XXXII Edition

July 5-8, 2021

During the past thirty-one years, the quality of the Scientific contributions and ensuing debates of the Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar has consistently been outstanding, owing to the participation of leading experts.
The Conference has provided an important opportunity to meet and discuss the most current topics in economic research.

A volume published by Springer will include a selection of Seminar contributions.


The purpose of the Conference is to bring together veteran and current policymakers and researchers from around the world to offer their insights on how best manage economic, financial, political and social risks during this unprecedented crisis.

The issues are:

  • Inequality and pandemic
  • Global Supply Chains, pandemic and trade
  • Monetary and fiscal policies in the post Covid-19
  • The unequal impact of Covid on workers. Skills, automation and employment
  • State ownership and Covid-19
  • Making the EU Green Deal and digital transformation working. The Productivity Challenge
  • Next Generation EU: A Recovery Plan for Europe
  • The EU Challenge on climate change and sustainability
  • Redesigning the EU Fiscal Policies
  • Sovereign Debt sustainability in the Euro area and economic policy
  • The next steps of the European governance project
  • Building an EU strategy for resilience



Paper Submission Deadline: May 31, 2021

Conference Registration Deadline: June 15, 2021