Ricci Alberto is Associate Professor of Practice in Government, Health and Not for Profit at SDA Bocconi School of Management.
His collaboration with SDA Bocconi began in 2011, as researcher at CERGAS (Centre for research on health and social care management). Since 2018, he teaches Public Management at Bocconi University. Since 2014, he is part of the faculty of the Master in Healthcare Management (MiMS); particularly, he coordinates the module on Management of healthcare providers.
He carried out more than 25 research and applied research projects, working with national, regional and local authorities, as well as leading healthcare providers, pharmaceutical & medical devices companies and trade associations.
He coordinates the Observatory on Italian Healthcare Management (OASI) and the Observatory on Private Healthcare Providers (OSPA).
His research interests include the evolution of the Italian Healthcare System, governance and organization of healthcare providers, public-private partnerships in healthcare, budgeting and cost analysis of medical procedures and services.
He is author of peer-reviewed articles on international and national journals: Public Money and Management, Mecosan and Economia e Management. He is member of Audit Committee of Italian Health Economics Association.
Born in 1986. He holds the MSc degree in Economics and Management of Public and International Institutions from Bocconi University (2010) and PhD in Management from Catholic University of Milan (2016). He is married with one child.