A core feature of the Schuman Centre’s mission is to engage with the world of practice though high level policy dialogue and executive training. The model that has been developed over the years brings together academics and practitioners in mutually beneficial engagement in different formats - workshops, seminars, and restricted roundtables. The distinctive role that the European University Institute plays is to provide a European-level forum that is not regarded as belonging to any one member state.
Regulation and Competition
Energy Policy and Regulation
Bringing together the world of academia and practice, the Florence School of Regulation (FSR Energy & Climate) actively fosters collaboration between stakeholders in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa advance policy and regulation in Europe and worldwide. With more than a decade of experience in delivering residential and online events for energy specialists, the school is an internationally recognised platform for policy dialogue.
Banking and Finance
In June, the Florence School of Banking and Finance also hosted an online debate with Jörg Kukies, State Secretary, German Ministry of Finance, and Odile Renaud-Basso Director General of the French Treasury. The two introduced and discussed the unprecedented French-German proposal of a grants-based European Union Recovery Plan.
In November, the Florence School of Banking and Finance organised an interdisciplinary academic event on ‘Bank Resolution in Times of COVID-19’.The event brought together leading scholars and policy-makers to discuss economic, financial, legal, and public policy topics related to financial stability and bank resolutions in the context of the outbreak.
Page last updated on 12 January 2021