Born and grown up in Verona (Italy), Nicolò Rossetto earned a Bachelor Degree in Political Science and a Master Degree in International Economics, Politics and Institutions from the University of Pavia (Italy), where he was alumnus of the Almo Collegio Borromeo. After a trainee experience at the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance in 2010 and at the Brussels’ office of Veneto Region in 2011, he enrolled as a PhD student in Economics, Law and Institutions at the IUSS of Pavia, where he defended a thesis on economic and regulatory aspects of distributed electricity generation in spring 2016.
While in Pavia, he was teaching assistant for microeconomics and energy economics. In 2014 he became research associate of ISPI, a think tank on international politics and economics based in Milano. As a member of the ISPI’s Energy Watch, he wrote several contributions about energy policy and energy regulation. He is one of the authors of the quarterly report on Energy Security for the Italian Parliament and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2016 he edited with Massimo Nicolazzi a book on “Energy security at the time of energy abundance” (Edizioni Epokè).
Nicolò joined the FSR in September 2016 as academic assistant with a research project on the future of the European transmission system operators.
He can speak Italian, English and a bit of German.