Lapo Salucci's research interests include politics of mobility and migration, international political economy with a focus on finance and comparative politics. As a political assistant for Hon. Valdo Spini in Italy, Salucci served as a political consultant, managed press communications and event organization. Salucci has over 10 years classroom teaching experience and most recently taught courses in the Political Science department at the University of Colorado-Boulder and the Korbel School for International Studies at the University of Denver. Salucci received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado-Boulder and has published articles in Urban Affairs Review, Maxwell Review and an appendix on International Political Economy of the book "Lezioni di Relazioni Internazionali."
Lapo Salucci has published the following articles in Urban Affairs Review: "Assessing the micro-foundations of the Tiebout model" and Exit, Voice, and Electoral Turnover