Leonardo Andriola, Ostuni, 63 years old, graduated in Economics (1986) at the university of Bari (UNIBA), school of specialization in “Business Consulting” (1989) at UNIBA. In November 2015 he was awarded the title of “Teaching Assistant” in the History of Economic Thought (SECS P/04) at the Department of History Society and Human Studies, University of Salento. He has been a speaker at several conferences in the economic and social sphere, organized by various institutional bodies. From 2007 to 2013 he was a member associated with the “Center of Economic Studies”, University of Salento, and i salso an essayist and author of numerous socio-economic articles in various magazines. Cultural interests: Social and Environmental Economics. Winner of the “Emily Dickinson” essay prize in 2012 with book “Uomo vulnerabile”, concerning Social Economics.