Francesco Grillo is Visiting Fellow at The European University Institute in Fiesole, Affiliate Professor at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna of Pisa and teaches at the summer school of University of International Business Economics in Beijing. He has been visiting fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute and at St Antony's College, Oxford. A Fulbright scholar, Grillo is advisor on urban policies to Italy’s Minister of Infrastructure and he has been advisor to Italy’s Minister of Education, Universities and Research.
Managing Director of Vision and Value, the management consulting firm, advising strategies to major institutions (including the European Commission and Italian Ministry of Economy) and multinationals, Grillo is also columnist for Corriere della Sera, Linkiesta, and the Guardian, and a regular guest on La7, SkyTG24 and RaiNews24. He is also Director of the think tank Vision.
Together with Vision he lead a number of projects on the impact of the Internet on society, social innovation, the future of universities and on smart cities. He is author of many scientific articles. His latest books (2019) are Democracy and Growth in the 21st century: the diverging cases of China and Italy (Springer Nature) and Lezioni Cinesi (Solferino RCS).
More information about Francesco can be found here: www.thinktank.vision/it/francesco-grillo