Manlio Rossi-Doria Centre for Economic and Social Research , Roma Tre University
Department of Economics, Roma Tre University
Tuesday 28 March 2017
ROSSI-DORIA LECTURE 2017
L’economia delle nuove relazioni internazionali
(New international relations and economics)
Professor of Macroeconomics, Cambridge University
Director of Cambridge-INET
(Director, Department of Economics, Roma Tre University)
(President, Rossi-Doria Centre, Roma Tre University)
Introduction and Chair
(Director, Rossi-Doria Centre, Roma Tre University)
A cocktail will follow
Aula del Consiglio (primo piano)
Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza
Università Roma Tre
Via Ostiense 161
The Rossi-Doria Lectures are held, once a year since 1997, by Italian and international distinguished scholars. Since 2014, the Lectures are organized by Rossi-Doria Centre.
Giancarlo Corsetti Giancarlo Corsetti (Ph.D. Yale, 1992) is Professor of Macroeconomics at Cambridge University, fellow of Clare College and director of the Cambridge INET Institute. He has previously taught at the European University Institute in Florence, as Pierre Werner Chair, and the Universities of Rome III, Yale and Bologna.
He is a leading scholar in international economics and open macro with pioneering contributions on currency, financial and sovereign crises, monetary and fiscal policy in open economy, and the international transmission and global imbalances. His work has been published by the American Economic Review, the Journal of European Economic Association, the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, and the Review of Economic Studies. He has been a long-serving co-editor of the Journal of International Economics.
He is a consultant at the European Central Bank and the Bank of England and a regular visiting professor in central banks and international institutions. He is research fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, where he served as co-director of the International Macroeconomic Programme between 2004 and 2015. He is a member the European Economic Association, where he served as a member of the council, and Program Chairman of the 2007 Annual Congress in Budapest.
Abstract (Italian). L’evoluzione della politica nei paesi industrializzati prefigura la ripresa di strategie e politiche opportunistiche in nome dell’interesse nazionale, a detrimento della cooperazione internazionale. Allo stesso tempo, solleva interrogativi sul futuro dell’integrazione economica e finanziaria globale. La lezione propone una riflessione sulle complesse modalità di coesistenza di strategie non-cooperative e mercati globalizzati, alla luce della teoria economica e attraverso esempi di politiche macroeconomiche a livello internazionale e europeo. Nell’Unione Europea, il problema riguarda in particolare il futuro assetto del mercato unico e dell’unione monetaria.
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