The new provisions for lessons, exams, degrees, exercises, tutors and traineeships, receptions, and still the rules for access to common areas are online and costantly updated. All events are also suspended until April 3rd. We recommend to carefully follow the official channels of Ca' Foscari.
The spreading of the Covid-19 virus causes a reduction in economic activity worldwide and may lead to new risks to financial stability. The authors, including Loriana Pelizzon, draw attention to the urgency of the targeted mitigation strategies on the European level. Coordinated action at European level is decisive to prevent markets from losing confidence in the resilience of banks, particularly in countries with limited fiscal capacity. In contrast to the euro crisis of 2011, the cause of the current crisis does not lie in the financial markets; therefore, the risk of moral hazard for banks or states is low.
Until April 21st, 2020 the call for application for the academic year 2020/2021 of the 14 PhD programmes of Ca' Foscari University of Venice are open, including the three programmes offered by the Department of Economics: Law, Market and Person; Economics; Science and Management of Climate Change. Over the years, international collaborations, students and teachers from abroad have grown.
The UNESCO Chair on Water Heritage and Sustainable Development will involve a team of geographers coordinated by prof. Francesco Vallerani and Eriberto Eulisse, respectively Full Professor and Technical Administrative Staff of the Department of Economics.