Andrea Maria Altieri

Andrea Maria Altieri (1984) is Ph.D. in Law and Economics at University of Siena with a dissertation about the institutions of water services.

He graduated in International Relations (2010) in the Faculty of Political Science of University “Roma Tre” with a dissertation in Public economic law about “State aid to the banks during financial crises”.

He currently serves in the Office of Cabinet of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

He collaborates with the Chair of Administrative Law (Prof. Giulio Napolitano) at the Faculty of Law, University of Roma Tre.

He collaborated as junior researcher to the IRPA project (2010-2011) about comparison between economic crises in the 1929 and current crises. The research is been published as book, Uscire dalla crisi. Politiche pubbliche e trasformazioni istituzionali (Il Mulino, Bologna, 2012), edited by Professor Giulio Napolitano. He collaborated also with a research promoted by Ivano Barberini Foundation (2010-2011) about cooperative supply of public services (energy and local public services). He took part to a research about administrative controls (2013) promoted by the School of Public Administration (Scuola Superiore della Pubblica Amministrazione). He collaborated with a research promoted by Irpa and Autostrade per l’Italia S.p.A. about highway sector.

He collaborates with the “Giornale di diritto amministrativo”.

He collaborated with Italian Anticorruption Authority (2014) for supervision of transparency obligations of public administrations. He attended an internship period (2012-2013) in the Competition Italian Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato). He attended International Summer School on Regulation of Local Public Services, organized by “Fondazione per l’Ambiente Tebaldo Fenoglio” of Turin (2012). He attended a period of internship in the Europe Direct Office of Rome (2008).

His research interests concern water services, local public services, natural gas market, competition law, public private partnership for infrastructures.