26-28 October 2016
Welfare State. Crises and prospects for development
A three-day workshop discussing the crisis of the welfare state
Luigi Einaudi Campus, Circolo dei Lettori, Einaudi Research Centre, Turin
In recent years, the States of the European Union have found themselves up against unprecedented and important challenges in implementing welfare policies. The workshop Welfare State. Crises and prospects for development proposes to investigate the sustainability of these policies with reference to two key sectors: pensions, and the labour market. Two focuses of exploration will be dedicated to the new forms of private welfare, complementary to those of the State, and to the health system, with particular attention to theories of decentralisation. The initiative is realised by the Fondazione Fondo Ricerca e Talenti in collaboration with CEST and the Einaudi Research Centre.
Participation is free; we would appreciate it if you would book via email, indicating the sessions in which you would like to participate.
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In partnership with Fondazione Fondo Ricerca e Talenti, Centro Einaudi
Professor of Macro-sociology at the University of Geneva.
President of INPS.
Professor of Constitutional Law at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa.
Professor of Labour Law at the University of Florence
Professor of Political Economics at the University of Turin and Honorary Fellow of the Collegio Carlo Alberto. She was Minister of Employment in the Monti government.
Professor of Political Economics at the University of Turin. He is the Director of the Collegio Carlo Alberto.
Advisor at the Parliamentary Budgetary Office.
Professor of Public Finance at the University of Roma Tre.
Professor of Political History at the European University Institute of Florence.
Associate Professor of Business Economics at the Bocconi University in Milan.
Vice Director of Corriere della Sera.
He is Emeritus President of the Constitutional Court and Emeritus Professor of Penal Law at the LUISS (Rome), where he taught until his election as a Constitutional Judge (in 2000). He was Minister for Justice in the first Prodi government.
Professor of the Economics of Financial Intermediaries at the Bocconi University in Milan.
Post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Turin and Director of Research at the International University College of Turin.
Attorney General at the Court of Cassation.
Associate Professor of Public Finance at the University of Turin.
Professor of Economic Politics at the University of Turin.
Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of the Valle d’Aosta.
Student of the University of Turin and allievo at Collegio Carlo Alberto.
Doctoral student of Rights, Institutions and the Market at the University of Turin
Student of Economics and Statistics at the University of Turin, and at the Collegio Carlo Alberto.
Student at Bocconi University and member of CEST.
Doctoral student in Economics at the Collegio Carlo Alberto and the University of Turin.
Doctoral student in Political Science at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Florence.