The social inequalities and financial excesses of market capitalism – as testified by the ongoing financial and economic crisis, critical situation in the eurozone in terms of governance and the economy, public finances constrained by high debt... more
The mounting discontent demonstrated by the rise of M5S in the Italian election is not necessarily directed against the path of European integration. more
The European Parliament and the EU governments have finally agreed on landmark rules capping bonus payments at the same level as the year's salary, identifying a strong correlation between bank senior management's bonuses and excessive risk-taking. more
66th GCLC Lunch Talk: Recovery of Unlawful State Aid and Insolvency Rules: in Need of a Greater Flexibility?
The EU and the US are facing similar challenges: fiscal consolidation and the fight against unemployment. Moreover, European and American economies are tightly connected and interdependent in terms of trade and investment. more
The European Neighbourhood Policy Chair at the College of Europe, Natolin campus is organising a PhD Summer school on “The EU, its Neighbourhood and the European Neighbourhood Policy: EU Foreign Policy in Times of Change, Crisis and Stagnation” from... more