2019 ALLEA Prize for Cultural Values goes to economist Mariana Mazzucato

Economist Mariana Mazzucato will receive the 2019 Madame de Staël Prize for Cultural Values from All European Academies, honouring her wide-ranging work in the field of political economy and her ground-breaking contributions to understanding the role of the state in innovation.

The award jury valued her novel thinking challenging conventional wisdom, and efforts in shaping new narratives for Europe and its economy through her scholarly work and public engagement.

Mariana Mazzucato will be the sixth scholar to receive the prize, an initiative of ALLEA with the support of the foundation Compagnia di San Paolo.

The prize is awarded annually to eminent scholars and intellectuals whose work represents a significant contribution to the identity and values of Europe. The prize will be awarded during a ceremony at the 25th anniversary celebration of ALLEA.

More information on the ALLEA website.


ALLEA calls for contributions on FAIR data in the Humanities

At the General Assembly on 8th May 2019, the ALLEA E-Humanities Working Group launched open consultations on draft recommendations for humanities researchers working with data. The goal is to gather broad feedback from active humanities researchers and tailor the recommendations on Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reproducible (FAIR) data to community needs.

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Health Inequalities – summary report published

The ALLEA/FEAM/KNAW Symposium ‘An interdisciplinary exploration of socioeconomic position, health and causality’ took place on 24 May 2018. The event brought together key opinion leaders from various scientific backgrounds for an interdisciplinary discussion and resulted in a recently published report.

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