Francesco Trentini

I am a researcher in the Youth Employment PartnerSHIP project and an adjunct professor of Labour Economics at the School of Management, University of Turin. I obtained the PhD from University of Turin in June 2019 with a dissertation on the labour market entrance of young generations. Before I studied Economics and Social Sciences at University “L. Bocconi” in Milan and I attended the Master in Economics and Complexity at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin.
My main research interests are in Labour Economics, Monetary Economics and History of Economic Analysis.

I am a researcher in the Youth Employment PartnerSHIP project and an adjunct professor of Labour Economics at the School of Management, University of Turin. I obtained the PhD from University of Turin in June 2019 with a dissertation on the labour market entrance of young generations. Before I studied Economics and Social Sciences at University “L. Bocconi” in Milan and I attended the Master in Economics and Complexity at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin.
My main research interests are in Labour Economics, Monetary Economics and History of Economic Analysis.