Scientific director of Fondazione per l’Ambiente since its creation, he coordinates research programmes on the interaction between economics, energy and environment and on local public services, as well as capacity building and support activities for local public entities. His scientific interests and his publications range from public economics to environmental and regulatory economics.
Urban anthropologist with a PhD in Urban Planning from the University of Rome La Sapienza and a MSc from the LSE, in 2009 Monica has been ‘visiting student’ at Harvard University. Her main interests are represented by social, institutional and spatial changes which are transforming urban realities. Since 2017 she is collaborating with Fondazione per l’Ambiente as executive coordinator and international development.
Graduated in Environmental Economics and Policies at the University of Torino, she spent a period in the USA as a trainee at Stony Brook University (NY). Since 2012 she has been collaborating with Fondazione per l’Ambiente, before as Project assistant of the International Summer School on regulation of local public services and now as project manager.
After the bachelor's degree in Law and Economics at the University of Bologna, he graduated in Environmental Economics and Policies at the University of Turin. He attended the training activities of the PhD programme in Economic Sociology and Labour Studies at the University of Milan. He collaborated with Fondazione Sabattini as researcher on working conditions in the Italian automotive Sector. Since October 2017 he has been collaborating with Fondazione per l'Ambiente as research assistant on sharing economy regulatory aspects.