Magda Antonioli is Professor of Economics at SDA Bocconi School of Management. She is Associate Professor in Bocconi University (Department of Social and Political Sciences) and director of Bocconi's M.Sc. in Economics and Management in Arts, Culture Media and Entertainment. She teaches in Bocconi at undergraduate, graduate and master level level in various courses (Macroeconomics I Tourism, Local Identity and Destination Management I Cities Cultural Tourism and Urban Life I Tourism Culture and Territorial Marketing I Economic Scenarios Markets and Enterprises I Tourism Policy and Governance)
Since 2011 Magda Antonioli is director of SDA Bocconi programme for Executives in General Management for hospitality and since 2019 she is director of the yearly executive course in Tourism and Hospitality Management organized for Confcommercio Lecco. At SDA Bocconi School of Management, she has been responsible for different courses within the tourism area (Local tourist systems, Wine and Food Tourism, Parks, …) and she has taught at the Master of Management in Food and Beverage.
Her research interests focus on: Tourism Economics and Policies, Environment, Hotel investments, Wine and Food.
Since 2019, Magda Antonioli is a board member of ENIT, the Italian National Tourism Agency, and Vice President of the European Travel Commission. She has been member of different commissionsat national and international level: EU DG Enterprises, UNWTO World Tourism Organization, Chambers of Commerce, ENIT and various Italian Regions (from 1990 to 2005). From 2005 to 2010, she has been member of Ministerial and Regional Committees for research and studies on issues related to Environmental Economics. From 2009 to 2011, she has been member of two Committees of the Ministry of Tourism for the promotion of the image of Italy. In 2012/2014 Magda Antonioli has been appointed President of the Tourism Task Force for the Alpine Convention (Italian Ministry for Environment) and from 2010 to 2015, she has been Special Advisor for Tourism to the EU Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship. From 2015 to 2017, Antonioli has been Member of the technical Committee of the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and has taken part to the draft of the National Strategic Tourism Plan. From 2001 to 2017 Antonioli has been the director of the Specialized Master Programme in Tourism Economics and Management at Bocconi University. .
Magda Antonioli earned a Bachelor in Economics from Bocconi University (1973) and a M.Sc in Financial Economics from UCNW (UK) (1975). Antonioli is married and has three children and five grandchildren.