Tobia Zevi is an Associate Research Fellow in charge of the Global Cities Programme at ISPI. He holds a Ph.D. from the Third University of Rome. In 2019 he was selected as Global Fellow Eisenhower, while in 2017 he was Fellow in the US Government’s “International Visitors Leadership Program” (IVLP). In 2017-2018 he was political adviser to the Italian Prime Minister, Mr.
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political economist with experience in government and academia. Between 2014 and 2018 he was the main economic advisor on international economic affairs to Prime Ministers of Italy, Matteo Renzi and Paolo Gentiloni. In his capacity he attended over 120 international bilateral meetings with head of governments or CEOs of multinational companies; he managed national and international policy and legislative dossiers on behalf of the Prime Minster; coordinated relevant ministries and public agencies on different policies.
Agostino Inguscio is a Policy Officer at the European Commission and a visiting lecturer in Sustainable Development at the University of Milan.
He holds a doctorate in Economic and Social History from the University of Oxford.
Before joining the Commission he worked as a post doc at the Economic Growth Center of Yale University (2012-2014), as a lecturer in Economic History at the University of Cape Town (2014-2015) and as a visiting lecturer in European Business Environment at the ESCP Business School (2010-2011).
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