Veronica Ronchi

is Senior Researcher and Project Manager at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei.
For 12 years she has been Researcher in Economic History and Professor of Economic History, Political Economy and History of Globalization at the Department of Historical Studies, University of Milan.
She has been Visiting Professor and Researcher at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, the Universidad de Buenos Aires and the Meiji University in Tokyo. She is a member of SISE (Italian Historical Economics Society) and of the scientific committee of Jouvance and Milieu editions.

Research interests
Her research interests focus on Latin America’s economic history with particular reference to Mexico and Argentina. She also deals with business history and enterprise systems (multinationals, cooperatives, small and medium-sized enterprises) and economic links between Italy and Argentina. She has also been involved in ethnographic research for large entrepreneurial groups (Barilla, Avio, Federazione trentina della Cooperazione, etc.)