On 2 December, the economist Francesco Grillo and the Chair of Compagnia di San Paolo Francesco Profumo meet to talk about the European crisis.
At a time when the clash between China and the US is intensifying, Europe and Italy seem out of the battle for global digital leadership.
China, governed by a party inspired by an ideology thought to be dead in 1989, has not had a national political election for a hundred years, but seems to adapt better to the technological revolution that the West has triggered.
Yet there is a way to save liberal democracies and Europe from a decline to which we are becoming dangerously accustomed: the book " Lezioni cinesi " by the economist Francesco Grillo puts forward ten practical and ambitious ideas, which suggest a new approach.
The author is talking about it on 2 December (at 6 pm, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Auditorium Hall, Piazza Vincenzo Arbarello, 8, Turin) together with the Chair of Compagnia di San Paolo Francesco Profumo.
Also taking part are Fabiola Pellegrini, Partner, Klecha & Co., an investment bank focused on strategic sectors such as energy, defence and high technology (software, hardware and Internet of Things).
To register for the meeting: https://registrazione2dicembre.eventbrite.it