Joint Program FUS - LAC
New York Reception
FUS Forum 2023
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Pandemics and Borders: An Exciting Project Yields Results at FUS
Franklin University Switzerland is proud to present the findings of the two-year project “Pandemics as Driver towards Modern Borders and International Collaboration in 19th Century Mediterranean and Southeastern Europe,” supported by the Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS).
Biodiversity conservation: An opportunity for innovation
A study for the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (Bundesamt für Umwelt, BAFU) about nature conservation in Switzerland.
intervalla Volumes 8 and 9
The "intervalla" research journal, a transdisciplinary academic beacon from Franklin University Switzerland, notably advanced its mission with the publication of Volumes 8 and 9.
Towards an open innovation ecosystem in the cultural industry
A research paper co-authored by Vera Dianova, Giulia Miniero, and David Suleiman entitled "Towards an open innovation ecosystem in the cultural industry: The bright side of trust and the dark side of measurement," was published on January 17, 2023 in the Journal of Philanthropy and Marketing.
Franklin Political Risk and Opportunity Index (FRISKOP)
FRISKOP is the first political risk index that combines quantitative measures of the probability of geopolitical events and an assessment of their potential economic impacts.
Fiscal sustainability under a paper standard: two paradigms
Professor Andrea Terzi's paper, "Fiscal sustainability under a paper standard: two paradigms" opens the 2023 issue of the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics.
Prof. Ennas article featured in "Comparativ" journal
Professor Giorgio Ennas' article "Negotiating Protection: Ottoman-Swiss Relations and the Inclusion of Switzerland into a Diplomatic Germansphere during the First World War" has been featured in "Comparativ" journal.
Introducing the Energizing Breakfast Club
The Division of Business and Economics and the Division of Communication, History, and Politics launch the Energizing Breakfast Club, a platform for faculty members to share their emerging research projects and discuss new ideas in an informal breakfast setting.
Games and Museums
Prof. Giulia Miniero and Marta Pizzetti published a chapter on "Games and Museums: A Novel Approach to Attracting and Retaining Audiences." in “The Oxford handbook of Arts and Cultural Management”.