Ugo Biggeri, the founder of Banca Etica and currently President of the asset management company Etica sgr has brought out a vademecum for financial survival.
Even Milan now seems to want to take inspiration from the Paris model, by switching to other forms of getting around than private cars and increasing green areas. With neighbourhoods very much at the heart of it
The professor of cross-media communication and project management at Milan State University explains that a change of cultural and physical pace is needed. Because there is still no connectivity in many parts of Italy
Paola Maugeri and Luca Mazzucchelli offer their personal solutions for taking care of body and soul, especially during social distancing.
One of Italy’s best-known journalists explains the importance of stories and advises young people to be curious and not to be afraid of change
From jobs to the environment, from the economy to psychology by way of philosophical reflections, the pandemic has accelerated some phenomena and curtailed others. Recent publications offer an abundance of writings, essays and insights on the current moment and on the repercussions we can expect in the future.
A three-way’ interview with Giacomo Poretti, actor and founder of the Oscar theatre in Milan; Davide Milani, president of the Ente dello Spettacolo foundation, and Andrée Ruth Shammah, director of the Franco Parenti theatre in Milan
In his book Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events , the economist and Nobel laureate Robert Shiller reveals the close connection between stories, individual behaviours and the economy
Having even basic financial skills could be crucial to coping with economic shocks, including the coronavirus crisis. Annamaria Lusardi, director of the EduFin Committee for financial education, explains how
Even when the health crisis is over, remote working will still be around. Some Italian companies were already moving in that direction before the pandemic, others are now catching up thanks to shift working and laptops. But across Europe, new regulations to manage agile working are under discussion
The biological and social impact of these two social behaviours is huge: from work to organisation models. A talk with socio-biologist Daniel Lumera
Law professor Cass R. Sunstein explains: present bias is the tendency to be satisfied with a small reward today rather than waiting for a greater reward in the future, for example by investing in ourselves and our education
Our country should stop selling cars with diesel or petrol engines by 2035 and switch to electric cars. New skills, new professional profiles and more research will be needed
“Psychology and the Good Life”, taught by Laurie Santos at Yale, has become the most popular course in the history of the prestigious American university. Yet there is no shortage of examples in Italy as well
Software developers, engineers and computer scientists will be leading the first phase of creating a virtual reality for avatars. But eventually a detailed world will have to be created, and this will only be possible with architects, designers, mathematicians and many other professional profiles.