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Nationalism Is Here to Stay and Can Solve Problems Instead of Causing Them

Nationalism Is Here to Stay and Can Solve Problems Instead of Causing Them

by Jennifer Clark

A 'responsible nationalism', stripped of rightwing dialectic, can also serve the progressive cause, writes Yael Tamir in his latest volume. Let's not forget that this was the basis of the social welfare state  

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SDA Bocconi, a New Set Up to Win the Challenges of Restarting

SDA Bocconi, a New Set Up to Win the Challenges of Restarting

by Tomaso Eridani

Dean Giuseppe Soda, recently confirmed at the helm of the School, has announced a new organizational set up for SDA effective for the next two years  

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Phoenix Project: Bocconi and Citi Foundation Together for the Third Sector

Phoenix Project: Bocconi and Citi Foundation Together for the Third Sector

by Andrea Celauro

Thanks to the collaboration, forty internship opportunities and ten field projects will allow students of the University to engage and work actively in support of third sector entities  

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Health and the Environment Are Priorities for Bocconi Students

Health and the Environment Are Priorities for Bocconi Students

by Davide Ripamonti

About 2,700 university students responded to a survey by the Conference of Italian Rectors on the subject of mobility in times of Covid. By declaring their preference for ecological and safe means of transportation  

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The Future Is on the Web. Even for Luxury Brands

The Future Is on the Web. Even for Luxury Brands

by Davide Ripamonti

In Emanuela Prandelli's LVMH Professorship in Fashion and Luxury Management, the students were challenged to develop strategies for Dior's ecommerce platform. Two teams came out on top  

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Forty Recipes for the Quarantine

Forty Recipes for the Quarantine

by Davide Ripamonti

The idea born during the online aperitif of the Bocconi Department of Management becomes a cookbook. Profs become chefs to donate the proceeds of book sales to create scholarships  

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An Open and Diverse University Community That Can Benefit All Society

An Open and Diverse University Community That Can Benefit All Society

by Tomaso Eridani

Catherine De Vries was recently appointed as first Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at Bocconi. In this interview she talks about the importance of fostering diversity and inclusion in the academic world, making it part of the DNA of universities, promoting open debate in the European landscape, and about the role CIVICA can play as a hub for best practices  

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A Message from Chancellor Angela Merkel for the Opening of the Academic Year

A Message from Chancellor Angela Merkel for the Opening of the Academic Year

At the opening ceremony, held in live streaming, Bocconi President Mario Monti read the message sent by the German Chancellor to the University  

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Bocconi: A Year Focused on Society, Europe and the Future

Bocconi: A Year Focused on Society, Europe and the Future

by Andrea Celauro

The 2020/2021 academic year was inaugurated with guest speaker Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission. While also dealing with the current emergency, the University is redesigning the future by focusing on human capital, innovation and sustainability. Now more than ever  

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The President of the European Commission Will Kick Off Bocconi's Academic Year

The President of the European Commission Will Kick Off Bocconi's Academic Year

by Andrea Celauro

On Saturday 28 November the Opening Ceremony of the Academic Year 2020/2021 will be held, with Ursula von der Leyen as guest speaker. The entire event will be streamed on the University's website and social networks  

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Bocconi at the U7+ Alliance Summit

Bocconi at the U7+ Alliance Summit

by Tomaso Eridani

President Mario Monti will partecipate on November 22/24 at the Presidential Summit of the international universities alliance U7+  

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Angelo Among the Best Young Economists in the ECB Competition

Angelo Among the Best Young Economists in the ECB Competition

by Tomaso Eridani

Angelo D'Andrea, PhD at Bocconi, was among the 9 finalists of the ECB's 2020 Young Economist competition held last week during the annual ECB Forum  

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Know Your Stakeholders and Innovate

Know Your Stakeholders and Innovate

by Jennifer Clark

Measuring the corporate impact on communities and employees is part of a company's innovation process. Starting from this, Sarah Kaplan with 360 Corporation offers CEO and manager a guide to navigate among the inevitable compromises that each decision entails. And to turn them into strategic opportunities. On November 13 she will be protagonist of Build back better', one of the events of the 2020 initiatives of Bocconi4bookcity  

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