Stefano Sacchi is President of the new Italian National Institute of Public Policy Analysis (INAPP).
He is also Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Milan, where he teaches Comparative Political Economy and Adjunct Professor at LUISS University in Rome, where he teaches Welfare and Labor Policy.
From 2014 to 2016, during the Renzi Government, he was a special adviser to the Italian Labor Minister and then to the Prime Minister’s office.
As the special adviser to the Italian Labor Minister, he designed and drafted the reforms of Italian unemployment benefits and short-time work in the context of Italy’s 2015 labor market reform (so-called Jobs Act).
He has authored or co-authored more than fifty academic publications in the field of comparative social and labor policy, and was visiting scholar or lectured in several universities worldwide, including Cornell, Princeton, Toronto, NYU, University of Washington, Tokyo University and Waseda.