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Bruno Mascitelli

Bruno Mascitelli is an Associate Professor of European Studies at Swinburne University.

Before joining academia in 2000, Bruno was employed by the Australian Consulate in Milan, Italy from 1982 until 1997. Much of his activities in the Consulate revolved around support to Australian companies entering the Italian market. On returning to Australia in 1997 he joined the US Consulate in Melbourne working for the Commercial Service. In 2000 he joined Swinburne University. He is President of the European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) and also School Council President of the Victorian School of Languages.


Articles by Bruno Mascitelli (1)

  • Why Australia needs Austrade

    Bruno Mascitelli is editor of the newly released The Austrade Story: Export and Investment Facilitation Under the Microscope. The Australian Trade Commission, or Austrade as it is commonly known, turns 30 in 2016. It came into existence in 1986 as a statutory government agency for export promotion, arising out of a merger of five segments of export-related activities within various ministries.