Many Different Activities, One Common Thread: The European soul
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Many Different Activities, One Common Thread: The European soul

BOCCONI IS TIED TO EUROPE BY A DOUBLE THREAD: THANKS TO AN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY THAT TOUCHES EACH OF THE COUNTRIES OF THE UNION AND THANKS TO THE COMMITMENT OF ITS ALUMNAE AND ALUMNI, MANY OF WHOM HAVE MADE CAREERS IN EU INSTITUTIONS

An international community, where all the flags that make up the European Union coexist: this is Bocconi at its core. But it is also Bocconi that looks outwards, with many alumnae and alumni who over the years have contributed to building the European dream of progress by working in EU institutions. From the various Directorates General of the European Commission, to the European Court of Auditors; from the Central Bank (ECB) to the European Investment Bank (EIB); from the Court of Justice to political and economic consultancy in the Cabinets of individual European Commissioners: in this issue of the Bocconi magazine, entirely dedicated to Europe, viaSarfatti25 gives the floor to some of them. 

interview with Mario Nava, Bocconi alumnus of the yearthe story of Valeria Miceli, Bocconi Alumnathe story of Edoardo Carlotti, Bocconi AlumnusBocconi alumni chaptersthe story of Angela Munoz, Bocconi Alumna
the story of Guido Fara, Bocconi Alumnusthe story of Debora Revoltella, Bocconi Alumnathe story of Gabriele Giudice, Bocconi Alumnusthe story of Alessandra Tirrito, Bocconi Alumnathe story of Antonio Riso, Bocconi Alumnus
the story of Giancarlo Viola, Bocconi Alumnusthe story of Arianna Vannini, Bocconi Alumnathe story of Roberto Schiavi, Bocconi Alumnus
 



by Andrea Celauro

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    Changed by Women is underway, the project that tells the extraordinary stories of 99 women who have pursued their dreams and changed the future. The initiative entails a book, fundraiser, women's mentoring program and roadshow involving the Bocconi alumni community. The project aims to bet on the future and inspire the next generation of girls and young women

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    The law is becoming ever more green: from the ancient Roman empire to current climate change, from environmental law to the protection of future generations and sustainable development. These concepts are explained further in this article by Miriam Allena, lawyer at Bocconi University and member of the recently established ministerial commission called upon to write the new Environmental Consolidated Law

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