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If the US and China quarrel, the planet suffers

If the US and China quarrel, the planet suffers

by Jennifer Clark

Hypercompetition between the two powers, exacerbated by the rare earth elements issue, risks being a disadvantage for the fight against climate change, emphasizes author Sophia Kalantzakos in her volume China and the Geopolitics of Rare Earths  

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A Nudge Will Be Good for the Vaccine Passport

A Nudge Will Be Good for the Vaccine Passport

by Alessandro Romano

Two behavioral economics experiments show that to avoid the polarization of public opinion in favor of or against the Covid digital certificate (as happened for example with the opposition to the app for tracking) it is good to combine two information strategies. The first is to reduce the bias of the status quo, the second is to introduce the peer effect  

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We Will Do Better If We Know How to Network

We Will Do Better If We Know How to Network

by Emanuele Elli

To better manage efficiency in the use of resources and operational reliability, the key is lean management. Bocconi graduate Stefano Manfredi, general manager of the National Cancer Institute of Milan, tells us why  

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Bringing Innovation to Prosecco

Bringing Innovation to Prosecco

by Davide Ripamonti

A vineyard and a resort on Col di Luna are the dream come true for Sarah Dei Tos. Who has made quality Prosecco her flagship  

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With Business Greatness Comes Responsibility

With Business Greatness Comes Responsibility

by Davide Ripamonti

For Roberto Sciolli, Bocconi Alumnus and CFO of Guido Berlucchi, technology is important as long as it is used to improve production processes and the conditions of those who work in the company  

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For the Podium. And for Women

For the Podium. And for Women

by Davide Ripamonti

Emma Twigg, New Zealand rower and a FIFA Master graduate, will participate in her fourth Olympic Games to chase a podium she nearly missed twice. But also to continue her battle for gender equality  

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Three, the Perfect Number

Three, the Perfect Number

by Davide Ripamonti

Eleonora Giorgi, walking champion and Bocconi alum, will compete in her third Olympics in Tokyo. She already won a bronze at the 2019 World Championships, but the hunt for a great performance and another medal continues  

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Two Siblings and a Family Vineyard

Two Siblings and a Family Vineyard

by Davide Ripamonti

For Giovanna Prandini organic is an objective, not a dogma  

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Limitless Sara

Limitless Sara

by Andrea Celauro

The twenty year old CLEACC student is among the winners of an international poetry competition in Paris. But the award is only the latest in numerous awards and her debut collection opens with a preface by the poet Alessandro Quasimodo  

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Promoting and Protecting Oltrepo' Wines

Promoting and Protecting Oltrepo' Wines

by Davide Ripamonti

Bocconi Alumna Gilda Fugazza is the first woman to be elected President of the Consorzio tutela vini Oltrepo' Pavese. A prestigious role but with many responsibilities  

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Digital, Ambassador and New Markets. Thus History Is Renewed

Digital, Ambassador and New Markets. Thus History Is Renewed

by Emanuele Elli

At a time when the pandemic is shaking up the wine sector, the Bocconi graduate with a professional background in marketing for large companies talks about the strategic choices for developing a company beyond the emergency  

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How to Transform Information Into Services

How to Transform Information Into Services

by Emanuele Elli

Data collection is a key element for personalizing hearing care, explains alumnus Giuseppe Vironda, Amplifon's Chief Marketing Officer. Even in one segment, that of seniors, which is only apparently less digitized than the others  

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Resilience Comes from Accumulated Practice

Resilience Comes from Accumulated Practice

by Emanuele Elli

Fastweb is a profitable fiberoptic cable company that has heavily invested in data and platforms. It introduced smart working before the pandemic, something that made it more resilient during the lockdown, as its employees have kept focused and engaged on business objectives. Explains Alberto Calcagno, CEO of Fastweb  

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