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18-19 Novembre 2010: Conferenza Internazionale: Governare le Democrazie

On November 18-19 2010 the LUISS School of Government and ARSAE (Italian Association for the Studies on Elected Assemblies) played host to a leading international conference addressing the complexities and intricacies of governing today's democracies. The first day, which was hosted by the Office of the Prime Minister, was devoted to examining the Italian case while the second day examined the situation in the France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States. The conference was closed by the Hon. Giuliano Amato, Former Prime Minister of Italy.

Thursday 18 November 2010

15.00 – 15.30


Marc Lazar, Presidente LUISS School of Government,

Vincenzo Lippolis, Presidente ARSAE, LUSPIO Roma.

15.30 – 17.30

Governing Italy

Chair: Vincenzo Lippolis Presidente ARSAE, LUSPIO Roma.

  • Governing Between Pressures and Vetoes, Sergio Fabbrini, Director, LUISS School of Government.
  • The Electoral Formation of the Government, Roberto D’Alimonte, LUISS Guido Carli, Italian Centre for Electoral Studies
  • Government, Parliament and Political Parties, Augusto Barbera, Bologna University
  • The Normative Role of the Government, Nicola Lupo, LUISS School of Government.
  • Government and Administration, Giulio M. Salerno, Università di Macerata.
  • Government and Territorial Authorities, Fabio Cintioli, LUSPIO Roma.

18.30 – 20.00

Roundtable Debate: The Government from Within: A Roundtalble Between Previous General Secretaries of Italy's Prime Ministers’ Office

Chair: Andrea Romano, Executive Committee, , LUISS School of Government,

  • Antonio Catricalà, President, Italian Competition Authority
  • Paolo De Ioanna, Councillor of State
  • Alessandro Pajno, President of Section, Council of State
  • Silvio Traversa, General Secretary, Istitute for Documentation and Legislative Studies

Friday 19 November 2010

9.00 – 11.00

Governing Western Democracies

Chair: Giovanni Orsina, Deputy Director, LUISS School of Government.

  • Governing France: Still Semi-Presidential Government Yves Mény, European University Institute.
  • Governing Germany: Still Chancellorship? Thomas Poguntke, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf.
  • Governing the United Kingdom: How the Premiership Works ? Paul Webb, Sussex University.
  • Governing the US: Still Presidential Government? Bruce E. Cain, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Governing the EU: Which Role for National Governments? Kreppel, University of Florida.

11.30 – 13.00

Final debate introduced by: Giuliano Amato, President Istituto dell’Enciclopedia Italiana