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Thursday, 16 July 2015 13:17

Vincenzo Quadrini

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Vincenzo Quadrini

James McN. Stancill Chair Professor, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California

Vincenzo Quadrini received his M.A. in economics from Coripe-Piemonte in Turin, Italy, and his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to his current position, he was an assistant professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, Duke University, and Pompeu Fabra University. His research is on Macroeconomics, International Economics, Financial Contracts and Entrepreneurship. He is a faculty research fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research.

He has published in several economic journals including American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Monetary Economics and Journal of Economic Theory. Recent publications include
``Financial Globalization, Inequality and the Rising Public Debt'', (with Marina Azzimonti and Eva de Francisco),
American Economic Review, 104(8), 2014. “Macroeconomic Effects of Financial Shocks’ (with Urban Jermann), American Economic Review, 102(1), 2012. “Competition, Human Capital and Income Inequality with Limited Commitment", (with Ramon Marimon), Journal of Economic Theory, 146(3), 2011. “Financial Globalization, Financial Crises and Contagion”, (with Enrique Mendoza), Journal of Monetary Economics, 57(1), 2010. “Financial Integration, Financial Deepness and Global Imbalances”, (with Enrique Mendoza and Victor Rios- Rull), Journal of Political Economy, 117(3), 2009. Financial Markets and Wages”, (with Claudio Michelacci), Review of Economic Studies, 76(2), 2009. 

 

Saturday, 11 July 2015 11:01

Andrea Ferrero

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Andrea Ferrero is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford and the Levine Fellow in Economics at Trinity College Oxford, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate macroeconomics.

 

He holds a BA in Economics from Bocconi University, an MSc in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and a Phd in Economics from New York University.

 

Before joining Oxford in September 2013, Andrea spent seven years in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, first as an Economist and then as a Senior Economist. He was a visiting scholar at NYU Stern in the Winter/Spring of 2012, and held visiting teaching positions at NYU, IMT Lucca, and IHS Vienna.

 

His research interests are in Monetary Economics and International Macroeconomics. Among other topics, he has worked on policy options in a currency union, the determinants and implications of global imbalances, and the macroeconomic impact of the Fed unconventional policies. His current research focuses on monetary policy and the financial crisis, on policy options in a ‘Secular Stagnation’ environment, and on monetary policy in resource-rich economies.

 

Saturday, 11 July 2015 10:50

Fabrizio Coricelli

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Fabrizio Coricelli holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently Professor of Economics at Paris School of Economics - Panthéon Sorbonne in Paris and a Research Fellow at CEPR in London. 

He has previously worked in several international institutions, such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the European Commission and EBRD.  He has also taught in various universities (University of Siena, Italy, Central European University in Budapest and University of Ljubljana). 

He has published extensively in international journals on issues of international economics, economics of European integration, monetary economics and transition economics.

Thursday, 16 May 2013 10:02

Saverio Ruperto

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ruperto-bigProfessore ordinario alla Sapienza – Università di Roma. Dal 2006 è docente di diritto civile alla Scuola di specializzazione per le professioni legali della stessa università. Il 28 novembre2011 è stato nominato sottosegretario all'Interno del Governo Monti.

Thursday, 16 May 2013 10:00

H.E. Felipe Larraín Bascuñán

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larran-bigH.E. Felipe Larraín Bascuñán is the Minister of Finance of Chile. Prior to being appointed Minister by President Sebastian Piñera, he was a visiting professor at Harvard University’s Robert Kennedy’s Chair for Latin American Studies and a professor at Catholic University of Chile’s Institute of Economics. Throughout his career, he has published over 10 books and 120 articles on Chile, Latin America, the US, Europe and Asia. His book Macroeconomía en la Economía Global, co-authored with Jeffrey Sachs, was translated to several languages and is now one of the most popular macroeconomics books published in Spanish. Minister Larraín has been an advisor to the governments of Canada, Costa Rica, Venezuela and Peru, among others, and is also a member of the International Advisors Board of the Asian Development Bank. Minister Larraín obtained his business administration degree from Catholic of Chile and his PhD in economics from Harvard University.

