Marco R.
Di Tommaso


Di Tommaso
Full Professore of Applied Economic Studies University of Ferrara

Full Professor of Applied Economic Studies, ALMA MATER STUDIORUM University of Bologna; Director of C.MET05 – National University Centre for Applied Economic Studies; Director of EmiliaLab – The Emilia-Romagna University Network of Economic Studies Departments (Ferrara, Parma, Modena, Reggio Emilia, Piacenza, Bologna); Director of the China and Italy School of Policy; University of Cambridge Clare Hall Life-Member Fellow; Guest Honorary Professor at South China University of Technology, China; Guest Honorary Professor at South China Normal University; Director of L’industria – Review of Industrial Economics and Policy, il Mulino; Associated Editor of the journal “Competition and Change” – SAGE Pubblications; President of the Technical and Scientific Board of ART-ER, Emilia Romagna Development Agency.

He studied in Italy and the United Kingdom. He has been Visiting Professor in China (South China University of Technology), in the USA (University of California Los Angeles), in the United Kingdom (University of Cambridge). He focused on his research activity in: International Industry, Industrial Policy, Structural Change, Development, SMEs and Clusters, Chinese Economy and Industry. He has collaborated with Italian and foreign universities, specialized research centers, international institutions (UNIDO, CEPAL, UNDP, OECD) and national and local governments. He has promoted and coordinated research projects in partnership with international networks of academics, universities and institutions. He has actively participated in the debate within the scientific community by presenting his work in seminars, workshops and conferences both in Italy and abroad. His writings have been disseminated and presented nationally and internationally: he is the author and co-author of numerous books and about 150 scientific articles

COURSES

The increase of effectiveness of the geographical area policies and strategies (local and regional), also considering the national and European ones, presupposes an improvement in the ability to plan first and then analyze the economic, social, environmental, health-related, productive, technological impacts etc., with the final goal of increasing the Public Value of territories.

The Public Value Manager will be able to support the administration in the definition of public policies and strategies for their implementation, also within a public-private partnership.