Luigi Fiorentino graduated in law and obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Administrative Law and Administration Science from the University of Naples. He is a Counselor in the role of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. He is a Part-time Professor at the Department of Social and Economic Sciences at the University of Rome ''Sapienza,'' where he teaches ''Public Organizations and Sustainability'' in the Applied Social Sciences degree program. Additionally, he teaches ''Organization and Management of Public Administrations'' at LUISS, within the Master's program in Management and Policies of Public Administrations. He has been involved in academic activities at the Chair of Administrative Law at the University of Rome ''La Sapienza'' (Prof. Sabino Cassese). In 2003, he was a Jemolo Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford, where he conducted research on administrative reform in England from Thatcher to Blair and on the principles of financial management. He is the President of the ''Guido Dorso'' Research Center, scientific-editorial coordinator of the ''Italian Journal of Public Management,'' and an external member of the Board of Directors of the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies. He is a member of the International Academy for Economic and Social Development (AISES) and the Director of programs for the School of Political and Economic and Social Studies. Since 1985, he has been engaged in research activities and has authored numerous publications on various topics of administrative law. He collaborates with specialized journals, including the Journal of Administrative Law.
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