I am a professor of political economy at Sapienza University of Rome, and editor of the open access economics journals  PSL Quarterly Review (previously known as Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review) and Moneta e Credito (check them out! Both their 70-years strong archives are available at the journals’ websites free of charge).

I am honoured to be the 2018 winner of the “A. Feltrinelli Giovani” prize for the social and political sciences, awarded by the Accademia dei Lincei.

I am a member of the Global Young Academy, where I co-lead the “Scienfitic Excellence” Working Group, and of the “GYA-IAP-ISC Scoping Group on Research Evaluation”. Science and research policy is indeed one of my main interests.

I am also a member of the “Next Left” Focus Group of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, and the Research Area coordinator on “History of Political Economy” of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE). European political economy, and the history of economic thought are my other two major areas of interest.

More info on my research and work experience can be found in my CV.

To subscribe to the NEP – Heterodox Microeconomics Newsletter, follow this link. In Sapienza we have a “Minerva lab” on gender equality and diversity, see here.

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