The identity of the European Union
Sergio Fabbrini’s book challenges many widespread and reassuring interpretations about the European Union
The quality of democracy in Latin America
Professor Morlino presents his most recent research at the International Forum in Santo Domingo
Democracy and the market: it's complicated
Professor Raffaele De Mucci has written a series of essays on the relationship between political systems and the free market
The legal and political consequences of the Jobs Act
On Wednesday, January 21, Professor Roberto Pessi will present a LUISS conference on the effects of the new labor reforms
Social Guerrilla: unconventional semiotic traps
The new book by LUISS professor Paolo Peverini discusses the most innovative forms of social communication
Marketing to enhance the value of regions
Professor Matteo Caroli, full professor of Economics and Management of International Companies, explains the value of regional marketing
How to make democracy work: Mark Kennedy's vision
A former American congressman and director at George Washington University, Professor Mark Kennedy spoke at a LUISS conference entitled "Making Democracy Work"
Privacy: a fundamental right or false myth?
LUISS researcher Michele Bocchiola talks about his essay on the contradictions generated by the concept of privacy