Economic Policy Frameworks Revisited - The legacy of Giancarlo Marini

This event is dedicated to the memory of Giancarlo Marini, who passed away prematurely in 2013 while serving as the Director of the Department of Economics in Tor Vergata.

Rome, March 18th 2024
School of Economics – University of Rome Tor Vergata
Sala del Consiglio, Building B, II Floor

Summer School

Markets and Governments: a Theoretical Appraisal

SECOND EDITION

INEQUALITY, THE DESIGN OF MARKETS AND REDISTRIBUTION

June, 19th-21st, 2024
Villa Mondragone, Rome

This year’s summer school will focus on inequality, the design of markets and redistribution.

Winter Sports and Climate Change - EWAS

University of Colorado at Boulder, November 28, 2023

Hybrid Event click here to register and participate

 

EUPM2: A new academic path for EU Project managers

Narrowing the gaps to enable better project design and management in Europe.

  • Increasing student’s job opportunities in a dynamic and attractive sector through the improvement of their skills and abilities in managing EU funded projects.

  • Enriching the higher education sector with a new, common, and innovative academic path to improve its alignment to the increasing market demand of qualified EU project managers.

longITools

LongITools is a European research project studying the interactions between the environment, lifestyle and health in determining the risks of chronic cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

“Green Agrifood PMI” (GAP)

Il progetto “Green Agrifood PMI” (GAP) ha come obiettivo il rafforzamento delle piccole-medie imprese laziali del settore dell’agrifood nella loro strategia di sviluppo di produzioni biologiche.

InnovAgroWoMed

Social Innovation in the Agri-food sector for Women’s Empowerment in the Mediterranean sea basin

Promotion of social inclusion and the fight against poverty: Professionalization of young people (NEETS) and women

ProcToGo: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership

ProcToGo is a KA2 Strategic Partnership co-funded by Erasmus+. Led by Tor Vergata University of Rome, the project involves a transnational partnership with University of Antwerp, University of Bremen, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Universidade Nova de Lisboa.