Lorenzo Fruganti is a Research Assistant at the ISPI MENA Centre. He holds a Bachelor’s in International and Diplomatic Sciences and a Master’s in Diplomacy and International Cooperation from the University of Trieste, as well as a MSc in Middle East Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, University of London). Prior to joining ISPI, he worked as a Blue Book trainee at the European Commission’s DG NEAR.
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Eugenio Dacrema is an Early Warning Economic Risk Analyst at the World Food Programme. Previously, he has served as an Associate Research Fellow at ISPI's MENA Centre. He holds PhD at the University of Trento, he completed his bachelors at the University of Pavia and his master degree at the University of Bologna in International Sciences with a specialisation in development economics. He studied Arabic for one year at the University of Damascus, where he also worked for the Italian Institute for International Trade as analyst and translator.
Fabrizio Cobis (Roma, 1963) è un dirigente del Ministero dell’Università e della Ricerca dove, dal 1994, si occupa di politica della ricerca nazionale, elaborando e gestendo programmi e risorse a sostegno delle attività di ricerca pubbliche e private in ambito nazionale.
Cura altresì la gestione di importanti programmi di ricerca internazionali, tra i quali quelli in Artico e Antartico.
Rappresenta il Ministero in vari organismi nazionali e internazionali, è autore di varie pubblicazioni sul tema della ricerca e innovazione.
Filippo Clô is a junior analyst at the energy consulting firm Rie-Ricerche Industriali ed Energetiche, where he mainly focuses on hydrocarbon development issues. Energy security; policies of producer and consumer countries; global investment dynamics and trends; energy geopolitics; international oil companies’ strategies and their approach at local level, in particular. He is a member of the editorial board of the Rivista Energia, magazine on energy issues.
Silvia Carenzi was Research Assistant for the Programme on Radicalization and International Terrorism at ISPI. She hold a Master's Degree in Foreign Languages and International Relations from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan.
Her research interests are focused on jihadism (especially in Europe), transnational terrorist networks, Islamist ideology, and security issues related to the MENA area.
Franco Bruni è Vice Presidente ISPI e Co-Head dell’Osservatorio Europa e Governance Globale. È lead co-chair della TF9 del T20 Italy 2021, la task force intitolata all’”International Finance”. È Professore Emerito presso il Dipartimento di Economia dell’Università Bocconi dove è stato ordinario di Teoria e politica monetaria internazionale e membro del Consiglio di Amministrazione dell’Università. Vice Presidente di UniCredit & Universities Foundation, è il membro italiano dello European Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee.
Simona Benedettini is a consultant in antitrust law and economics and on the regulation of network industries for law firms and companies operating in several economic sectors. Competition policy and regulation of electricity markets are her main fields of expertise together with competence in econometric techniques. Simona holds a PhD. in Law and Economics (University of Siena) and an MSc in Finance (University of Pisa). During her PhD. program, she has been visiting scholar at the University of Illinois – College of Law.
Michael Becker has a M.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, where he is pursuing a PhD focusing on radicalization and violent extremism. His research seeks to develop empirical strategies for understanding how individuals come to engage in politically and ideologically motivated crime and criminal violence.