Since 1983: Full Professor of European Economic Policy at Bocconi University in Milan
- Chairman of the Italian Group of the Trilateral Commission
- Chairman of Mediolanum bank Board of Directors
- Member of the board of Pirelli & C., Mediaset, Italcementi
- Deputy Chairman, Institute of International Political Studies (ISPI), Milan
- Member of the Board of "Alcide de Gasperi" foundation
- Vice-President of the Associazione Universitaria di Studi Europei
As to his research activities, he was/is a consultant to various national and foreign research institutes and universities, to Italian public Institutions (including CNR – the Italian National Research Council) and to the European Union. Currently Mr. Secchi is Director of the Institute on Latin American Studies and on Economies in Transition (ISLA) at Bocconi University in Milan.
He has previously been in charge of TEN-T Coordinator from July 2009 to December 2013, when he has been in charge for Priority Project 3 and Priority Project 19 (railways) between France, Spain and Portugal, and had chaired the Expert Group on TEN-T financing that contributed to the revision of TEN-T and the launch of the Connecting Europe Facility.
On 12th March 2014 Professor Secchi was appointed European Coordinator for the TEN-T Atlantic Corridor.
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- Conference at the French Port Association, 30 June 2014
Prof. Carlo Secchi took part in a conference at the French Port Association, on invitation by the President, Mr Hervé Martel, and of the delegated President, Mr Jacques Trorial.
With this ocassion, Prof. Secchi introduced the theme of the multimodal dimension of a Core Network Corridor. A large debate followed, concerning mainly governance, including working groups, opportunity for funding and financing pre-condition to attract private investors, as well as the complementary role of ports outside the corridors (integration through Motorways of the Sea).
The importance of Corridors for multimodal and international coordination and fine-tuning, besides the mere funding and project development, has been highlighted.
- Meeting with the President of Île de France in charge of Transport, 30 June 2014
On 30 June 2014, Mr Secchi met the vice President of Île de France in charge of Transport, Mr Pierre Serne.
There has been a friendly and informal exchange of opinion on Corridors and the role of Regions within Corridor Fora and at national level, and a description of the projects envisaged by the Region to enhance the connectivity and the mobility of the node – the largest urban node within the Atlantic Corridor.
The opportunity of seeking synergies and making compatible large distance flows and local mobility was debated, as well as the opportunities that smoother access to international and intercontinental traffic represents for the regional development, leveraging on the Regional logistic platforms, included in the Corridor Analysis.