Dr. Percoco is an Associate Professor of Applied Economics at Bocconi University and Professor of Infrastructure Project Appraisal and Sustainable Mobility at SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan.

An expert in transport and infrastructure economics as well as energy and environmental economics and regulatory disputes, Dr. Percoco was an economic advisor to the office of the Italian Prime Minister for several years and a member of the Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility’s Commission of Climate Change, Infrastructure, and Sustainable Mobility. He has served as an advisor to several Italian ministries, the United Nations, the World Health Organisation, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), the European Investment Bank (EIB), and the Ethiopian government.

As a consultant, Dr. Percoco has worked with corporations and law firms in Europe on various regulatory and competition matters in the infrastructure and real estate sectors. He has provided expert opinions regarding asset and firm valuation, concessions, regulation, and antitrust issues in civil, penal and administrative tribunals. He specializes in regulatory due diligence, infrastructure and asset valuation and regulation, and investment project appraisal.

Dr. Percoco is the founding director of Bocconi’s GREEN research center, which focuses on economic research related to geography, resources, the environment, energy, and networks. In addition to his Bocconi academic appointments, he is an Adjunct Professor of Infrastructure Project Appraisal at the National School of Administration (Scuola nazionale dell’amministrazione) in Rome and is a Research Fellow at Roma Tre University’s Center of Economic and Social Research.

Dr. Percoco has published more than 150 articles on the economics of regulation, competition, transportation, infrastructure, and the environment. He is also the author or coauthor of several books, including Regional Perspectives on Policy Evaluation (Springer, 2014), and a frequent speaker at academic and policy-related conferences.


University of Genoa
PhD in Transport Economics

Bocconi University
BSc in Economics