EUMOL Winter School is a short course (20-teaching hours) and addressed to university students (both bachelor and master degree), ph.d. candidates, policymakers and academics. It aims to investigate, according to an interdisciplinary approach, how is changing the “money identity” of the EU and to which extent money performs as a means of community belonging. It is taught in English by Dr Gabriella Gimigliano, EUMOL Jean Monnet Chair holder, in close cooperation with the key teaching staff members as well as academic and non-academic experts beyond the group of the teaching staff members.
2018 EUMOL Winter School: money as a social institution.
2019 EUMOL Winter School: money as a micro-payment system.
2020 EUMOL Winter School: money as a macro-payment system.
2021-2022 EUMOL Winter School: money as a macro-payment system.