Monica Otto is Lecturer of the Department of Policy Analysis and Public Managemnt at Bocconi University.
At SDA Bocconi, she was the Director of the Master in Public Management (2010-2013 and of the Executive Master of Management in International Organizations (2015-2016). She coordinated the Pharmaceutical Observatory at CERGAS, the open market course in market access and institutional affairs, the course in pharmaceutical policy at the Master in Mangement per la Sanità (MIMS), and the concentration in International and Non Profit Management at the Master of Public Adiministration (MPA). She conducted research and training projects with pharmaceutical companies and associations on topics concerning the pharmaceutical policy and management, and market access.
Her research activities focus on economics, politics and the pharmaceutical care and management systems in the field of biotechnology, comparative business and government relations.
She is the author of numerous essays and papers on her topics of research and of interests. Her works have been published in international journals, such as Journal of Medical Marketing, The European Journal of Health Economics as well as national, such as Economia & Management, Mecosan, Numeri e Indici dell’Automedicazione, and Economia e Politica del Farmaco, among others. She published in the Case Center the case study concerning the partnership for development between Ikea and Unicef. She held seminars at the European University of Market Access (Emaud) in Paris.She was Visiting Student and Researcher at the Health Care Management Department (WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Systems Research and Management) at Technische Universität in Berlin. She presented her own papers at AIES, ISPOR and EHMA conferences.
Monica earned a Degree in Public Administration and International Institutions Management (CLAPI) and a Ph.D. in Business Administration and Management both from Bocconi University.