Lorenzo Bordogna is professor of Economic Sociology at the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Milan. He currently serves as president of the University’s Assessment Committee. His recent publications are: Public Service Management and Employment Relations in Europe: Emerging from the Crisis (Routledge 2016, ed. with S. Bach); Reforming Public Service Employment Relations: Past, Present and Future Prospects (2015, Keynote Address, 17th ILERA World Congress); Reframing Public Service Employment Relations: The Impact of Economic Crisis and the New EU Economic Governance (2013, with S. Bach); La regolazione del lavoro nel capitalismo che cambia: fosche prospettive? (2012); Moral Hazard, Transaction Costs and the Reform of Public Service Employment Relations (2008).