The Russian invasion of Ukraine has undermined the relative political and economic stability established after the end of the Cold War in Europe. Affordable energy is now just a memory, and tensions between the United States and China cast a shadow on the continuity of access to global markets: two crises striking at the heart of the European Union’s growth model over the last twenty years.
Therefore, what are the challenges facing the EU today? What growth model will it pursue, starting with the climate and digital transitions, and how will it finance the model after the epochal breakthrough of Next Generation EU? These are some of the topics that Irene Tinagli, Chair of the European Parliament Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, will discuss during the lecture with Bocconi students.
The event will be held in memory of Achille Boroli and has been organized as part of the European Economic Policy course, coordinated by Carlo Altomonte. It is also part of the academic activities of the Achille and Giulia Boroli Chair in European Studies, assigned to Gianmarco Ottaviano.
At the end of the lecture, the three winning projects of the CIVICA Capstone Project Competition will be announced. The Projects are linked to specific and concrete EU-related policy challenges developed by students in the CIVICA alliance, as part of the second edition of the Graduate Multicampus Course “The Future of Europe,” jointly designed and taught across the CIVICA network. The winners will be awarded a monetary prize funded by Fondazione Achille e Giulia Boroli.
REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS
Rector, Bocconi University
Vice President, Fondazione Achille e Giulia Boroli
Associate Professor of Economics of European Integration, Achille and Giulia Boroli Chair in European Studies, Bocconi University
CONVERSATION WITH BOCCONI STUDENTS
Chair of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee
CIVICA CAPSTONE PROJECT COMPETITION - BOROLI AWARD
CATHERINE DE VRIES
Dean for International Affairs, Bocconi University
Full Professor of Economics, Achille and Giulia Boroli Chair in European Studies, Bocconi University