Will the pandemic's "creative destruction" bring us to new socio-economic models? What lessons can we learn from the experience of the last year - among all, from the vicissitudes of the vaccines - about the management of the common goods? And which mistakes should we avoid in the future? Which are the conditions for a more sustainable development? What kind of relation should be established between politics and economics? How to reform our welfare system in the spirit of a virtuous collaboration between State, private sector and civil society?
Stefano Zamagni, President of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, will address these questions.
In a world that changes faster and faster, the "Future Leaders" Program offers young talents under 40 years of age occasions for in-depth discussions and debate with regards to long-term trends that will to significantly affect global scenarios.
By invitation only.