Veronica Ronchi is Senior Researcher and Project Manager at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei. Her research activity has mainly focused on business history (multinational corporation, SMEs, cooperative and non-profit) and on the economic history of contemporary Latin America. She taught various disciplines related to economic history and the history of globalization at the University of Milan. She is author of numerous publications and she has also combined academic research on business ethnography for large institutions and business groups.
Her most recent works include: “With the head and the heart. Workers and female workers in the cooperative enterprises of the Giudicarie Esteriori” (ViTren, 2020) and “The right dimension. Young workers in the Italian SMEs” (GoWare, 2019).