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Stefano Sacchi

Professor, University of Milan and Special Commissioner, ISFOL, Rome

Stefano Sacchi is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Milan, Special Commissioner of ISFOL, Italy’s research institute on labour, training and social policy, and a policy adviser to the Italian Prime Minister’s office. He has authored or co-authored more than fifty academic publications in the field of social and labour policy, and lectured in several universities worldwide, including Cornell (where he held the 2014 Luigi Einaudi Chair), Princeton, Toronto, NYU, Tokyo University and Waseda. In his former capacity as the special adviser to the Italian Labour Minister, he designed and drafted the recent reforms of Italian unemployment benefits and short-time work.