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  • M. C. Escher, Hand with reflecting sphere
    Facts & Stories
    Roberta Cutillo(May 15, 2019)
    A new book by the President of the Italian branch of leading research and analysis agency IPSOS, Nando Pagnoncelli, warns against the risks of governing through polls and reveals that Italians share a collective misperception of the country’s situation, particularly regarding economics, migration, and crime rates.
  • Two new studies are examining under the microscope Italy’s so-called millennial generation, to analyze both their aspirations and the ways they are facing a new globalized world while challenged by tough economic prospects at home. During 2013 some 82,000 young people set out for foreign pastures, almost 21% more than in 2012; of this new generation of Italian emigres, one out of six holds a degree from an Italian university. The effects have brought real change in family relationships, but also in politics.