Assistant Professor at University of Milan since 2006. He graduated cum laude in Statistics at University of Bologna in 2001 and received a PhD in Demography from Sapienza University, Rome in 2005.
From September 2005 to April 2006 he was Post-doc Fellow at the University Bocconi, Milan.
Previously work experience as visiting researcher at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), the ‘”Institut national d’études demographiques” (INED), the “Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research” in Rostock, the Department Social policy at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE), the “Cattaneo” Institute and the “National Observatory on household and family policies” in Bologna.
He is member of the editorial board of “Polis, politica e società in Italia” and “Neodemos, popolazione, società e politiche”.
He particitipated in several national projects and in the EU-project called Mic-Mac: bridging the micro-macro gap in population forecasting (Sixth Framework Programme).
His research interests are the following: transition to adulthood in the developed countries, internal migrations and mobility in Italy, international migrations and second generations of immigrants in Europe.