Milan, Italy

Managing International Relations. Crisis, Conflicts, Wars: Consequences Analysis and Scenario Forecasts

when 18 July 2022 - 22 July 2022
language Italian
duration 1 week
fee EUR 400

Compelling current topics will be analyzed at the Università Cattolica Graduate School of Economics and International Relations (Aseri) Summer School, focusing on methods of analysis and on understanding how to forecast scenarios as a consequence of the impact of events and factors - even unpredictable ones - such as crisis and armed conflicts, on the political stability, the economic development, and the security system of a Country and of larger geopolitical areas. In Milan, with international experts and lecturers.

Course leader

Scientific director:
Prof. Vittorio Emanuele Parsi , Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Scientific coordinator & main lecturer:
Prof. Aldo Pigoli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Target group

Students, young professionals, private and public sector managers

Course aim

-to get and manage information data in contexts characterized by overload, disinformation and propaganda;
-to understand phenomena and dynamics leading to unpredictable changes, such as those deriving from a war or from a complex crisis with a strong impact on internal, regional and international frameworks related to politics, economy, and security;
-to be able to forecast scenarios supporting the decision-making process.

Fee info

EUR 400: Fee reduction available for Alumni of the MIR Summer School, students and Premium members of the Community Alumni - Università Cattolica