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INTERNATIONAL PH.D. IN MANAGEMENT
CURRICULUM IN: INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTHCARE
Niccolò Cusumano print
Education
 
  • September 2012 – to date International PhD in Management, Innovation, Sustainability and Healthcare Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
  • September 2005 - March 2008  Double Master in Public Affair Management of Public Administrations and International Institutions Dissertation: “Multi-level governance policies. The case of renewable energies” Final grade: 110/110 cum Laude Università Bocconi (University)
  • September 2006 - July 2007 Double Master in Public Affairs Regional and Urban Strategies Sciences-po Paris (University) 27, Rue St. Guillaume, 75337 Paris (France)
  • September 2002 - July 2005 Bachelors Degree Management of Public and International Administrations Dissertation: “Financing Renewable Energies, the role of Public Administrations” Final grade: 107/110 Università Bocconi (University)
 
Work Experience
 
  • From January 2010 to date: ASFOR (Italian Association for Management Education Development) - Research Associate - Draft of annual surveys on ASFOR Members' Activities, research on public procurement of management education
  • From November 2008 to date: SDA Bocconi School of Management - Research Fellow - Conducting research activities and drafting learning materials for custom courses. Research fields: public management, in particular enterprise-governement relations, public procurement, local development
  • From November 2007 to date: IEFE (Centre For Research on Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy) - Research Fellow - Research activities in the field of renewable energy policies, in particular regimes of support
  • 01 April 2007 - 30 September 2007: EDF - Intern - Draft of a report about the role of French Regional and Local Authorities in the energy market and their impact on the French market of energy
 
Research projects
  • Analysis and evaluation of economical and occupational impacts of renewable energy and energy efficiency investments in Italy (IEFE for GSE may 2012 – june 2014)
  • Integrated measures for air pollution reduction in the province of Milan (IEFE for Milan Province, october 2011 – february 2012): costs-benefits analysis of the integrated emissions reduction of primary PM10 and NOX
  • SMEs access to public procurement (SDA Bocconi for Milan Chamber of Commerce, september – december 2011): organization of 2 focus groups with relevant stakeholder and draft of a research report with recomendations for the simplifification and enhancement of SMEs access to public procurement processes.
  • The development of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in Lombardy Region at 2015 (IEFE for Energy Lab Foundation, March – December 2010), draft of three chapters with professor Arturo Lorenzoni about: italian incentives to the RES, calculation of levelized costs of the production of electricity from several RES, analysis of the industry of RES in Lombardy Region.
  • The effects of centralised purchasing on the Italian market (SDA Bocconi for Lombardy Region, December 2009 – May 2010)
  • RE-Shaping: Shaping an effective and efficient European renewable energy market, (IEFE, 2009-2011). Under this Intelligent Energy Europe project it has been carried out a profiling of the renewable energy markets of Greece and Italy, organization of regional workshop about cooperation mechanisms under the 29/2009/EC Directive
 
Other relevant activities
 
  • ISEDE-NET: Innovative Social Enterprise Development Network (for Comune di Venezia, from March 2010) project financed by South East Europe Programme aimed at supporting the development of Social Enterprises. BGlink is involved in the management of the WP5 about the development of an innovative financial tool, the tasks actually carried out are: analysis of financial instruments available for Social Enterprises and draft of a practical guide for them; management of local working groups where to tests at local level new instruments/approaches to financing.
  • RE’UP (for Reggio Emilia Province January 2009 – October 2009): strategic support to the Reggio Emilia Province in the definition of a package of measures aimed at tackling the economic crisis.
 
Publications: chapters in books
  • Niccolò Cusumano, (2013, forthcoming), La funzione dell’Amministrazione Pubblica a Sostegno dello Sviluppo Economico del Territorio, in E. Borgonovi, G. Fattore, F. Longo, Management delle istituzioni pubbliche, EGEA, 2013
  • Manuela Brusoni, Niccolò Cusumano, (2013, forthcoming), La PA Cliente, in E. Borgonovi, G. Fattore, F. Longo, Management delle istituzioni pubbliche, EGEA, 2013
  • Veronica Vecchi, Niccolò Cusumano, (2013, forthcoming), Il Partenariato Pubblico Privato, in E. Borgonovi, G. Fattore, F. Longo, Management delle istituzioni pubbliche, EGEA, 2013
  • Manuela Brusoni, Niccolò Cusumano, (2013, forthcoming), Imprese Sociali e Appalti Pubblici, in Economia e Management delle Aziende Non Profit e delle Imprese Sociali 3° Edizione, a cura di Federica Bandini, CEDAM: Bologna
  • Veronica Vecchi, Niccolò Cusumano, (2012), Il Partenariato Pubblico Privato «light» e «limited profit» al crocevia tra sostenibilità, bancabilità e vincoli finanziari, in Rapporto OASI 2012, Milano: EGEA
  • Arturo Lorenzoni, Niccolò Cusumano, (2011), I costi di Produzione di Energia Elettrica da Fonti Rinnovabili e Potenzialità Industriale e di Ricerca in Lombardia, in Le Energie da Fonti Rinnovabili: lo Stato dell’Arte, a cura di Silvana Stefani, Fondazione Energy Lab: Milano
  • Niccolò Cusumano (2011), La programmazione e la definizione dei fabbisogni e il Contract Management, in Manuela Brusoni, a cura di, Manuale degli Acquisti Pubblici. Un Percorso per la Razionalizzazione della Spesa, Milano: EGEA
  • Niccolò Cusumano (2011), Indicazioni operative per PA e Imprese in tema di Appalti Pubblici, in Manuela Brusoni, Veronica Vecchi, a cura di, (2011), PA e Imprese: un Approccio per lo Sviluppo della Competitività, Pisa: Felici Editore
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