Milan, Italy

Europe and the Crisis: Decline or Revival? (taught in ITALIAN)

when 16 July 2014 - 17 July 2014
duration 1 week
fee EUR 200

The course will test how the European Union is changing due to the crisis that has hit it, in terms of decision-making and policies. It will conduct a critical analysis of the instruments so far prepared to fight the crisis and how the balance of power is changing within the EU. We will also suggest various options to overcome the crisis through a further deepening of the European integration process. So this is an essential course in order to understand the weaknesses and the profound changes that the EU and the Eurozone are experiencing because of the crisis. The course is in Italian but some materials to support could be in the English language.

Useful for the Diploma course in "European Affairs".

Course leader

Antonio Villafranca, Research Fellow, ISPI

Target group

The course is intended for:

- Students
- Graduates
- Young professionals

Course aim

The aim of the course is to analyze the root causes of the crisis that commonly (but incorrectly) is called "debt crisis." This analysis will be explained in the current international context which is still quite unbalanced and particularly vulnerable to the risks coming from Europe.

Fee info

EUR 200: The EUR 200 course fee includes all instructional materials