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Pier Luigi Sacco’s work at the Berkman-Klein Center will focus on the role of digital technologies to foster new forms of inclusive cultural participation and co-creation in the domain of cultural and creative content production, as well as on the evaluation of their societal effects on key policy domains such as health and wellbeing, environmental sustainability, social cohesion, and innovation.

He is is Professor of Cultural Economics, IULM University Milan; Co-Director of the Computational Human Behavior (CHuB) Lab of Bruno Kessler Foundation, Trento, and Senior Researcher, metaLAB (at) Harvard. He is the Special Adviser of the European Commissioner for Education and Culture, member of the Europeana Research Advisory Board, of the Advisory Council for Research & Innovation of the Czech Republic, and of the Advisory Council of Creative Georgia. He works and consults internationally in the fields of culture-led local development, policy design and evaluation, and is often invited as keynote speaker in major cultural policy conferences worldwide.