Europe has been facing an intense time of uncertainty as consequence of the economic and financial crisis and the emergence of a more radicalised set of political stances, also in relation to the European Union’s sustainability itself. The events around the BREXIT referendum are going to be considered a watershed in the recent history of the EU. As newspapers, social medias and specialised websites are constantly talking about the EU and its health scenarios, in order to have a better understanding on the theme, PIB&FICC are glad to present ‘EUROPE AFTER BREXIT’.
On the 10th of May, at Goodwin Boston, Dr. Cosimo Pacciani (CRO of the European Stability Mechanism of Stability) and Prof. Marco Di Maggio (Harvard Business School) will share their views on potential scenarios triggered by the BREXIT, how Europe is positioned and it is reacting, also in relation to wider global uncertainty stemming by recent US elections and elements of geopolitical instability.
How is Europe dealing with the uncertainty and the complexity of our days? Is it possible to transform uncertainty in a positive outcome? What are the key risks in front of ‘us’ and the European Union?