[Autom. eng. transl.] This eighth small volume continues the series of acts that gathers the contributions as proposed annually during the "Mario Arcelli Lesson", organized by CeSPEM Mario Arcelli, the Catholic University study center. The professor. Romano Prodi, former president of the Council of Ministers and president of the European Commission (1999-2005), was the lecturer of the VIII Lesson Mario Arcelli, held on 2 March 2012 at the Piacenza headquarters of the Catholic University, on the theme: "European growth and the future of the Euro: risks and strategies". This year's lesson happened at a time of strong market tensions and, at times, doubts about the Euro and the European Union itself. The intervention of prof. Prodi focused on the crisis situation of the single European currency, the Euro, from a historical and structural perspective. The professor. Prodi encouraged us a blast of optimism about the European future, underlining that the moments of crisis are, for Europe, also the moments of greatest impulse towards change and greater progress on the path of integration , in the past, they occurred precisely in correspondence with more critical moments. The lesson of prof. Prodi was followed by a debate, moderated by Prof. Franco Timpano, Director of CESPEM, attended by Prof. Innocenzo Cipolletta, president of the University of Trento, prof. Luigi Campiglio, pro-rector of the Catholic University, prof. Maurizio Baussola, Dean of the Faculty of Economics of the Piacenza campus of the Catholic University, and prof. Giacomo Vaciago, founder of the Piacenza headquarters of the Catholic University.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] European growth and the future of the euro: risks and strategies - Proceedings of the eighth Mario Arcelli lesson|
|Number of pages||45|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
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