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Stream Lead Italo’s research focuses on International Trade and Applied Industrial Organization.
Carlo’s main research fields are European Integration and International Trade and Industrial Economics. He is also an expert in Analysis of Multinational Corporations Economic Geography and Political Economy of Globalization.
Professor Borlini is a generalist public international lawyer with a keen interest in international economic law. He has worked on a variety of specialist areas, such as Law of Treaties, Law of International Organizations, International Economic Law, ...
Valentina’s research activity is focused on Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, Climate Change Economics and Innovation in Green Technologies.
Livio’s main research areas include political economy, international relations, national security, terrorism and counterterrorism.
Gabriele’s main fields of research are international and European economic law and policy (trade, investment, intellectual property), and their impact on business.
Kerim's main fields of research include economic coercion in world politics, human rights, and the ideological sources of health policies.
Paola’s research focuses on International Law and EU law. She is also interested in Private international law.
Gianmarco’s research fields involve Capital Movements and multinationals, Development and Growth, Economic Integration (Asia, Europe and Latin America), International Trade, Migration and Regional Cohesion.
  Paolo is a PhD student in Public Policy and Administration at Bocconi University. His research interests encompass public policy, public economics, political science and inequality. In particular, his latest research focuses on the economic, socia ...
Charlotte is a PhD candidate in Economics at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies and her research focuses on the Political Economy of the Environment. She is currently involved in a project that analyzes the regional tradeoff between employment and ...
Paola’s main research interests concern equality and non-discrimination policy, spatial inequalities and cohesion, housing, informal settlements and homelessness, migration and local and regional indicators for sustainable development.
Tamás Vonyó is Associate Professor of Economic History at the Department of Social and Political Sciences. He held junior positions at Groningen University and the London School of Economics before joining Bocconi in 2014. He began his education in H ...