Chiara Castrovillari

How does Economic Populism Work? Warwick’s Dr. Herrera at WES2018

Speaking at the Warwick Economics Summit 2018, Warwick’s Associate Professor Dr. Helios Herrera, elucidates an original perspective on the exhausted query over why populist politicians have become so popular in Europe. Many electorates in Europe believe populist governments are the “magic pill” to their problems… Dr. Herrera, coordinator of the...
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Posted Feb. 2, 2018

The Fresher’s guide to finance societies

At Warwick there’s always something for everyone. Six finance societies on campus tell us what they have to offer: Follow them on Facebook to find out what events they have lined up: Warwick Kickstart: / Warwick Finance: Warwick International Development: Warwick Sustainable Development: Warwick Consulting: Warwick Trading:
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Posted Oct. 13, 2017

Kickstart Just Jump Started

Warwick Kickstart, a brand-new society, hosted a panel which explored the world of unusual careers during their first ever event on Thursday. This kind of conversation is hard to find for Warwick students who often lack exposure to career options beyond the Financial or Engineering sector – making a successful...
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Posted Jan. 29, 2017

THE CAREERS ISSUE: Does your studying pay off?

Our deputy finance editor, Chiara Castrovillari, asks if degrees with heavy workloads mean more money. Many students in Warwick have probably already started thinking about their dream job and how to get there. For different people this means different things – for some the dream job is relaxed working hours...
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Posted Nov. 17, 2016

Talking TEF: A breakdown

In this May’s Higher Education White Paper, the government proposed a new university ranking system that comes with the potential for higher fees just four years after tuition fees were frozen. Minister for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson has given  his support to a plan which could see universities raise...
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Posted Sep. 28, 2016

“Brexit is a lose-lose” – Former Italian Prime Minister at Warwick Economics Summit

Dr Enrico Letta, former Italian Prime Minister, renowned scholar in European Economics, and Dean at the Paris School of International Affairs offered his audience at the WES on Friday evening directions on ‘how to save the Euro’, as well as indicating how a “Brexit is a lose-lose situation”. When the...
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Posted Feb. 8, 2016