Matteo Renzi

Former Prime Minister of Italy

Matteo Renzi

Matteo Renzi

Former Prime Minister of Italy

Biography

Matteo Renzi is the mayor of Florence, Italy, an office he assumed in June 2009 at the age of 35 after serving five years as the president of the Province of Florence; Renzi was the youngest person ever to hold this office. Embodying a widespread desire for change and renewal in Italian politics, Renzi has staked his political reputation on responding to the growing need in Italian society for politicians to represent the world of the 21st century. Renzi’s youth and innovative style have made him a man to watch in the politics of a nation accustomed to slow and incremental change. Renzi graduated in 1999 with a degree in jurisprudence from the University of Florence.

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Province of Florence

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632

Primary Location

Italy

Birthday

01/11/1975 - Florence, RI, Italy

Age

45

Number of Awards

2

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Minister, Public Administration & Simplification at Government of Italy

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Minister, Constitutional Reforms & Parliamentary Relations at Government of Italy

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Ambassador to the United States at Government of Italy

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Former President of Italy

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Former Prime Minister of Italy

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Matteo Renzi
Former Prime Minister of Italy
Education
Jurisprudence

The University of Florence is one of the largest and most productive public research systems in Italy. This result is related to the number of permanent and temporary researchers working in a wide range of disciplinary and scientific fields, and the numerous junior scientists in training. It is also due to an intensive participation in research programmes of national and international relevance, the significant scientific results achieved, and the financial flow from outside supporting activities of research and knowledge transfer. This combination of factors qualifies the Florentine institution as a modern research university, and accounts for its excellent ranking in national and international classifications.

Memberships
Member
2012 - Current

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Career History
Prime Minister
2014 - 2016
President
2004 - 2009
Awards & Honors
Rank #3
2014
Fortune Magazine - 40 under 40
2014
Foreign Policy magazine - Top 100 Global Thinkers
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