Pasquale Persico has been associated with CNR – IRISS since 2016.
Professor of Economics at the University of Salerno until 2015.
Expert in Industrial Policy, Territorial Policy and Environmental Policy with particular emphasis on issues of strategic governance of development processes.
He is currently Director of the Feasibility Laboratory of the 2nd Level Master, Excellence for the Historical City, DiARC, UNINA1.
Professor of the School of Specialization in Cultural Heritage at the University of Siena for the academic years 2014/2015 and 2015/2016.
Director of the Department of Economic Sciences of the University of Salerno from 1987 to 2000 and from 2006 to 2012.
Scientific Manager of the Master Formez: Economics of the Public Sector” for PA officials 1985-1990.
In 1981 he was awarded the Saint Vincent Prize for Economics.
He is Technical Coordinator of the Unesco Observatory, Metropolitan City, Naples.
He coordinates as Scientific Manager the Laboratory of Management of Vasta: Course-workshop involving the administrations with their respective Plan Offices in the headquarters of Salerno.
Scientific Manager of the Territorial Integrated Plans of the Cilento National Park, in 2002.
Responsible for the Development Plan of Val D’Agri (Eni Region Negotiation) and for the Social and Economic Development Plan of the Cilento National Park (Unesco World Heritage Site), in 1999.
He has collaborated on the Strategic Plans of the cities of Ferrara and Potenza.
In 2001 he was Councillor for Territorial and Environmental Policies of the Campania Region.
He is the author of numerous articles and monographs.
He is Director, with Maria Cristina Treu, of the series of studies La Città and L’altra Città.
He is Director Series of Studies La città degli uomini.