Intesa Sanpaolo Chair on European Governance
Last 25th of November, Luiss Giudo Carli inaugurated the Intesa Sanpaolo Chair on European Governance assigned to the Professor Sergio Fabbrini, the first chair established to study the transformations of the decision-making systems of the European Union.
Sergio Fabbrini is an Italian political scientist, Director of the Department of Political Science and Full Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the LUISS Guido Carli University.
He teaches at Harvard and Berkley University.
He is co-founder of the Luiss School of Governement.
The events of recent years have made the ability to govern fundamental issues such as demography, technology, the environment and the economy in a coordinated manner increasingly complex.
In addition to the economic dimension, globalisation has also had a political dimension. The connection between the two areas increases the instability of the international scenario.
In this context, young women and men with new multicultural skills are needed, able to understand and manage complexity, to think plural strategies and to create the conditions for the development of relationships and partnerships with international players: for this reason, Intesa Sanpaolo supports the chair and the research project "European Governance".
Luiss students will have the opportunity to study, analyze and reflect on events, to understand and predict their impacts and to be ready to act and propose individual and collective behaviors that generate trust, inclusiveness, stability.
A concrete contribution to the training, education and social and cultural growth of new European citizens.