Pasquale Tridico is Full Professor of Economic Policy and Professor of Labour Economics at the Department of Economics of the Roma Tre University, where he is also director of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence “Labour, Welfare and Social Rights in Europe”, holder of the Jean Monnet chair of the EU in Economic Growth and Welfare Systems, and Coordinator of the Master’s Degree in Labour Market, Industrial Relations and Welfare Systems. His research interests include labour economics, income inequalities, welfare systems, Italian and European economic policy, economic development and financial crises. On these issues and in particular on the link between inequality, financialization and low growth, he has established himself as an authoritative voice among Keynesian economists in Europe.
He has been Secretary General, elected since 2012 of the EAEPE (European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy), one of the largest in Europe, and coordinates an annual Summer School dedicated to doctoral students from all over Europe at Roma Tre. He also contributed to the work of the Italian parliament by intervening in hearings and conferences on these issues, and from June 2018 to February 2019 he was economic adviser at the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies. Currently, Pasquale Tridico is President of INPS, the Italian institute for social security.
Siliva Ciucciovino is Full Professor at the Department of Economics of Roma Tre University, where she is also Deputy Dean. At the Roma Tre University, she is lecturing Labour and Trade union Law, Social Security Law and Job Market Regulation and is Director of the Advanced Course in Occupational Health and Safety Management at the Department of Economics. Her main interests lie in the fields of European employment law, labour market regulation and social security systems in EU.
She was also Academic Senator and member of the Research Commission of the Academic Senate of Roma Tre University. She has been selected among Commissioners who can be drawn for the purpose of the ASN National Scientific Habilitation, Call Commissioner 2016. She was designated by the President of Italian Republic (DPR 21st July 2017) as Council member (Labour law Expert) of the National Council for Economics and Labour (CNEL that is provided by Article 99 of the Constitution of the Italian Republic) for the period 2017-2022. She is member of the scientific committee of the Phd course in Business and Social law (La Sapienza University in Rome) and she acts as supervisor and referee also in other PhD courses. She is also member of the Scientific Committee/Editorial board of several leading peer reviewed academic journal on labour Law.
Enrico Sergio Levrero is Associate Professor at the Department of Economics of Roma Tre University, where he is lecturing Labour Economics, Monetary Economics (Advanced course) and Production, the Price System and the Theories of Distribution (Doctoral Course). He got a Master of Philosophy at Leicester University and a Phd. at La Sapienza University of Rome. He is member of the Board of Directors of Sraffa Foundation and director of Roma Tre Inet research group on monetary policies which is financed by the Institute for New Economic Thinking. His main research interests and publications are in the fields of the theories of value and distribution, wages and the labour market, monetary economics.
Michela Marchiori is Full Professor at the Department of Business Studies of Roma Tre University, where she is lecturing Business Organization (Introductory course), Organizational Change and Human resource Development. Theory and Practice (Advanced course). She is a member of the Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being” placed at The Department of Management, Bologna University. Her main research interests and publications are in the fields of: Organizational theory, SMES’s organizational design, People competencies assessment and management, new forms of work design, Organizational Health and Safety (OHS), People with disabilities (PWD) work inclusion.
Salvatore Monni is Associate Professor of Development Economics and Director of the Master Programme ‘The Co-operative Firm: Economics, Law and Management’ at Roma Tre University, Department of Economics. His current main research and publications are in the fields of development economics and policy. Salvatore is a graduate of ‘La Sapienza’ (Rome, Italy), holds a Master of Arts in Development Economics from the University of Sussex (Brighton, UK) and a Ph.D. in Economics from Roma Tre University (Italy).
He is Principal Investigator of CLUSDEV MED (Cluster Development Med) an H2020 MSCA RISE project and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making.
Carlo Pietrobelli is a professor and policy advisor on innovation and industrial development and policy. His work on clusters and value chains has been influential in many developing countries and scholarly debates. He is currently Lead Economist in the Competitiveness and Innovation Division of the Inter-American Development Bank, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University and Professor of Economics at University Roma Tre. He was Deputy Rector for promoting links between the University and the private sector and Head of Industrial Liaison Office of the University Roma Tre. He holds a PhD in Economics from Oxford University and has been a regular policy advisor to governments in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America.
His research interests range from development economics to innovation, trade, industry and natural resources in developing countries. He has published widely in international journals and his last books were published by Harvard University Press, Edward Elgar, Palgrave and Routledge.
Luca Salvatici, Professor of Economic Policy, received his Master of Science and Ph.D in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California at Davis. From 1991 to 2003 he was a member of the Dipartimento di Economia Pubblica, University of Roma “La Sapienza”; from 2003 to 2010 he was a member of the Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche Gestionali e Sociali of the University of Molise; in 2011 he joined the Dipartimento di Economia of the Roma Tre University. Luca Salvatici is currently member of the Board of Directors of the Centro Ricerche Economiche e Sociali Manlio Rossi-Doria and coordinator of the PhD program in Economics at Roma Tre University. He is member of the International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium, and he has been involved in several research projects both at the European and national level. He has extensive consultancy experience, having completed work for the The World Bank; the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; the International Food Policy Research Institute. His most recent publications appear on: Energy Economics; European Review of Agricultural Economics; Journal of Economic Surveys; Journal of World Trade, Review of International Economics, Empirical Economics.
