Mr. Alceste Santuari was born on 22 September 1966 @:
1990-1993: Ph.D. in Comparative Company Law at the Faculty of
Law, University of Cambridge (Hughes Hall College) (UK) under the supervision of
Professor L. Sealy. The Ph.D. thesis was mainly concerned with the
development of the different company forms in Europe and U.S.A.
over the nineteenth century up to mid-‘50s. In particular, the
thesis took into consideration the question of limited liability
and the role of the authorities of the State in economy. (The Ph.D.
was funded through one scholarship granted by the British Council
and one granted by the University of Padua)
22 September 1993: viva voce dissertation of the Ph.D. thesis at
the University of Cambridge.
1988/1989: working on the first degree thesis at the Faculty of
Law, University of Cambridge (UK), thanks to a scholarship granted
by the European Student Exchange Erasmus Programme.
28 February 1990: graduated from the Faculty of Political
Science at the University of Padua with the highest mark cum
laude, by submitting and discussing a thesis on “A legal and
historical comparison between Italian and British charities during
the period 1800-1942”.
He is currently Senior Lecturer of Law & Economics, Non Profit Law
and International Law & Health at the University of
28th-30th June 2015: Visiting Scholar - The University of
Sheffield - The School of Law - The Sheffield Health Law and Policy
From January 2000 to December 2013 he served as
Professor of Non profit Law and Public Law of Health and
social care systems at the Faculty of Sociology at the
University of Trento
He is visiting lecturer at the MCI (Management Centre
Main research areas: Legal, organisational and comparative
aspects of Non profit organisations, health and social care
services, public authorities, PPPs (Public-private partnerships)
Since December 2015, he has served as Secretary-General of the European Association of Patients and Users of Thermal Centres (www.eaptc.net)
2005-2011: SERVED AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF TWO PUBLIC
AGENCIES ENGAGED , RESPECTIVELY, IN THE HEALTH SECTOR AND IN THE
ENERGY, WATER SUPPLY AND SERVICES OF GENERAL INTEREST SECTORS
He has worked on the drafting of the Directive 24/2011/UE
concerning patients' rights to access cross-border healthcare
Languages: fluent English (both writing and spoken) - Good German
and Spanish - Basic French (comprehension)
According to Section 15.1, letter c) of the Italian 2013 Act
No. 33 and to the provisions of the law No. 445/2000, I hereby
declare that I served as a member on the Thermalism Board
established by the Autonomous County of Trento from 28 October
2014 through 2017.