The GDS17 is a study group on the impact of economic policies established in Rome in December 2017 by a group of academics from the universities of Roma Tre and Sapienza.

The group is intended as a place for discussions and debate, involving professors, researchers, PhD students and experts in an informal and participative way.

The aim is to gather ideas and proposals and propose together a planning of initiatives (including researches, debates, projects.) to be promoted during the year.

For the period 2019-2022, the GDS17 is supported by  Erasmus + Jean Monnet Project

For information: 

The next GDS17 meeting will be held online on March7 at 3pm, with the following programme: 


03-03:05pm Welcome (Luca Salvatici – Roma Tre University)

03:05-03:50pm Paper presentation: “Reshoring and Plant Closures in Covid-19 times: Evidence from Italian MNEs (Enrico Marvasi – Roma Tre University)

03:50-04:10pm Coffee Break*

* The virtual coffee break will be held on the platform  at this link. Its use is quick and intuitive. For those who are not familiar with the platform, you can watch this short tutorial. 

04:10-04:50pm Project presentationTime to preference: Early preference uptake under CETA and the EU-Korea FTA (Lars Nilsson – European Commission) 

04:50-05:00pm Discussion and Concluding remarks 


Everyone is welcome to participate by following this  MS Teams link