Researcher at the Astrid Foundation, and an Associate Research Assistant in the Economic Policy and Jobs & Skills Unit at CEPS.
Alessandro Liscai is a Researcher at Astrid Foundation, an Associate Research Assistant in the Economic Policy and Jobs & Skills Unit at CEPS and a member of the FEPS Young Academic Network. With an economic background, Alessandro focused his research on the evolution of the European economic governance, the Recovery and Resilience Facility, and the EU budget. His research interests encompass, as well, social policies, the impact of digital technologies on the labour market and on the health sector, and the EU industrial policy (with a particular focus on some strategic EU initiatives, related to critical raw materials and space economy). He researched these fields with quantitative/econometric and qualitative approaches, publishing several contributions and reports committed by EU institutions. Alessandro holds a Bachelor’s in Economics and Management at Luiss University, a Master of Science in Economics at Nova School of Business and Economics and a Master of Arts in European Economic Governance at Luiss School of European Political Economy.