltri (IEP@BU).