LUISS

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LUISSLibera Università Internazionale Degli Studi Sociali (Italy)
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is professor of Business Administration, Internal Audit, and Corporate Governance at LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome.
88) Camilla Rigano, RtoP and Cultural Heritage An analysis of the Responsibility to Protect Culture Heritage of an Outstanding Universal Value, Thesis, Department of Political Science, LUISS, 2016, pp.
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1) Dipartimento di Impresa e Management, Universite LUISS Guido Carli, Viale Pola 12, 00198 Roma (Italia).
2011), 'Adjustment Difficulties and Debt Overhang in the Euro-Zone Periphery', LLEE Working Paper Series, 97, LUISS, Rome.
Francesca Corrao, a professor of Arabic culture and language at the LUISS University in Rome, said the island played an important role in transmitting knowledge from east to west.
In the end if Letta is able to get a short-term agreement, if he is able to postpone elections for a few months, then that is a positive result for him and there would be a positive reaction by the markets," said Leonardo Morlino, professor of political science at LUISS University in Rome.
In: The International Association for Research in Economic Psychology/The Society for Advancement of Behavioral Economics World Meeting at LUISS in Rome, Italy, 3-6 September 2008.
Roberto D'Alimonte, a political analyst for il Sole 24 Ore daily and professor at Rome's LUISS University, said the tax fraud conviction poses the more immediate threat since Italy's highest court is likely to rule before the statute of limitations runs out.
Calculations by the Italian Centre for Electoral Studies, part of LUISS university in Rome, gave 121 seats to Bersani's coalition, 117 to Berlusconi, 54 for Grillo and 22 to the centrist coalition led by Monti.
Such a move would have been unimaginable six months ago," said Francesco Perfetti, a history professor at LUISS University in Rome.