Matteo Pedralli joined CSIL in 2018 and works on applied research in EU cohesion policy and on the assessment of socioeconomic impacts from regulation.

He carries out literature and documentary review, analysis of directives and regulations, case studies and field missions, interviews, data collection, and analysis. He is proficient in the principles and methods of cost-benefit analysis. He has previous work experience at Ernst & Young, as a consultant for public administrations in cohesion policy.

Matteo completed the bilingual postgraduate Master in European Public Policy Analysis from the College of Europe (Belgium), a Master in Management and Policies of Public Administrations from LUISS School of Government and a Master of Science in Government Sciences from the University of Turin.