Professor Pietro Paganini, who teaches in the Department of Business Administration at John Cabot University, recently published an editorial in the prestigious Italian daily Corriere della Sera on how education and creativity can help fight unemployment.
A native of Milan, Professor Paganini, who holds a Doctorate in Communication and Complex Organizations from LUMSA University, is co-founder of Competere - Geopolitical Management - a transatlantic consulting firm based in Rome. He is also the founder of Gingerit, an interior design and renovation firm. He teaches New Product Management and Principles of Management at JCU.
His first book Innovation: from Theory to Territory: Paradigm and Strategies in the Information Society was published in January 2006. He is also the author of numerous articles in various Italian and international papers, scientific journals, radio and TV, in which he has continuously advocated free market, entrepreneurship and innovation. Professor Paganini was recently featured as John Cabot University Professor of the Month.
Read the article (in Italian) "La formazione e la creatività che servono a battere la disoccupazione."
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