All the bios of the journal European Economy
Giorgio Barba Navaretti, chief editor of European Economy – Banks, regulation, and the Real Sector, is Professor of Economics at the University of Milan, Scientific Director of the Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano and Distinguished Visiting Faculty at Sciences Po, Paris. He has a PhD in Economics from Oxford University and a Degree in Economics from Bocconi University in Milan. He has been working extensively on the economics of multinational firms and on multinational banking, on firms’ dynamics and competitiveness and on several international economic policy issues. He is or has been a consultant for many international organisations, including the European Central Bank, the World Bank, the OECD and the European Commission and for Italian public institutions. He is part of the Task Force on Industrial Policy of the Italian Ministry of Economic Development. He is a non-executive director of Aon Italia and Banca Sistema. He is the Vice President of Collegio Carlo Alberto Foundation, a member of the Scientific Committee of Confindustria, of the International Advisory Board of Enel Foundation and of the Board of Directors of Unicredit and Universities Foundation. He published many papers in key international academic journals and books, including Multinationals in the World Economy with Anthony J.Venables (Princeton University Press) He is a columnist for Il Sole 24 Ore.
Giacomo Calzolari editor of European Economy – Banks, regulation, and the Real Sector is professor of economics at the University of Bologna and fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London. He obtained a PhD at the Toulouse School of Economics. He has been conferred the Young Economist Award of the European Economic Association and the Best paper award by the Association of Competition Economics. He regularly publishes in top international journals such as American Economic Review, Rand Journal of Economics, International Economic Review and Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of financial intermediation. He is co-editor of the International Journal of Industrial organization, Labour: Review of labour economics and industrial relations and reviewer for most of the international academic journals in economics and for national science foundations including NSF USA. His research interests include banking regulation, competition policy, economics of regulation, industrial organization, and the economics of incentives (also applied to his three kids).
Alberto Franco Pozzolo, editor of European Economy – Banks, regulation, and the Real Sector, is professor of economics at the University of Molise (Italy). He was formerly an economist in the Research Department of the Bank of Italy. His current research activity is centered mainly on empirical banking and FDIs. Mr. Pozzolo graduated in Economics from Bocconi University in Milan and holds a Doctoral degree in economics from the University of Ancona and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Southampton.
José Manuel Mansilla Fernández (PhD in Granada) currently serves as (Unicredit) Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Economics from October 2014. His main area of research is economics applied to banking and finance. Previously, he has served as a Predoctoral Research Fellow and teaching assistant at the Department of Economics of the University of Granada. His dissertation analyses the effects of bank market power on firm investment in the short term and the long term, the effects of monetary policy on the implicit interest rates of the trade credit, and the effects of financial constraints and liquidity management on exports.
His main area of research is the economics of banking and finance such as banking regulation, bank risk-taking, industrial organization, international trade and SME, trade credit and liquidity management.
Finally, he has been declared suitable for assistant professor (professor ayudante doctor) by the the ANECA.
Full Professor of Finance at Bocconi University, Research Fellow at CEPR, Extramural fellow at TILEC, Fellow at the Center for Financial Studies, at CESifo, at IGIER and at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center.
She has also worked as a consultant for OECD and the World Bank. Her main research interests include Financial Intermediation, Financial Crises and Regulation, Competition Policy, and Corporate Governance.
RALPH DE HAAS
Director of Research at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and part-time Associate Professor of Finance at Tilburg University. His main research interests include International Banking, Empirical Finance, Financial Stability, and Development Economics.
Professor of Business Law at University of Genoa. He is also founder, director, and fellow of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), Brussels. He was an advisor to the Draghi Commission on Financial Markets Law Reform, to Consob (the Italian Securities Commission) and to the Corporate Governance Committee of the Italian Stock Exchange.
Member of the ESRB Advisory Scientific Committee and Chief Executive Officer di Unifortune SGR SpA. He has also been Principal Policy Advisor of the Commission’s Clearing and Settlement. Advisory and Monitoring Group (CESAME) and Jerome A. Chazen Professor of International Business at Columbia University. He also occupied different positions both in the public and private sector.
IVANHOE LO BELLO
Vice President of Confindustria since 2012, in charge of the education branch. He has been President of Confindustria-Sicily from 2006 and 2012. He also held positions in Banco di Sicilia and Unicredit Leasing.
GIANMARCO I.P. OTTAVIANO
Full Professor of Economics and London School of Economics and Political Science and at University of Bologna. He is also a Research Fellow of CEPR London in the International Trade Program, non-resident senior fellow of Bruegel Brussels, external research fellow of CReAM London and coordinator of the Knowledge, Technology and Human Capital Program at FEEM Milan. His main research interests include International Trade, Urban Economics, and Economic Geography.
JEAN CHARLES ROCHET
Full Professor of Banking at the University of Zurich, Chair of the Swiss Finance Institute, and Adjunct Professor at Toulouse School of Economics. His research interests include financial stability, payments economics, industrial organization of financial markets, risk management, contract theory, and solvency regulations for financial institutions.
Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Italy and President of the Italian Insurance Supervisory Authority. Previously, Head of the Economic Research Department of the Bank of Italy. He is a member of the Steering Committe of the Italian Strategic Fund, the Foundation Board of the International Center for Monetary and Banking Studies in Geneva, the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance, the Istituto Affari Internazionali; he is also member of the Board of Governors of Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli and Senior Fellow at the LUISS School of European Political Economy.
Rodolfo DeBenedetti Professor of Entrepreneurship at Bocconi University. He is also a Research Fellow of EIEF and CEPR, and fellow of IGIER and Centro Studi Luca D’Agliano. His main research interests include Corporate Finance, Industrial Organization, and Applied Microeconomics.
Professor of Banking and Finance at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University and Senior Fellow at Bruegel. He is also a member of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the ESRB. He also held a position at the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economic Affairs in the Netherlands and he was a member of the European Banking Committee as well as the Financial Services Committee of the European Union. His main research interests include Central Banking, Financial Stability and Supervision, International Banking, and European Financial Integration.
Senior Fellow at Bruegel, and Visiting Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. He is also a board member of the derivatives arm (Global Trade Repository) of the Depositary Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), and a member of the Scientific Council of AMF, France’s securities regulator, and of the Corporate Disclosure Policy Council of the CFA Institute. His main research interests include Capital Markets, Financial Services, and Foreign Investment.