Alessandro is Assistant Professor in Applied Economics at the University of Chieti and Pescara, where he teaches “Urban Economics” and “Environmental Economics” and carries out research activities on institutional economics, economics of innovation and urban economics. He is Research Fellow at GRIF – Fabio Gobbo, LUISS-Guido Carli, where he is involved in research projects on industrial economics and economics of regulation.
Alessandro graduated in Economics and obtained a Ph.D. in Law & Economics at LUISS-Guido Carli in 2005. He was awarded two scholarships for his doc and post-doc studies and a prize for his thesis on mixed enterprises. He also completed an LL.M. in “Competition Law and Economics” at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and a master in “Econometria Applicata” at SSEF-ISAE, Ministero dell’Economia, in Rome.
Alessandro worked as Academic Assistant at the College of Europe in Bruges, in charge of the ELEA (European Law & Economic Analysis) specialization, where he gave lectures in “Economics of competition and regulation” and “EU Network Industries”. In 2007 he was invited as a Post-Doc Chercheur at Université de Paris X, where he was involved in the research activities carried out at EconomiX, a leading research center of the French CNRS. Alessandro has been Research Fellow in Applied Economics at LUISS-Guido Carli (where he gave seminars and lectures in “Economics of Innovation” and “Industrial Economics” and carried out research on competition law & economics and utility regulation) and visiting scholar at the University of Liége and the University of Paris I.
He is in the Faculty Committee of the PhD in “Economics & Statistics” at University of Chieti and Pescara. He presented his works at international conferences and published articles on international scientific journals.