Margherita Scarlato, PhD in Economics, University La Sapienza Rome, is a Professor in the Department of Economics at the Roma Tre University. M. Scarlato’s research explores the impact of policy on development and economic growth, labour market and income distribution. She has been an advisor or consultant for numerous public institutions and international organizations including the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance, United Nations and FAO, and publishes regularly in a number of economic journals, including Regional Studies, Journal of African Economies, Journal of Development Studies and Economic Modelling.
Antonella Stirati is Full Professor of Economics at Roma Tre University. She studied economics at the University of Siena, Cambridge (M.Phil degree) and La Sapienza (PhD). Her research interests particularly in the fields of employment theories, income distribution and wages, macroeconomics and growth, the effects of technical innovations. She has published a book on The Theory of Wages in Classical Economics (Elgar, 1994), co-edited Sraffa and the Reconstruction of Economic Theory, (3 volumes, Palgrave-Macmillan, 2013) and published a number of articles on international academic journals (including Cambridge Journal of Economics, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought; Review of Political Economy) and collected volumes. Her article on Inflation, Unemployment and Hysteresis has been selected as one of the best 25 articles published on the Review of Political Economy since the journal was first issued. In 2017 she coordinated a research project funded by INET on the long-term effects of autonomous demand expansions on GDP and key labour market variables. She teaches macroeconomics at an undergraduate level and a course on Employment, Income Distribution and Growth in the master’s degree. She is also active in scientific divulgation and public debates on current issues and co-edits the Italian on-line journal Economia e politica.
Mara Giua is a senior researcher at the Department of Economics of Roma Tre University. Her research focuses on regional economics, economic policy analysis and evaluation with special reference to the policies of the EU. She published many articles on European policies; regional growth and territorial disparities. She is lecturer of ‘Economics and governance of globalized cities and regions’ at the Department of Economics (Roma Tre University). She is a member of the Rossi-Doria Centre for Social and Economic Research (Roma Tre University). She collaborates with the Department for Development and Cohesion Policies of the Italian Presidency of Ministries for the project OpenCoesione, the national web portal that publishes data for all the projects financed with the EU Structural and Investment Funds (ERFD, ESF, EARDF, EMFF).
Riccardo Pariboni is Senior Researcher at the Dipartimento di Economia Politica e Statistica, Università degli Studi di Siena, where he is lecturing Macroeconomics. Riccardo Pariboni received a PhD in Economics in 2015, with a thesis on heterodox approaches to economic growth theory. During his PhD, he has been a visiting research student at Kingston University, London. His research focuses on causes and consequences of Inequality, Welfare Systems, Financial crisis and Economic Growth. He has published several scientific articles in international peer-reviewed Journals and book chapters on these topics. He has participated to numerous conferences in Europe throughout his academic path and has been one of the local co-organizers of the EAEPE 2017 Summer School, held at the Faculty of Economics of Roma Tre University. He is member of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE) and of the Italian Association for the History of Economics (STOREP).
Walter Paternesi Meloni is a Junior Researcher in Economics at the University of Naples – “Federico II”. He completed PhD program in 2016 at Roma Tre University with a dissertation on the competitiveness issue in the Eurozone context. He is working on various research projects which mainly involves macroeconomic issues by using different approaches (theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented).Since 2013, Walter has been a teaching assistant in the courses of Microeconomics and Economic Policy at the Department of Economics, Roma Tre.
His actual research interests are in the broad field of applied macroeconomics – with a particular focus on the determination of output, unemployment and income distribution from a demand-led growth perspective and mainly related to fiscal policy (especially in the welfare dimension), labour market, international trade and inequality.
Fabrizio Antenucci is a post-doctoral research fellow in Applied economics at the University of L’Aquila. He is working on various research projects which mainly involves macroeconomic issues by using different approaches (theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented).Since 2013, Fabrizio has been a teaching assistant in the courses of Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Economic Growth, Economic Policy and Labour Economics at the Department of Economics, Roma Tre.
His actual research interests are in the broad field of applied macroeconomics – with a particular focus on welfare, labour market, international trade and inequality.
Francesca Zaccarelli is graduated with Laude in Political Sciences with a specialization in European Studies and Law. She worked as project manager for Punto Europa in Forlì and for other organizations, as well as communication officer for the Italian Agency for Development and Cooperation, the European Delegation in Rome and the Centro Internazionale Crocevia, focal point for the International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty (IPC) at the FAO. Since January 2015 she covers the role of Master Manager within the international studying program in “Food Security and Human Development”, at Roma Tre University. Besides, she is part of working group for the internationalization of the Department of Economics and for the external relationships, particularly with the United Nations Agencies in Rome.
Luigi Salvati is a post-doctoral research fellow in Economic policy at Roma Tre University. He obtained his PhD in 2018 at Roma Tre University with a dissertation on the relationship between investments and profitability in the Kaleckian models of accumulation. During his PhD, he has been a visiting research student at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst, MA. He is one of the local organizers of the EAEPE 2022 Summer School, to be held at the Department of Economics of Roma Tre University.
His current research interests are Welfare, Labour Economics, Regional Economics, Inequality, and Economic Growth.