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Associate Professor of Political Economy, Turin University.

Who is Lino Sau

Education:

Post-doctoral fellow in Political Economy, University of Pavia (1995-97)
Ph.D. in Political Economy, University of Pavia, (1994)
Visiting graduate student (Washington University, St. Louis, USA, (1993)
Degree in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Pavia, (1989)

Present position: Associate Professor in Political Economy since 2011.
Previous position: Senior Researcher of Political Economy, Faculty of Economics (1998-2005) and School of Communication Studies, (2005-2010) University of Turin, Italy.
Researcher in Political Economy, Faculty of Economics, University of Turin (1998-02) and Faculty of Economics University of Eastern Piedmont (2002-05).

Research Interest:

Monetary Macroeconomics
International Economics
Post-Keynesian Economics
History of Economic Thought

Honor, Fellowships, ect..

Post-doctoral fellowship, University of Pavia, 1995-97
Doctoral fellowship, University of Pavia, 1991-94
Fellowship for teaching and research assistance, Faculty of Economics II, University of Turin.

Courses:
Macroeconomics - School of Communication Studies, University of Turin, 1999-present
Political Economy and International Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Eastern Piedmont, 2002-05
Principle of Economics- Faculty of Economics, University of Turin, 1999-2002
International Economics- Faculty of Economics II, University of Pavia, 1996-97

Other academic or professional activities:
Affiliated with SIE
Affiliated with STOREP
Affiliated with The Jerome Levy Economic Institute, USA
Affiliated with Post-keynesian study group, UK
Affiliated with CESMEP, University of Turin
Member of the Faculty of the Ph.D. program on Economics complexity and creativity, University of Turin
Member of the editorial Board of L'Indice dei libri, Turin
Referee Rivista di Politica Economica and History of Economic Ideas

Selected publications

(Sau L.), Do the international monetary and financial systems need more than short-term cosmetic reforms?, International Journal of Political Economy, 44(4): 325-340, 2015. DOI: 10.1080/08911916.2015.1129850.

(Sau L.), Evolution of China's financial system and its impact on economic development, International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies, Inderscience Ltd, CH, vol. 5(1), pages 1-15, 2012,. DOI: 10.1504/IJEPEE.2012.045433, Indexed in Scopus and RePec

(Sau L.), I sistemi finanziari a confronto: un approccio graduale, in Potenze Economiche Emergenti, Cina ed India a confronto (a cura di) V. Valli, G. Balcet, 2012, Il Mulino, Bologna (2012) Il Mulino. p. 183- 214 ISBN: 9788815238177.

(Sau L.), The financial fragility of the emerging countries and the role of international of last resort, International Journal of Political Economy, M.E Sharpe, 2004, New York, vol. 34, pp. 3-19 ISSN: 0891-1916.

(Sau L.), Banking, information and financial instability in Asia, Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, M.E. Sharpe, 2003, New York, vol. 25, pp. 493 513 ISSN: 0160-3477.

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