Social Innovation Tournament

 

 

 

 

 

Applications for the Social Innovation Tournament 2019 are now closed

 

 

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The EIB Institute was set up within the EIB Group (European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund) to promote and support socialcultural, and academic initiatives with European stakeholders and the public at large. It is a key pillar of the EIB Group’s community and citizenship engagement.

 

 

 

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Institute sponsors European University Institute conference

The Institute is sponsoring the annual conference of the European University Institute's Florence School of Banking and Finance on "European financial infrastructure in the face of new challenges" to take place on 25 April 2019 in Florence. Co organised by the Brevan...
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Lecture “Funds for Good: a business model with social impact”

When? Tuesday 7 May 2019, starting at 13:00   The EIB Institute is pleased to invite you to a conversation with an impact investor, Nicolas Crochet, one of the three co-founders of Funds For Good. Join us and learn how Funds for Good business model addresses...
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“Museum on wheels” arrives in Rome!

On 11 April, the journey of the first European “museum on wheels” – launched by the EIB Institute, Turin’s Museo del Risparmio and Scania Italia to teach Italian children how to make conscious use of resources – will end in the capital city of Rome. The SAVE...
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Time for science-based action!

What can companies do to fight climate change? The most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change special report reminds us of the urgent imperative to stay within the 1,5°C maximum temperature. Companies must take up their responsibilities and act. But at...
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Inequality and consumption

The debate over inequality relies mostly on income data but consumption is a direct measure of well being and a good indicator of inequality notably because it reflects long-term prospects, said Professor Tullio Jappelli, University of Naples Federico II at a seminar organised jointly by the EIB Institute and the University of Luxembourg as part of the “Inequality and…” series...."
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