Renato BRUNETTA


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Responsible 2007/0197(COD) Electricity and gas market: Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators. Third Energy Package
Responsible 2000/0186(COD) Electronic communications: access to networks and interconnection, new regulatory framework
Responsible 2000/0186(COD) Electronic communications: access to networks and interconnection, new regulatory framework
Opinion 1999/0022(COD) Road transport: distribution of permits for heavy goods vehicles travelling in Switzerland
Opinion 1999/0022(COD) Road transport: distribution of permits for heavy goods vehicles travelling in Switzerland

Born

1950/05/26 Venezia

History

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2014-09-07
CV/0 deleted As an economist is the Italian Prime Minister's economic adviser. Also ordinary professor of Labour Economics at the University of Rome, Tor Vergata.
CV/1 deleted From 1985 to 1989 was vice-chairman of the Labour and Social Affairs Committee of the OECD (Paris). From 1983 to 1987 was responsible, at the Ministry of Labour for all the strategies for employment and income policy. In 1989 founded the EALE (European Association of Labour Economists), of which he is the first chairman.
CV/2 deleted In the 1980s and 1990s worked as an economic adviser to the Craxi, Amato and Ciampi governments.
CV/3 deleted Member of the European Parliament (since 1999).
CV/4 deleted During his career he has received many forms of recognition: in 1988 the Saint Vincent Prize for economics, in 1992 the Tarantelli Prize for the best work relating to labour economy, in 1994 the Scanno prize for the best work in industrial relations, in 2000 the International Rodolfo Valentino Prize for economics, finance and communications.
CV/5 deleted Founder and editor of the journal Labour - Review of labour economics and industrial relations. Leader writer for the newspapers Il Sole 24 Ore, Il Giornale, Avanti!.
CV/6 deleted The author of numerous publications on labour economics and industrial relations, for example: 'Il modello Italia' (1991), 'Economics for the New Europe' (1991), 'Disoccupazione, interessi e irreversibilità' (1992), 'La fine della società dei salariati' (1994), 'Sud' (1995), 'Economia del lavoro' (1999).
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