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Bologna Institute for Policy Research at SAIS Europe | Global Risk

October 22 2018
Financial Risk and Public Debt Management in the Euro Zone
Frederik Ducrozet
Pictet Wealth Management, Switzerland
Nicola Giammarioli
European Stability Mechanism, Luxembourg
Michala Marcussen
Societe General, France

October 25 2018
Robert A. Mundell Global Risk Annual Lecture - The Optimum Currency Area Theory and the Euro
Vitor Constancio
Former Vice President, European Central Bank, Portugal

November 23, 2018
Risk Challenges and Energy Supply
Daniel Atzori
Inspiratia, U.K.
Enrico Falck
Falck Renewables SpA, Italy
Federico Giannandrea
Head of Foresight Southern Europe, U.K.
Marco Peruzzi
E2i Energie Speciali, Italy
Giulio Sapelli
Universita' degli Studi di Milano and ENI Enrico Mattei Foundation, Italy

May 2, 2019
The Janika Albers Memorial Roundtable in Political Risk. Anticipating Global Challenges

The heightened instability of countries, regions, and financial markets in the world today demands a new way of looking at global challenges. It also requires a new kind of global leader – one who is able to predict, understand, and analyze risk in a rapidly changing and interconnected world.

To meet the growing demands of both the marketplace and candidates seeking to advance their understanding of global risk and uncertainty, Johns Hopkins SAIS offers a specialized Master of Arts in Global Risk (MAGR), a 13-month, cohort-based program at the SAIS Europe campus in Bologna, Italy.

The MAGR program is complimented by a series of events each autumn, organized by the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, the school's research division. The program begins with an annual keynote address in honor of Economist Robert A. Mundell, who in the 1960s worked at Johns Hopkins SAIS Europe on many of the theories that would contribute to his Nobel Prize in Economics 1999. The following three panels are each dedicated to a specific area of global risk at the forefront of the public policy debate.

American Foreign Policy
Conflict Management
Energy, Resources and Environment
European and Eurasian Studies
International Relations
Latin American Studies
Middle East Studies
Dana H. Allin
Matteo Alvisi
Edmund Amann
Veronica Anghel
Arthur Appleton
Emanuele Bajo
William A. Booth
Paolo Calzini
Emanuela Carbonara
Gabriel Cardona-Fox
Andrea Carosi
Anna Ottani Cavina
Umberto Cherubini
Raffaella A. Del Sarto
Vincent Della Sala
Marco Dell'Aquila
Giulio Ecchia
David W. Ellwood
Justin Frosini
Johannes Gabriel
Joshua Gallo
Nina Gardner
Marco Gestri
Mark Gilbert
Christopher L. Gilbert
Stefano Guzzini
Manfred Hafner
Nina Hall
John L. Harper
Arntraud Hartmann
Christopher Hill
Herman Hoen
William Hynes
Søren Jessen-Petersen
Erik Jones
Kenneth H. Keller
Péter Krekó
Winrich Kühne
Michael Leigh
Alessandra Luati
Barbara Luppi
Adrian Lyttelton
Susanna Mancini
Massimiliano Marzo
Hanns Maull
Hartmut Mayer
Jacqueline Mazza
Alessandro Merli
Zach Messitte
Erika Meucci
Marko Milenkovic
Francesco N. Moro
Alireza Naghavi
Gianfranco Pasquino
Sara Pennicino
Michael G. Plummer
Samir Puri
Thomas Row
Gary Sick
Tommaso Sonno
Francesco Strazzari
Stephen Szabo
Filippo Taddei
Simone Tagliapietra
Ömer Taspinar
David C. Unger
Sanam Vakil
Bob van der Zwaan
Francesc Vendrell
Cleo Verkuijl
Marcus Walsh-Führing
Stefano Zamagni
Vera Negri Zamagni



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