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All the Alumni can participate: you can be a candidate, you can appoint someone else and you can vote online.
A small share of your personal income tax in Italy can support the causes you believe in. It costs nothing and is not mandatory, but it can be significant. Thanks to the trust of many taxpayers, the 5x1000 income tax contribution to Bocconi has supported 63 students and 5 young researchers.
Proximity tourism: these are the keywords to define the tourist season. As airports and hotels slowly reopen, travelers are changing travel habits. And a flicker of tourism has also reopened - but with new awareness.
Never change a winning team? We’re changing so we can keep winning, with new "captains" ready to achieve new successes. The new Magnificent 8 are Enrico, Simone, Iolanda, Francesco, Elisabetta, Anna and two Andreas (Carucci and Menni): they’re taking up the baton with the "blessing" of those who came before them, to whom we are eternally grateful. Best of luck to all of them!
Among the greatest economists of all time and one of the founders of political economics, he has often been spoken of as a possible Nobel prize winner. A Harvard professor and columnist for the Corriere della Sera, Alesina was an outspoken academic with a very original way of thinking, but he was also a curious man with an uncommon sense of humor. Like that evening in Harlem...
The Italian Community Services is a Foundation that has been providing significant support to the Italian community in San Francisco since 1916. An admirable example of sense of community that has placed one of our Alumni, Pietro Bonanno, on the front lines now more than ever.
In this situation, can you change jobs? Yes, but by facing up to the fact that it will be the situation that changes it. Crumbling sectors, emerging ones and above all how to prepare for the “after. We talked about it with two experts from the HR sector.
In the beginning it was China, which faced down viruses and lockdowns with absolute discipline. Then the pandemic hit Italy, Europe, North America, and a cascade of countries across the world, with different world regions benefiting from the lessons and the errors of those before them. From China to the United States, through New Zealand and South Africa: this is the story of the lockdown as our Alumni tell it.