The ECB and the challenge of communicating central bank policy
Friday, March 2, 2018 at 11.30 am
room 1-G, Venice International University, San Servolo island
Christine Graeff, Director General of Communications at the European Central Bank
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
at 4.45 pm, Aula Magna
VIU Professor Hiroshi Nishihara tragically passed away on January 22nd, following a car accident in Tokyo.
Hiroshi Nishihara, 59, was Professor of Constitutional Law at Waseda University, where he has also been Dean of the Graduate School of Social Sciences and Director of the Institute of Social Sciences. He was National Bar Examiner for the Ministry of Justice of Japan. He was an internationally renowned scholar, who published numerous authoritative academic books and articles in Japanese, German and English. His main fields of research were Constitutionalism, Fundamental Theories on Human Rights, Constitution of the Welfare State and Sex Equality. Among other things, he was author of a book, explaining the Japanese Constitution to primary and middle school students.
Registration for the Spring 2018 courses has been postponed to January 15.