The summer program in Market Regulation and Investments for Growth: Experiential Learning in Italian Institutions for European Policy is designed for undergraduates who have completed at least two years of university study, as well as master's and PhD students.
|Dates||July 17-29, 2017|
|Level||Advanced bachelor's level|
|Course leader||Marcello Messori, Professor of Economics and Director of the LUISS School of European Political Economy|
|Early bird deadline||February 15, 2017|
|Standard deadline||May 15, 2017|
The two-week program offers five days of classes and experiential learning each week. The program focuses on specific aspects of European policies.
The first part is devoted to analysis of the Bank of Italy. After an introductory lesson on the role of the Bank in the European system of national central banks, students will visit the Bank of Italy and see how it deals with banking and insurance supervision as well as with the implementation of monetary policy.
In the second part, students will learn about the importance of financial market supervision by visiting the Italian Commission for Corporations Listed in the Stock Market (CONSOB).
The third part will deal with market regulation, competition policy and consumer protection. During this part, an introductory class explaining the importance of market policies will be followed by a visit to the Italian Antitrust Authority.
The final part of the program will deal with financing investment projects in Europe. A description of the structure of the European Investment Bank, its role and its accomplishments will be provided and students will also learn about managing specific investment projects through presentations by experts from local subsidiaries of the EIB. Students will also visit an Italian project financed with the contribution of the EIB.
- €1,250 standard rate for students from LUISS and partner universities
- €1,250 early bird rate for students from outside the LUISS network
- €1,350 standard fee