Alfredo Macchiati


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Location: Rome

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Alfredo is an expert on regulation and competition in the infrastructure, energy and transport sectors. He is Professor of Economic Policy, LUISS-Guido Carli University, Rome.

He is also Senior Advisor at infrastructure investor, CDP Reti, where he provides advice on regulatory and antitrust issues. Alfredo was previously Director General at Cassa Conguaglio per il Settore Elettrico (CCSE), the Italian clearinghouse of the electricity and gas sector; Chairman and CEO, Mercados EMI Europe srl; and Senior Vice President, Public Affairs and Competition, Ferrovie dello Stato SpA. He has also held previous leadership roles in regulation and economics in the private and public sectors.

Current appointments

  • Professor of Economic Policy, LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome (2011–)

  • Senior Advisor, CDP Reti (2015–)

Previous appointments

  • Director General, CCSE (2011–15)

  • Chairman and CEO, Mercados EMI Europe srl (2010–11)

  • Member of Trenitalia board of directors (2007–09)

  • Senior Vice President, Public Affairs and Competition, Ferrovie dello Stato SpA (2004–10)

  • Professor of European Economic Policy and Institutions, University of Tor Vergata (2004–10)

  • Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Enel SpA (2000–04)

  • Head of Economic Research Division, CONSOB (1994–2000)

  • Professor of Finance, Economic Dept. LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome (1994–2000)

  • Managing Director, Financial and Telecommunications Office, Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (1991–94)

  • Head of Research and Marketing Division, Cassa di Risparmio di Torino (currently Unicredit Bank) (1985–91)

  • Manager in the Finance Department, FIAT SpA (1984–85)

  • Economist in the Research Department, Banca d’Italia (1977–84)

Selected publications

Alfredo is associate editor of Mercato Concorrenza Regole, and author of several publications on public utilities regulation, privatisation and financial markets.

  • Macchiati, A. (2016), Perché I’Italia cresce poco, Il Mulino.


BA Economics, Sapienza University, Rome


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