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A robotic hand to support the ‘invisible hand’ of the market

julio 27th, 2022|Contemporary Challenges, EOF ProView ES|

Market laws are not deterministic but are related to behavior. The topic dealt with here, briefly, concerns the possibility of controlling behavior such as the uncontrolled rise in prices for certain socially relevant products where that cause damage.

Laudato Si desde el principio hasta ahora. The Economy of Francesco

mayo 26th, 2022|Contemporary Challenges, EOF ProView ES|

El Papa Francisco nos recuerda el cuidado de nuestra Madre Tierra como el deber de custodios de la creación. El recorrido entre la encíclica de Laudato Si y The Economy of Francesco tuvo enormes cambios, y una vez más nos cuestiona que el grito de la tierra es también el grito de los pobres.

LE SOCIETA’ BENEFIT: VERSO UN NUOVO (ED EMERGENTE) PARADIGMA IMPRENDITORIALE

mayo 18th, 2022|Contemporary Challenges, EOF ProView ES|

Pressoché triplicate rispetto a qualche anno or sono, la diffusione capillare e costante delle società benefit nel nostro Paese pone inedite ed importanti sfide (ambientali, sociali, culturali e normative) per quelle società che decidono fattivamente di coniugare al tradizionale obiettivo di profitto, una o più finalità di beneficio comune, e cioè operando in maniera responsabile, sostenibile e trasparente nei confronti di persone, comunità, territori e ambiente.

#Ukraine. An economy with a soul must be grounded in peace

marzo 2nd, 2022|Contemporary Challenges, EOF ProView ES|

As editors of the Contemporary Challenges section of the EoF ProView, we envisioned starting this section with something more positive, but given the extraordinary situation facing Ukraine in the sad reality we live in these days, inevitably this brings us to adjust our plans.

Changing the system is possible: why not start first from the economic sector?

febrero 22nd, 2022|Contemporary Challenges, EOF ProView ES|

The vast agri-food chain is the leading economic sector in Italy in terms of revenues. But it is based on a system of exploitation that is unsustainable for humans and the environment. How can we reverse this trend, moving from good practices to a real transformation of the system?

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