Amedeo Rizzo is a Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Law student at the University of Oxford, Exeter College. He is undertaking research activities on international corporate taxation and tax policy, under the supervision of Professor Tsilly Dagan.
He is an Academic Fellow at Bocconi University and SDA Bocconi School of Management, where he coordinates the Accounting & Tax Policy Observatory and the Transfer Pricing Forum. Additionally, he is a Transatlantic Technology Law Forum Fellow at the University of Stanford (Stanford Law School) and the University of Vienna, where he analysis different types of tax incentives to enhance innovation, intellectual property and research and development activities.
He is a member of the Group of Experts on anti-corruption for Transparency International Italy, advising on corporate and tax law, and one of the founding partners of the Italian audit company Imperium Audit SpA. Previously, he worked for the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) of the European Commission as an external advisor on budget and tax policy, and for the International Tax and Transfer Pricing Team of Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Milan. He also collaborated with the Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability, India, on financial transparency issues in Asia-Pacific countries.
As concerns his research activities, he is the author of papers published in national and international academic journals, such as International Tax Studies, International Transfer Pricing Journal, Fiscalità e Commercio Internazionale (Italian), and Novità Fiscali (Swiss), and technical newspaper such as We Wealth, which selected him for the top 300 wealth management influencers’ club. He participated in the publication of the book “Brexit: Scenari fiscali e opportunità per i professionisti italiani” published by IPSOA – Wolters Kluwer Italy and presented at the Camera dei Deputati, the Italian Chamber of Deputies, with the Working Party on Tax & Legal Matters.
Amedeo obtained a Master of Science in Taxation (with distinction) from the University of Oxford, a Master of Science in Law and Business Administration (summa cum laude) from Bocconi University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He received the Bocconi - Boroli scholarship for being one of the best Bocconi graduates of 2017 and for his thesis about EU tax competition and intellectual property taxation.