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Mario Rizzo

Academic position:
Associate Professor
Student consultation hours:
On Monday, from nine a.m. till eleven a.m.
E-mail:
mrizzo (at) unipv.it
Phone number:
+39 0382/984729

Courses

2016/2017
Contemporary Economic History
2015/2016
Contemporary economic history
2014/2015
Contemporary economic history
2013/2014
Contemporary economic history

Exams

No exams

Curriculum vitae

Mario Rizzo (1962) is an Associate Professor of Economic History in the Faculty of Economics at Pavia University, where he also teaches undergraduate courses in Economic History.
In addition, he is in charge of the graduate course of Economic History in the Faculty of Arts at Pavia University.
He earned his Ph.D in Economic and Social History at Bocconi University in 1992.
He has given lectures and seminars at numerous universities in Italy and abroad (including Vienna, Tübingen, and Valencia).
He is also a member of the scientific boards of the following research centers:
- Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerca per la Storia Finanziaria Italiana (CIRSFI)
- Centro Interuniversitario di Studi e Ricerche Storico-militari
- Centro Studi Rischio e Sicurezza dell¹Istituto Universitario di Studi Superiori (IUSS) di Pavia.
He is a member of the teaching staff of the Ph.D in Economic and Social History at Bocconi University.
He is a member of the editorial board of the journal "Storia Economica".

Publications
A comprehensive list of Mario Rizzo's publications is avalaible on the web site of the Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche e Geografiche "Carlo M. Cipolla".

Main current research lines
- Europe, Italy, and the Mediterranean: Spanish Grand Strategy in the framework of early modern geopolitics.
- The logistical, financial, and fiscal implications of Spanish strategy in Lombardy, 1550-1620.
- War, state, and the service industry in Spanish Lombardy.
- On His Majesty's Service: Spanish strategy and Lombard magnates in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Credits: apnetwork.it