Luiss Open: the IT revolution and Southern Europe’s two lost decades
A reflection from Fabiano Schivardi, Luiss Deputy Rector for Research and Tom Schmitz, Bocconi Professor of Economics, on the relationship between IT and productivity
Luiss Open: Is growth in Germany slowing down?
An analysis of the German economy from Daniel Gros, Senior Fellow at the Luiss School of European Political Economy
Luiss Open: To beat Trump in 2020, it will take more than your average Democratic candidate
The reflections of Professor Roberto D’Alimonte on Donald Trump’s government and American public opinion
Luiss Open: Italy, thanks to the European Central Bank, has a secret treasure to finance its debt
According to Daniel Gros, a large amount of the public debt is in the hands of the country's financial intermediaries
Luiss Open: What is the link between nationalism and countries' preservation policies?
An interview of Professor Mark Thatcher on policy in France and Italy
Luiss Open: the history, origins and evolution of the European left
An extract from Professor Christian Blasberg's latest publication for Luiss University Press
Luiss Open: 70 years of NATO
Professor Andrea Ungari talks about Italy's role in the intergovernmental military alliance
Luiss Open: the digital transformation, winning and efficient strategies
A report from Professor Paolo Spagnoletti on the Digital Advisory Board promoted by the Luiss Business School and Cisco