Lecture of Mario Pagliaro at University of Palermo's MA Course in
Entrepreneurship and Management
Europe’s chronic lack of
investment in new energy technologies - How it started and what to do now
Originating from numerous countries,
including Sweden and the Philippines, the students were given a
succinct yet updated presentation of the delay Europe is facing when it
comes to renewable energy industry and new energy industrial technologies.
Dr Pagliaro explained first how Europe’s chronic
lack of investment in new energy technologies started and what to do
now to now and in the next few years to reverse the situation.
Following a brief insight into renewable
energy technologies, the Academia Europaea's member explained why
renewable energy is a global economic need.
Showing the status of the renewable energy
industry in China, Europe, and North America, he presented the
unavoidable need for government investment in these technologies in
Europe, USA and also in India.
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Entirely taught in English, the MSci
in Entrepreneurship and Management
at the University of Palermo aims
to shape successful managers
for companies operating in today's hypercompetitive
as well as to understand how
to turn an
into a successful venture
The degree consists of a two-year multidisciplinary study program
that combines management, economic, legal, and quantitative disciplines to
fully comprehend the determinants underlying the efficiency and success
both of consolidated organizations and of start-up endeavours.
The program structure is meant to engage students in an interactive
with teachers and classmates through high-impact
class tools. Hands-on exercises
, case studies, teamwork, and
project work are tailored to the learning objectives of the course.
The competencies and skills acquired from the degree program allow
aspiring managers, consultants, and entrepreneurs to prepare for future