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National Institute for Public Policy Analysis (INAPP), Italy

The National Institute for Public Policy Analysis (INAPP) was created on 1st December 2016 following the reorganisation of the Istituto per lo svilluppo della formazione professionale dei lavoratori (ISFOL). It has a strategic role, providing guidance and support with regard to the governance of social and labour policies.

INAPP is a public research body supervised by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies and it is responsible for the analysis, monitoring and evaluation of labour market, education and training, social and general economic policies which impact on the labour market.

In addition, INAPP is a member of the National Satistical System and it cooperates with various European Institutions. It provides methodological and scientific assistance for the European Social Fund System Actions and it is the National Agency for the Erasmus+ European Programme in the field of education and vocational training.

Areas of Specialization:

Economic and social development, Lifelong learning, Vocational education

User Profile:

Researchers; students; VET stakeholders; practitioners.

Contact Information


Corso d´Italia, 33
00198 Rome

Contact person:
Monia De Angelis

Basic Institutional Data:

Stefano Sacchi
Countries Served:
Istituto per lo svilluppo della formazione professionale dei lavoratori (ISFOL), Italy
Working Languages:
English, French, Italian


Books and Documents:
about 20.000
Periodicals recieved p.a.:
over 200 with 112 in current subscription
Multimedia materials:

Services and Special Activities

Information Services Provided

A Library Reference Service is available on demand offering current information and guidance to users. The focus of the service is on INAPP publications, although information and resources are also available with regard to the national and European context. These services are available on request to ALADIN Network members who should email: biblioteca@inapp.org

Special Activities

Library staff support the compilation of thematic bibliographies and respond to queries arising face-to-face or by email. The main resource used for extracting bibliographic references is the OPAC, a user-friendly tool with which users can store and retrieve the results of their bibliographic searches. In addition, the staff periodically monitor many other web sources in order to widen the range of bibliographical research.