Alessandro Maggioni is a project manager and expert in policy analysis and public administration with a focus on governance processes shaping public action in municipalities and regions.
He gained extensive knowledge in the dynamics of public action and policy change processes as a researcher and as project leader and social worker for NGOs engaged in the fields of migration policy and local welfare service provision. He often adopts a multidisciplinary perspective combining public law, sociological and political science approaches.
One of his strengths is his ability to engage in dynamic exchanges with a variety of stakeholders, considering the interaction among different policy fields and the role of multi-level governance to carry out context sensitive analysis.
He is as well familiar with the interaction with people from different professional cultures and interest groups.
His academic training focused on political science, sociology, public law and organizational studies with a specific emphasis on public policies. In 2019, he earned a PhD degree in sociology from the Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris (SciencesPo) and the Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca in Milan as part of a double degree programme. His research focused on the relationship between the implementation of infrastructural policies, urban and regional development, and economic change.
Alessandro Maggioni has been involved in the design and management of local community projects related to the promotion of quality of life and cultural integration, based on peer to peer and informal exchanges.
He was born in Italy and now lives and works in Berlin and Bern. In addition to his native languages Italian and Spanish, he speaks fluent English and French and has a basic knowledge of German.
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