Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Mafia Banks & Economic Crisis with Roberto Saviano & Nouriel Roubini: Two Perspectives on the Crisis

New York University's Department of Italian Studies Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò Global and Joint Program Studies at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute present "Italy and the U.S. Two Perspectives on the Crisis" Featuring: Roberto Saviano and Nouriel Roubini Moderated by: Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Chair, NYU Department of Italian Studies

Roberto Saviano : "We Italians have the best law, the best anti-mafia law in the world and we have taught the world anti-mafia methods. As of today, the majority of the world's most important consultations in anti-mafia matters go through Italy. The investigations we have reported have a lot to do with the Italian approach, with Giovanni Falcone's method, for example. This is how Italians get rid of the unbearable prejudice they are victims of. By talking about it not by hiding it. Not by getting mad at Tony Soprano or Scorsese, but by communicating and showing what Italian history has been, how many victims there have been in order to tell all this. "

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