Deep Dive Webinar - February 2022
Italy: To 2023 and beyond
February 16, 2022 | 3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)
*This information has been updated to reflect the changing situation*
Italy has experienced an unusual period of economic and political stability since Prime Minister Mario Draghi was appointed to lead a government of national unity in February 2021. This period of relative stability was threatened when Draghi indicated he would enter the race to succeed Sergio Mattarella as president of Italy.
Although Mattarella has agreed to stay on, the affair has underscored the fragility of Italy’s political situation. Neither Mattarella nor Draghi appears replaceable. Will Draghi be able to take forward his reform agenda as the 2023 election draws near and the cost of living rises? And what are the prospects for effective or stable government after the elections?
Join Oxford Analytica’s conference call on February 16 where our experts will address the significance of the presidential election and what it means for Italy’s economic and political future.
A discussion between:
- David Hine, Fellow and Tutor in Politics, Christ Church College, Oxford; Director of the Centre for the Study of Democratic Government, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford; Member of the Oxford Analytica Expert Network
- Erik Jones, Director of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute; Member of the Oxford Analytica Expert Network
- Katrina Pirner, Senior Analyst for Southern Europe, FrontierView
Chair: Nick Redman, Editor in Chief and Director of Analysis, Oxford Analytica
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