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Modern economic and social culture

Luiss

The Luiss (Libera Universitą Internazionale degli Studi Sociali - Free International University of Social Studies), dedicated to Guido Carli, former governor of the Bank of Italy and former President of the Confederation, is an independent university, sponsored?? by Confindustria.

It was founded in Rome in the 1970s when a group of entrepreneurs decided to invest human and financial resources in a university at a level of international excellence.

Inspired by the principle of a pluralism of ideas and ongoing innovation, its three faculties – Economics, Law and Political Science – it offers young people in Italy an advanced educational model.

Given its didactic qualities, its connections with the world of enterprise and the rigorous selection of the best students from the best schools, Luiss University provides the business culture for the country’s future leadership.

 

Il Sole 24 Ore

A reference point for everyone dealing with economics and finance, “Il Sole 24 Ore” is not just a newspaper, but rather a multimedia system using different channels to provide integrated systems of products and services to both professional and private customers.

Founded as "Il Sole" in 1865 and strengthened in 1965 by the merger with "24 Ore", today it is one of Italy’s and Europe’s most authoritative newspapers. Together with accurate news on economic and political events, legal and fiscal matters, finance and the world markets, it has acquired specialized sections on diverse topics and areas, as well as new products and services, such as the Radiocor Agency, the Radio 24 radio station and the digital television channel, "Ventiquattrore TV".

"Il Sole 24 Ore" is likewise a leader in professional publishing, and organizes conferences, seminars and training courses.

Total daily sales of the newspaper average 390,000 copies, with more than 1,200,000 readers.