 

Thursday, 16 May 2013 09:58

Jeffrey D. Sachs

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sachs-bigJeffrey D. Sachs is the Director of The Earth Institute, Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development, and Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University. He is Special Advisor to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the Millennium Development Goals, having held the same position under former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. He is Director of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network. He is co-founder and Chief Strategist of Millennium Promise Alliance, and is director of the Millennium Villages Project. Sachs is also one of the Secretary-General’s MDG Advocates, and a Commissioner of the ITU/UNESCO Broadband Commission for Development. Professor Sachs is widely considered to be one of the world’s leading experts on economic development and the fight against poverty. His work on ending poverty, promoting economic growth, fighting hunger and disease, and promoting sustainable environmental practices, has taken him to more than 125 countries with more than 90 percent of the world’s population. For more than a quarter century he has advised dozens of heads of state and governments on economic strategy, in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.

 

Saturday, 23 February 2013 09:58

Luigi Fiorentino

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fiorentinoNato a Paternopoli (AV) il 9 ottobre 1959, vive a Roma. Si è laureato in giurisprudenza (110 e lode/110) ed ha conseguito il Diploma (corso biennale) di perfezionamento in Diritto Amministrativo e Scienze dell’Amministrazione (90/90) all’Università di Napoli. E’ attualmente Capo di Gabinetto del Ministro dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca. Precedenti incarichi: Segretario Generale e Capo di Gabinetto dell’Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato; Capo del Dipartimento per le Risorse Umane e Strumentali della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri; Direttore del Servizio Centrale per gli Affari Generali, la Qualità dei Processi e dell’Organizzazione del Ministero dell’Economia e delle Finanze; Vice-Capo di Gabinetto del Ministro del Tesoro Carlo Azeglio Ciampi; Vice-Capo di Gabinetto del Ministro del Bilancio e della Programmazione Economica Giuliano Amato nonchè Provveditore generale dello Stato.

Dal 1985 al 2006 ha collaborato con la cattedra di Diritto Amministrativo dell’Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”. Dal 1997 ha ricoperto l’incarico di Professore a contratto presso diversi Atenei: Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” e “Roma TRE”, Università degli Studi di Napoli “Suor Orsola Benincasa”. Insegna “Metodi e modelli per l’organizzazione e la gestione delle Pubbliche Amministrazioni” presso la Facoltà di Ingegneria Gestionale dell’Università “Tor Vergata” e “Istituzioni di Diritto Pubblico” nell’ambito del corso ufficiale di “Economia e gestione aziendale” presso l’Università Europea di Roma. E’ docente e membro del Consiglio Direttivo del Master di II livello in: “Diritto Amministrativo e Scienze dell’Amministrazione” - nonchè responsabile del modulo “I contratti” – organizzato dall’Università “Roma TRE”.

Ha scritto su varie tematiche di Diritto Amministrativo e collabora con numerose riviste giuridiche, tra le quali il “Giornale di Diritto Amministrativo” e la “Rivista trimestrale di Diritto Pubblico”.

Ha partecipato al “Trattato di Diritto Amministrativo”, Giuffrè, 2000 e 2003, con la voce “Debito pubblico” e al “Trattato dei contratti”, con “Attività contrattuale e vincoli di finanza pubblica”, in “I contratti con la Pubblica Amministrazione”, Utet, 2007, t. I, 241 ss. Tra i volumi curati si ricordano: “Casi e materiali di Diritto Amministrativo”, il Mulino, 2001; “Il Regolamento sull’Amministrazione e la contabilità degli Enti Pubblici - D.P.R. n. 97/2003”, Giuffrè, 2005; “Il codice dei contratti pubblici di lavori, servizi e forniture”, Quaderno del GDA, n. 15, IPSOA, 2007; “Lo Stato compratore. L’acquisto di beni e servizi nelle Pubbliche Amministrazioni”, ASTRID, Il Mulino, 2007; “Esternalizzazioni: lo stato dell’arte” in “L’esternalizzazione delle gestioni amministrative nelle Pubbliche Amministrazioni”, IRPA, Maggioli Editore, 2007; “Primo Rapporto sulle esternalizzazioni nelle Pubbliche Amministrazioni”, IRPA, Maggioli Editore, Maggio 2007; “La spending review e l’organizzazione amministrativa” in “Finanza pubblica e finanza privata”, Maggioli Editore, 2008; “Il modello Consip. Profili evolutivi” in “Consip: il significato di un’esperienza”, FrancoAngeli, 2008; “La difficile affermazione di una cultura della gestione nelle Pubbliche Amministrazioni”, in “Le Amministrazioni Pubbliche tra conservazione e riforme”, Giuffrè, 2008; “Secondo Rapporto sulle esternalizzazioni nelle Pubbliche Amministrazioni”, IRPA, Maggioli Editore, Gennaio 2009; “L’organizzazione centrale” in “Il sistema amministrativo italiano”, il Mulino, Studi e Ricerche, 2009; “Terzo Rapporto sulle esternalizzazioni nelle Pubbliche Amministrazioni”, IRPA, Maggioli Editore, Luglio 2011; “Gli acquisti delle amministrazioni pubbliche nella Repubblica federale”, ASTRID, Il Mulino, 2011; “L’organizzazione centrale dello Stato. Tra tentativi di innovazione e conservazione”, Editoriale Scientifica, 2012.

