Boards

President

Alessandro De Nicola

Vice President

Emanuela Banfi
Pierluigi De Biasi
Enrico Guggiari
Gianbattista Rosa

Director

Roberta De Matteo

Secretary

Paolo Esposito

Deputy Secretary

Mina Giorgio
Francesco
Stancampiano
Marianna
Vintiadis

Treasurer​

Stefano Carugati

Public Relations​

Marco Carrara

Academic Relations

Roberto Borghini

International Relations

Stefano Carugati

Head of the Rome area

Alessandro Losito

Secretary to the Scientific Committee

Giovanni Lombardi

Secretary to the Organization

Lorenza Gerosa

Dario Antiseri
Ugo Arrigo
Salvatore Carrubba
Alex Chafuen
Carlo Cottarelli
Franco Debenedetti
Giampaolo Galli
Francesco Giavazzi
Luigi Guiso
Lorenzo Infantino
Carlo Lottieri
Gianni Marongiu
Antonio Martino
Giuliano Mussati
Enrico Musso
Alessandro Penati
Alberto Pera
Antonio Pilati
Salvatore Rebecchini
Luca Ricolfi
Nicola Rossi
Carlo Scarpa
Carlo Secchi
Guido Tabellini
Luigi Zingales

Roberto Calugi
Oscar Podda
Fabio Uberti

The Adam Smith Society is a group of economists, lawyers, academics and other professionals dedicated to the diffusion of free market ideas and competitive market – led economics. It is a non – profit organisation, funded entirely through subscriptions and sponsorships of the events it organises.

Our aim is to become a point of reference for people interested in our ideas in Italy, and to this end we maintain close links with the major free market organisations around the world, and especially with the Institute of Economic Affairs of London.

Our main area of interest is the regulation of economic activity in all its aspects, from antitrust policies to financial markets regulation. We are also interested in the related topics of privatisation and deregulation of publicity – owned economic activities (from public utilities, to municipality – owned companies, to prisons). We are also obviously interested in the analysis and debate of the main stream of classical liberal thinking. The means used to pursue these goals are various, from the organisation of conferences, seminars and lectures, to the publication of research.

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