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Aldo Patania

Biography Professor Aldo Patania (Italy).
Professor Aldo Patania
Professor Aldo Patania

Prof. Aldo Patania is a European Union national who has divided his existence between Europe and the States. He has a doctoral degree in International Relations from the Italian state university in Catania (Sicily) and was also granted a Fulbright scholarship to study international economics at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies both in Bologna and in Washington DC.

He started out by being the senior economic expert of the US Ambassador in Rome before moving on to London to be the senior country manager for then Czechoslovakia at the newly founded European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. In the meantime he took on teaching as a side activity. Eventually he decided to go solely into teaching and that is what he has been doing for the past 20 years.

He has been teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels for various academic institutions both in Italy and in the US. He normally teaches in the States during the summer and Christmas breaks, while maintaining a full teaching load in Italy during the regular academic year. He is also the MBA Director for the Roman branch of the University of Malta and maintains very close ties with the Italian and US Embassies throughout the world. He travels extensively whenever his teaching schedule will allow him to accept invitations to lecture in places other than those where he normally spends most of his time. He is often asked to speak on topics relating to the European Union, international business and marketing, as well as electronic business (he taught one of the first courses on e-Commerce ever to be offered either in Italy or in California). He is well known for his practical, hands-on approach to teaching and believes firmly in taking his students into the real world by leading them through intensive tours of some European capital cities or of the key near-by decision-making centers.


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