I am associate professor of political economy at the Department of Statistics of Sapienza University of Rome, and editor of PSL Quarterly Review and Moneta e Credito (check them out! Both 70-years strong archives are available at the journals’ websites free of charge).

I obtained a joint Ph.D. in Economics from the Universities of Rome “La Sapienza” and “W.F. Goethe” of Frankfurt am Main, and I coordinated or took part in a number of research projects for the European Commission, the Fundamental Rights Agency of the EU, and the Italian Government. More info on my research and work experience in my CV.

I occasionally blog on L’Huffington Post, and I am member of the Next Left Focus Group of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, as well as the Research Area coordinator on “History of Political Economy” of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE).

Twitter of last resort: @dippoliti