Luigi Corvo is researcher and contract professor at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. He studied Economic and Social Sciences in Rome, getting the European PhD Label in Public Management and Governance between Rome and Lovanio.
He is involved in several projects on social innovation for the generation of public and social value, working with the Italian Presidency of Council of Ministries.
Co-founder of experimental training projects (www.coder360.it) and interested in the new forms of value generation: social enterprises and social impact, sharing economy and social technologies for the digital humanism.
He thinks that the University is first of all the place of and for the students.