Italian sociologist Giovanni Moro's newest book, La moneta della discordia, will be presented at the Palazzo Clerici, on Tuesday, January 31st at 5:30 pm. Published as part of the UniCredit-supported research project, "The Other Side of the Coin: The Single Currency and European Citizenship," the book is in recognition of the euro's tenth anniversary.
La moneta della discordia investigates the "hidden side" of the euro and its relationship not only with banks and governments, but with all EU citizens. The introduction of the single European currency brought about new identities, relationships, values, cultural patterns and lifestyles. Moro's book also includes an interview with Romano Prodi, the former Italian Prime Minister and President of the European Commission who steered Italy to adopt the euro.
Moro will introduce his book at the event, while presentations will be given by Marina Calloni, Professor at the Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca, Sergio Romano, Leader writer at the Corriere della Sera, Giuseppe Scognamiglio, Head of Public Affairs UniCredit. Enrico Castelli, Vicedirector Rai-Tg1 moderates the debate.
The launch is curated by ISPI, Fondaca, Cooper and UniCredit.
For more information, please visit www.theothersideofthecoin.eu
La moneta della discordia book launch
Tuesday, January 31 at 5:30 pm
ISPI - Palazzo Clerici
Via Clerici 5 - Milan
Admission is free upon registration: