Eleonora Perobelli is SDA Junior Lecturer in Government, Health and Not for Profit at SDA Bocconi School of Management, that joined in 2017. She is also researcher at the SDA Center for Research on Health and Social Care Management (CERGAS) in the Social Policy and Service Management Area.
At SDA Bocconi, she took part to several training activities in the field of service management, social and healthcare sector integration, monitoring of public policies, mainly targeting companies and public sector organizations of the social and Long Term Care sector. Since 2018, she has been the coordinator of executive custom courses for the top management of social housing companies.
Her research interests and scientific publications mainly concern local planning of social policies, social and healthcare sector integration and service design. She contributes yearly to the CERGAS SDA Bocconi “Rapporto OASI (Observatory on Healthcare Organizations and Policies in Italy)”, which focuses on managerial themes as well as on healthcare-related policy issues; and to the annual report of the Long Term Care Observatory. She is author of two White Paper OCAP: n. 1/2019 “Digital innovation in welfare services” (in Italian) and n. 2/2019 “The evolution of welfare at the local level: re-positioning services” (in Italian). She co-authored the book ""The public value of social housing. Public managagement logics for the sector"" (in Italian).
Eleonora earned a MSc Degree in Economics and Management of Government and International Organizations from Bocconi University. She is currently PhD Candidate in Management & Innovation at Catholic University of Milan.