Mexican Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP) and LBS have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen their academic partnership.
The Erasmus+ program has started expanding from Europe to many other regions of the world – among others to Israel. Approximately 50 Austrian and Israeli higher education institutions from all academic disciplines have recently gathered near Tel Aviv to discuss joint activities.
Based on LBS’s growing involvement in the CEE eDem and eGov Conference network, we were able to convene a workshop examining Smart cities – Urban competitiveness and challenges of participation. The workshop was conjointly organized with GoForeSight Institute Ljubljana and Chuo University Tokyo. The preparatory and review process spanned members of LBS’s academic network from across the globe.
LBS faculty member Professor Pablo Collazzo visited the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration in Bucharest.
The Fifth Ljubljana Forum on the Future of Cities hosted academics, public decision-makers and entrepreneurs to expose the newest trends in sustainable and inclusive smart cities.