Operational consulting body that represents the various social partners and aims at establishing a multi-stakeholder dialogue. It guarantees the quality of the activities of the CED, proposes new initiatives and provides advisory opinions to the Director and to the members of the Center’s Board.

Its members are:

Antonio Cammarota
He is main Administrator at the Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs (Health and Safety at Work) of the European Commission and has been a permanent official of the European Commission since 1990. He is responsible for high-profile international projects in the areas of social and intergovernmental dialogue and international relations. He was a student and researcher at “La Sapienza” University of Rome, the University of Konstanz and Aachen University.

Lucio Desiderio

Antonio Montieri
He is a member of the technical committee of the Rione Sanità Microcredit Project and was a branch manager at the Bank of Naples, where he worked for 35 years. He was a member of the Naples urban services management authority and he is a volunteer at the Vobis Association for the “Loan of Hope”, where he works as a financial consultant.

Vincenzo Moretti
A sociologist, he heads the Society, Culture and Innovation section of the Giuseppe Di Vittorio Foundation. He is a former Professor of Organization Sociology and Industrial Sociology at the University of Salerno and he is the creator of #lavorobenfatto and “The Night of Narrated Work”. He has authored several books and currently writes for Nòva (Il Sole 24 Ore), Che Futuro and Resto al Sud.

Salvatore Tramontano
He is the President of the Naples ODCEC (Order of Chartered Accountants) Foundation and President of the Trust Committee of the National Council of Chartered Accountants. He is a chartered accountant and auditor and is also Honorary Regional Secretary of the British Chamber of Commerce for Italy.

Domenico Villacci
Professor of Electrical Systems for Energy at the University of Sannio. He is a board member of the Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change (CMCC), and a scientific advisor for the Naples Authority for Energy and the Environment (ANEA) and for the National Inter-University Consortium for Energy and Electrical Systems (ENSIEL).



Advisory body that guarantees the scientific quality of the CED’s activities. It includes researchers, academics and national and international experts of the Center’s disciplines.

Its member are:

Francesco Balletta
Professor of Economic History at the Federico II University of Naples and Unitelma La Sapienza of Rome. He taught at the Second University of Naples and was the director of the PhD programme in Economic History and of the Economics Doctoral Schools. Former director of the Department of Economic and Social Processes Analysis of the Federico II University, he is the founder and director of the magazine Rivista di Storia Finanziaria and the series on history of enterprises.

Gretchen Bloom
She is an expert in development and international cooperation and has gained 40 years of experience in the field of food security and gender policies. She undertakes consulting and humanitarian aid assignments for organizations such as the World Bank, UN Women, World Food Programme, FAO, Peace Corps, USAID. She teaches Gender and Development on the Tor Vergata University master programme in Development Economics and International Co-operation.

Renato Briganti
He is a researcher in Public Law Institutions, Environmental Law and, previously, Cooperation Law at the Federico II University of Naples. He was the director of the master programme in Microcredit and Ethical Finance and of the master programme in Mediterranean Development Operators and he is a member of the directors’ committee of Manitese Campania (previously he was the president).

Donato Speroni
He is a Professor of Economics and Statistics at the Institute for Journalism Training of the University of Urbino and a collaborator of Corriere della Sera, where he takes care of the blog “Numerus”. Apart from a journalist, he is head of communication for organizations and companies, including Montedison, Eni and ISTAT.

Pierluigi Toriello
Formerly a lecturer of International and EU Competition Law at the University of Naples Federico II, of International Law and Globalization, and of Private International Law at the University of Naples Parthenope, he is currently a lecturer of European Enterprise Law and Development at the same university. He is also a member of the Doctoral School of International and Community Law on Socio-Economic Development.

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