“La finanza per la società. Dal dominio al servizio. Cenni sulla necessità di una trasformazione.” by Vitaliano Gemelli

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“La finanza per la società. Dal dominio al servizio. Cenni sulla necessità di una trasformazione.” by Vitaliano Gemelli

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On 6 December, from 17.00 to 18.30 FMA member Vitaliano Gemelli presented his book “La finanza per la società. Dal dominio al servizio. Cenni sulla necessità di una trasformazione” (Finance for society. From domination to service. Hints at the need for transformation) in the Auditorium of the House of European History.

The event was opened and concluded by FMA President Klaus Hänsch.  FMA Vice-President Monica Baldi presented the author and his book and after that FMA Board Member Paul Rübig coordinated the Q&A session with the audience in the room and connected online.

“The political events of the present day are intertwined with significant economic events such as the crisis, they must be explored in all the aspects inherent to human society” – Vitaliano Gemelli. The objective of the book is to show the worldwide problem of sovereign debts and proposes a solution hypothesis with the aim of decoupling them from the financial market, to prevent states from suffering the effects of economic and financial crises, as has happened recently.

The recording of the Librorum event is available here below. English, French and Italian interpretation available.

Summary of the book by Vitaliano Gemelli

This essay is intended as a contribution of ideas on the hypotheses of evolution and development of contemporary society in the perspective of the next fifty years. It presents a political vision of the existing problems, without presuming to have sociological or economic expertise, but only on the basis of a sensitivity deriving from experience in national and European institutions. The political events of the present day are intertwined with significant economic events such as the crisis; they must be explored in all the aspects inherent to human society, without neglecting the multiple sensitivities that each person brings as positive baggage to enrich society. Ultimately, any action taken by the institutions must aim at the human growth of each person and the enhancement of their precious originality. The essay dwells on the worldwide problem of sovereign debts and proposes a solution hypothesis with the aim of decoupling them from the financial market, to prevent states from suffering the effects of economic and financial crises, as has happened recently. The book also includes translations of the text into English, German, French and Spanish.

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Date:
December 6, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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