Click here for a new paper by the CEP's Giacomo Benedetto on how 46% of Italian voters aged 18-24 voted for Beppe Grillo's Five Star Movement and just 3% voted for the Centre-Left.
Thursday 28 February, 6:30pm
Senate House, Court Room
University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Royal Holloway, University of London warmly invites you to a public debate on contemporary Italy, touching themes such as the political system, civil society, culture, media, leaders, elites, economy, and governments, all in the light of 24-25 February elections.
Andrea Mammone, historian, Royal Holloway
Giacomo Benedetto, political scientist, Royal Holloway
Fabio Cavalera, journalist, Corriere della Sera
Andrea Ingianni, economist, Kingston University
Giuliana Pieri, cultural historian, Royal Holloway
Giuseppe Veltri, social scientist, University of East Anglia
Refreshments will follow.
This event is organised with the sponsorship of the Centre for European Politics, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of History, Humanities and Arts Research Centre, at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Dr. Andrea Mammone
Department of History
Royal Holloway, University of London
Giacomo Benedetto has just posted a comment on the LSE EUROPP blog on the effects of austerity on investment in innovation and technology in the EU. The post can be found here: http://bit.ly/T8KxXd
The post highlights Giacomo's latest book on the EU budget published this month with Palgrave.
European Union Budget Reform: Institutions, Policy and Economic Crisis, edited by Giacomo Benedetto of the Centre for European Politics and Department of Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway and by Simona Milio of the London School of Economics, has just been published.
Copies can be ordered from Palgrave-Macmillan.