This event marks the launch of a book on Italy’s present decline, which uses institutional analysis to retrace in the country’s recent history the roots of its politico-economic equilibrium.
Andrea Lorenzo Capussela (@AndreaCapussela) served as the head of the economics unit of Kosovo's international supervisor, the International Civilian Office, in 2008-11, and then as the adviser to Moldova's minister of economy and deputy prime minister, on behalf of the EU. He is the author of State-Building in Kosovo: Democracy, Corruption, and the EU in the Balkans.
Bill Emmott is former Director of The Economist
Valentino Larcinese is Professor of Public Policy in the LSE Department of Government
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