For more than thirty years, Michele Bruni has participated in and led numerous EU, ILO, IOM, and ADB development and labor market analysis projects in China, Africa, Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe.
His research focuses on the development of stock-flow models and their application to the analysis of labor markets, education, and migration.
Michele holds a PhD in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley and a Laurea in Political Science from the University of Florence.
He has taught at the universities of Calabria, Bologna, and Modena and was a visiting professor at the universities Jyväskylä, Le Salle, and Shanghai.
He is the author of “China, The Belt and Road Initiative, and the Century of Great Migration.”