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Guido Rossi

Guido Rossi

is an Italian jurist. He has taught at the universities of Trieste, Venice, Pavia and Milan. He has been president of the National Prevention and Social Defense Center and of the U.N. International Scientific and Professional Advisory Council. He was president of CONSOB (Italy's Securities and Exchange Commission) from 1981 to 1982, and he was a Senator in the 10th legislature. He was a member of the EU Commission's Group of High Level Company Law Experts in 2001. An opinionist for Il Sole-24 ore, he has published a number of studies on enterprises, markets, and antitrust legislation, and his books include: Il ratto delle sabine (2000), Il conflitto epidemico (2003), Il gioco delle regole (2006), Il mercato d’azzardo (2008), Possibilità economiche per i nostri nipoti? (with J.M. Keynes, 2009) per Adelphi; Capitalismo opaco (Laterza, 2005); Perché filosofia (Editrice San Raffaele, 2008); I comandamenti. Non rubare (with P. Prodi, il Mulino, 2010); Quei maniaci chiamati collezionisti (with P.L. Pizzi, Archinto, 2010).


Ideas and their responsibility in good and evil

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