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Marco Giuli has been a Research Fellow at the Madariaga - College of Europe Foundation since October 2008, and is responsible for research and overall management for the Empowering Europe and Challenging Citizens programmes. His research interests include EU economic policy and governance, capital markets, welfare policies and labour markets, and energy markets.

He holds a Master degree in the Economics of European Integration from the University of Bologna and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Relations from the University of Rome (Sapienza). Prior to joining the Foundation, he worked as a trainee for the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade in Moscow and as a Visiting Researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels.

Marco has published academic material with journals and he is regularly invited to speak at public events on his research areas. You can follow him on Twitter


Selected Publications

  • The Fairy Tale of Expansionary Austerity
  • Flexicurity, Not for Italy
  • What Can the Technical Government in Italy Really Do? 
  • The Social Tsunami Impact of the Eurocrisis
  • Rebalancing Savings: A Problem of Willingness or Ability?
  • Assessing IMF Reform: Shifting Power but No Model?
  • Requiem for the Community Method: The Political Dimensions of the Pact for Competitiveness
  • An Optimal Currency Area at the Price of Jobs? Lessons from Estonia's Eurozone Accession   
  • Are Italian Savings Saving Italy?
  • Learning from the Financial Crisis: Tax Competition and Income Inequalities

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Contact

Tel: +32 2 209 62 17

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Call for Applications

Peace Tour Award for Outstanding Chinese Students in Europe

The Peace Tour Award has been jointly set up by the Madariaga-College of Europe Foundation (MCF) and the Europe-China Cultural and Educational Foundation (ECCEF), the European branch of the Peace Tour Committee - World Famous Chinese Artists Global Painting Peace Tour Committee - in order to grant awards to outstanding Chinese students or researchers studying in the European Union.

Deadline for application: 24th of April (midnight, CET)

More info here

 


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