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Stefano Rolando

Stefano Rolando was born in Milan in 1948, where he graduated in Political Science and specialized at the Bocconi School of Business Management. Between life and work it has always been divided between Milan and Rome. He is a university professor, since 2001 at the IULM University of Milan after having been a manager at Rai and Olivetti; general director of the Istituto Luce, to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and of the Lombardy Regional Council. He teaches Public and Political Communication and Public Branding. He has written many books on both media and communication as well as history, politics and identity issues. From a very young age he was secretary of the young republicans in Milan, then he participated in the new socialist course between the seventies and eighties. Then long not belonging. More recently he worked on progressive civicism (Milan and Lombardy) and on a post-shareholder political project in relation to which he is part of the national management of Più Europa.

Stefano Rolando

Stefano Rolando was born in Milan in 1948, where he graduated in Political Science and specialized at the Bocconi School of Business Management. Between life and work it has always been divided between Milan and Rome. He is a university professor, since 2001 at the IULM University of Milan after having been a manager at Rai and Olivetti; general director of the Istituto Luce, to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and of the Lombardy Regional Council. He teaches Public and Political Communication and Public Branding. He has written many books on both media and communication as well as history, politics and identity issues. From a very young age he was secretary of the young republicans in Milan, then he participated in the new socialist course between the seventies and eighties. Then long not belonging. More recently he worked on progressive civicism (Milan and Lombardy) and on a post-shareholder political project in relation to which he is part of the national management of Più Europa.
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