Pier Luigi Sacco is professor of Cultural Economics and Deputy Rector for International Relations at IULM University, Milan, and visiting professor at Harvard University (spring 2016). His research is focused on the economy of culture in postindustrial times. His outlook is a curious mix of economic savvy and humanist reflection. Sacco claims that investing in intangible goods must become a part of a new economic policy and that it is a way to include art in the building of our prosperity. He has authored numerous publications on modern economics.
Pier Luigi Sacco will ask "How do museums create value?" and provide answers on 11 November 2016.