Rome, Italy

Governing Cities in the XXI Century

when 15 June 2020 - 19 June 2020
language English
duration 1 week
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 1150

The Luiss Summer University Program in Governing Cities in the XXI century gives participants the chance to understand major crises and potential for the future of cities. The course provides participants with a combination of analytical tools to study cities from legal, political and economic points of view while providing participants with an understanding of the challenging and controversial issues that governing a city implies in the twenty-first century.

Course leader

Prof. Christian Iaione

Target group

Bachelor's degree students

Course aim

The goal of this course is to provide participants with a body of knowledge to guide them through the observation and analysis of cities from an interdisciplinary, evidence-based and innovative approach to understand complex but incomplete systems known as cities. The course focuses on the following topics: cities’ role in global governance, international law and city diplomacy, urban economics and management, urban law and governance, urban technology and smart cities, urban journalism and storytelling.

Fee info

EUR 1150: Fee includes:
- 1 week course

Fee does not include accomodation
EUR 450: Fee 2 is optional and includes:
- Accomodation for 1 week