Tra le sue pubblicazioni più recenti: “Le competenze dell’AGCM nei mercati finanziari”, in Mercati finanziari e protezione del consumatore, Francesco Brioschi Editore, 2010; “Appalti pubblici e concorrenza” in “20 anni di Antitrust - L’evoluzione dell’Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato”, Giappichelli Editore, 2010; “Concorrenza e Amministrazioni Pubbliche” in La Costituzione Repubblicana, Edizioni ARES, 2010; “Le pratiche commerciali scorrette” in Obbligazioni e Contratti, Utet Giuridica, n. 3, Marzo 2011; “Il ruolo dell’AGCM nei SPL” in Rivista bimestrale L’ACQUA – Speciale: Il futuro dell’acqua fra referendum e norme, n. 2/2011; “Servizi portuali e concorrenza nel rilancio dell’economia” in Rivista di Politica Economica, SIPI S.p.A - CONFINDUSTRIA, Luglio/Settembre 2010-2011.

Ha partecipato a vari convegni e conferenze, in Italia e all’estero, con interventi e relazioni in lingua italiana ed inglese. Dal 1985 svolge attività di ricerca.

Friday, 18 January 2013 19:32

Fabio Fortuna

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Fabio Fortuna is Full Professor of Business Administration. He is vice Rector and Dean of the Faculty of Economics of Niccolò Cusano University of Rome, where he teaches Accounting and Financial Reporting; he also teaches “Auditing” at Luiss University.
He is member of the Advisory Board of the “Accademia Italiana di Economia Aziendale” (AIDEA).

He is member of the Advisory Board of the “Dean Conference of the Economics and Statistics Faculties”.
He is member of several Editorial Boards and Scientific Committees.
He is the President of the “Associazione Nazionale Docenti di Ragioneria ed Economia Aziendale”
(ASDORT).
Ordinary member of the “Accademia italiana di Economia aziendale” (AIDEA), “Società Italiana dei Docenti di Ragioneria ed Economia Aziendale” (SIDREA), “Società Italiana di Storia della Ragioneria” (SISR) e “European Accounting Association” (EAA).
He published many books and articles dealing with Accounting and Business Administration.

 

Thursday, 12 May 2011 16:52

Antonella Magliocco

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Antonella Magliocco is tax manager at the Tax Department of Banca d'Italia, where she has been in charge of the Tax Analysis Division since 1995. Previously, she had worked for ten years in the field of banking and financial supervision, focusing on regulatory reforms.

Her main work and research areas are the tax treatment of cross border investments in financial assets, tax policies affecting business taxation, tax amnesties, international and EU tax issues.

Between 2009 and 2010 she had a one-year experience at the Italian Revenue Agency (Agenzia delle Entrate) in Rome, as Head of the Department for International, Financial Taxation and State Aids.

She is member of the Commission for International Taxation of the Certified Public Accountants Association of Rome; she takes part in the Editorial Board of the Quarterly uarteReview "Financial products and tax treatment".

Since 2006 she extended her professional horizons to gender policies and, more recently, to issues regarding social economy, through a research project on women's poverty. In the double role of tax expert and analyst of social policies, she is involved in the study of new tax measures linked to solidarity.

Married and mother of a 21-years-old girl, she actively volunteers in the Red Cross and Caritas. She is author of several publications both in the tax field and in other areas. She is member of IFA-International Fiscal Association, PWA - Professional Women's Association, AICR-American International Club of Rome.

Thursday, 12 May 2011 10:43

Gioacchino Amato

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amatoGioacchino Amato was born in Montevarchi (AR), on may 1st 1975. He is a lawyer and serves on Consob (the Italian Stock Exchange Authority) as an officer. He deals with market abuses and price sensitive information. He teaches Securities Regulation at Florence University, Faculty of Economics. He received an LLM at UC Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Public Law and Economics at La Sapienza Rome University, Faculty of Economics.
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