Mr. Maurizio Sacconi, Minister of Labour, Health and Social Policies, Italy


Mr. Maurizio Sacconi

 Minister of Labour, Health and Social Policies


Mr. Sacconi has a degree in law. He is a contract Professor of economics and labour at the Economics Faculty of Tor Vergata University in Rome. He is also the President of the Association Marco Biagi’s Friends.


Positions held

Since May 2008 -

Minister of Labour, Health and Social Policies

2006 - 2008

Senator and head of the Commission for labouring the Forza Italia party

2001 - 2006

Undersecretary of Labour and Social Policies

1995 - June 2001

Branch office Director for Rome at the United Nations International Labour Office, based in Geneva

1987 - 1992 and 1993 - 1994

Undersecretary of Treasury, charged with reforming the rules governing banks and securities markets.

1992 - 1993

Undersecretary for Public Administration with the first Amato Government, responsible for the reform of government departments and public employment enacted by Legislative Decree 29/1993. At the same time, contract Professor of business economics at LUISS University in Rome.


Deputy for four legislatures:

Industry Committee (as chairman of the committee for industrial innovation) and then on the Budget Committee (he was rapporteur for the Finance Bill for 1983, 1984 and 1987).



National president of Lega Ambiente (the League for the Environment).

Author of articles and essays, including: “La finanza e la regola”, with preface by G. Amato, G. Carli and C.A. Ciampi (Longanesi, 1992); with others, “La tesi di Mario Rossi: le regole semplici della libertà responsabile” (Marsilio, 1994); the chapter “Eliminare il lavoro minorile” in “Una cultura dell'infanzia” (La Nuova Italia Scientifica, 1997); “La società attiva. Manifesto per le nuove sicurezze”, with Paolo Reboani and Michele Tiraboschi (Marsilio, 2004).


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