Economics and the Economic System: The Ecological Transition
19th STOREP Annual Conference
Università della Tuscia, Viterbo, 26-28 May 2022
II Home ΙΙ Registration ΙΙ Invited Speakers ΙΙ Raffaelli Lecture ΙΙ INET-STOREP Initiative ΙΙ
ΙΙ Young Scholars ΙΙ General and Session Program – Special session @ Polo Universitario di Civitavecchia II
II Numbers and areas II Venue II Accommodation and social activities II
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Pre-conference events: Peter Söderbaum invited lecture
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Peter Söderbaum is professor emeritus at Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden. He has previously been employed at the two departments of economics and management science (business economics) of Uppsala University, and for 20 years at the Department of Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala.
Söderbaum has contributed to journals such as Journal of Economic Issues, Ecological Economics, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, Philosophical Economics, Economic Thought, Pluralism and Economics Education.
His books include:
Positional Analysis for Sustainable Development. Reconsidering Policy, Economics and Accounting (2017, with Judy Brown and Malgorzata Dereniowska),
The first three books are published by Routledge, London, the fourth by World Economics Association (WEA), Bristol, UK.
Peter Söderbaum’s paper is available to STOREP members (password-protected) here.
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Joint INET-STOREP initiative
Enrico Giovannini and Marco R. Di Tommaso,
“Ecological transition, sustainable growth, and industrial policy”
Aula Magna del Rettorato, May 26, 11.15 to 13.45
Il Prof. Enrico Giovannini (Roma, 6 giugno 1957), Ministro delle infrastrutture e della mobilità sostenibili è un economista, statistico e accademico italiano. Ha prestato giuramento il 13 febbraio 2021, nel Governo Draghi.
È stato chief statistician dell’Ocse dal 2001 all’agosto 2009, presidente dell’Istat dall’agosto 2009 all’aprile 2013.
Dal 28 aprile 2013 al 22 febbraio 2014 è stato Ministro del lavoro e delle politiche sociali del governo Letta.
È professore ordinario di statistica economica all’Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”, docente di Public management presso il Dipartimento di Scienze politiche dell’Università Luiss e membro di numerosi board di fondazioni e di organizzazioni nazionali e internazionali.
Dal 3 febbraio 2016 fino al 13 febbraio 2021 è stato Portavoce dell’Alleanza Italiana per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile (ASViS).
Marco R. Di Tommaso is Full Professor of Applied Economic Studies, Alma mater Studiorum University of Bologna, Italy; Clare Hall College Life-Member, University of Cambridge, UK; Guest Honorary Professor at South China University of Technology, China; Guest Honorary Professor at South China Normal University, China.
He is Director of CiMET – National University Centre for Applied Economic Studies, www.cmet05.it; Director of EmiliaLab – The universities of Emilia-Romagna Network for Economic Studies (University of Bologna, Ferrara, Modena e Reggio Emilia, Parma, Piacenza), http://www.emilialab.it/.
He is Member of the Scientific Board of SIEPI – The Italian Society of Industrial Economics and Policy (http://siepi.org/en); Director of L’industria – Review of Industrial Economics and Policy funded in 1886, il Mulino (https://www.mulino.it/riviste/); President of the Technical and Scientific Board of ART-ER, Innovation agency of the Emilia Romagna Region Government (www.art-er.it).
He has studied in Italy (Bologna and Naples) and the UK (Manchester). He has been visiting professor in UK (Cambridge), China (SCUT – South China University of Technology), and in the US (UCLA – University of California Los Angeles).
He has focussed his research activity on: International Industry; Industrial Policy; Development and Structural Change, Political economy.
A special attention has been addressed to Chinese Economy and Industry; Health Industry; SMEs, Clusters and local development. He has collaborated with Italian and foreign universities, specialized research centres, international institutions (UNIDO, CEPAL, UNDP, UNITED NATIONS, OECD) and national and local governments.
He has promoted and coordinated research projects in partnership with international networks of academics, universities and institutions.
He has actively participated in the debate within the scientific community by presenting his works at seminars, workshops and conferences both in Italy and abroad.
His writings have been diffused and presented at the national and international level: he has authored and co-authored about 150 scientific papers and 13 books.