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L’Italia ce la farà #JohnsHopkinsUniversity 2022 NATIONAL ELECTIONS Friday, 23 September 2022 – 6:30 pm CEST @SAISHopkins

The event will be held in person at the
Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe
Via B. Andreatta, 3 – Bologna, Italy

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Please RSVP by September 21st: sais.eu.events@jhu.edu

L’Italia ce la farà


JUSTIN O. FROSINI
Robert Abernethy Adjunct Professor, SAIS Europe; Associate Professor of Comparative Public Law, Luigi Bocconi University

DANIELA GIANNETTI
Full Professor of Political Science, University of Bologna

GIANFRANCO PASQUINO
Senior Adjunct Professor, SAIS Europe; Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Bologna
MODERATOR:

JOHN L. HARPER
Senior Adjunct Professor of American Foreign Policy; Professor Emeritus, Johns Hopkins University

Italy: No Country for Trivial Elections #September21 Bologna Institute for Policy Research

Monday 21 September at 6.30 pm


You would think that a small number of regional elections could pass unnoticed in the greater scheme of things – particularly during a global pandemic! – but not in Italy. The country not only faces a test in the relationship between the two awkwardly matched coalition partners, but each of the governing parties individually faces its own turning point. The Five Star Movement is giving up its two-term mandate; the Democratic Party risks losing one or more of its traditional strongholds; and Italia Viva could shrink into irrelevance (if it is not there already). Each of these developments brings a new element of risk into the coalition dynamics at a time when the country (and the euro area) can ill-afford a government crisis. Add to that the constitutional referendum to reduce the number of parliamentarians – with implications for both the electoral system and the functioning of the Italian parliament – and you have a potentially volatile mixture of concerns. Italy’s bond markets may be calm under the influence of the European Central Bank, but that does not mean they are secure. The storm may be coming and this election could bring it closer. If you want to understand the results as they unfold, please join our expert panel.

Italy: No Country for Trivial Elections

Donatella Campus
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Bologna
Justin O. Frosini
Adjunct Professor of Constitutional Law, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe; Director of the Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development; Associate Professor of Comparative Public Law, Luigi Bocconi University
Erik Jones – Chair
Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe
Gianfranco Pasquino
Senior Associate Fellow, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe; Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Bologna

 

VIDEO Emilia-Romagna: a Setback for Salvini or a Comeback for the Left? Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe

EMILIA-ROMAGNA:
A SETBACK FOR SALVINI OR A COMEBACK FOR THE LEFT?

SAIS Europe Faculty Members Discuss the Consequences
of the Regional Elections in Emilia-Romagna

 

Justin O. Frosini, Adjunct Professor of Constitutional Law
Erik Jones, Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy
Gianfranco Pasquino, Senior Adjunct Professor of European and Eurasian Studies

THURSDAY, 30 JANUARY 2020 – H. 18:30
Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe – via B. Andreatta 3, Bologna

 

Emilia-Romagna: a Setback for Salvini or a Comeback for the Left? #30january #Bologna Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe

THURSDAY, 30 JANUARY 2020 – H. 18:30
Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe – via B. Andreatta 3, Bologna

EMILIA-ROMAGNA:
A SETBACK FOR SALVINI OR A COMEBACK FOR THE LEFT?

SAIS Europe Faculty Members Discuss the Consequences
of the Regional Elections in Emilia-Romagna

Justin O. Frosini, Adjunct Professor of Constitutional Law
Erik Jones, Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy
Gianfranco Pasquino, Senior Adjunct Professor of European and Eurasian Studies

 

INVITO Prima presentazione di La Costituzione in trenta lezioni – 17 febbraio 2016

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di Gianfranco Pasquino
LA COSTITUZIONE IN TRENTA LEZIONI

mercoledì 17 febbraio 2016, ore 17
Biblioteca dell’Archiginnasio
piazza Galvani 1, Bologna

L’Autore ne parlerà con
Elena D’Orlando (Università di Udine)
Justin O. Frosini (Università Bocconi)
Tommaso Giupponi e Sofia Ventura (Università di Bologna)

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