Mario Deaglio (Honorary President)
Professor Emeritus, Turin University.

Who is

Who is

Mario Deaglio has pursued two parallel careers in academic economics and in economic and financial journalism. He is Professor Emeritus of International Economics at the University of Turin, where he held a chair for over 25 years. His initial scientific research mainly focused on the structure of modern western economies, with a special interest for the "hidden" economic sectors, Kondratieff cycles and classification of present-day economies in a global economic sector. He is currently concentrating on issues related to globalization. Professor Deaglio is author and co-author of books, research studies, monographs and scientific articles. Among his many essays: Come cambia il capitalismo (How Capitalism is Changing, Milan 20 Postglobal (Rome, 2004). He runs a blog for the Centro Einaudi (an Italian think tank) and edits for them a yearly Report on the Global Economy and Italy.

His interest in economic journalism started with a learning period at The Economist in London and he wrote for this weekly from Italy for many years. In Italy he wrote extensively for a weekly, Panorama and a daily Il Secolo XIX and after that ending up as an op-ed writer for La Stampa From 1980-83 he was the Director of Il Sole 24 Ore, Italy’s main financial daily. After that, he went back to University while returning to cooperate with La Stampa.

Selected publications

La nuova borghesia e la sfida del capitalismo, 1991.
Liberista? Liberale. Un progetto per l’Italia del Duemila, 1996.
Postglobal, 2004.
La bussola del cambiamento. 80 tavole per capire il mondo, 2005.

Scientific articles

Drifting apart. A study of the dis-integration of the euro-american economy. (Bruni F. Editor, Transnational relations: economic policy issues, ISPI Milano, 2004).
Un "mondo capovolto": crisi finanziaria e redistribuzione del potere economico mondiale, in Il Mulino, anno LVII, num. 440, 6/2008, pp. 1066–74.
Il capitalismo capovolto, in Global Competition, 15, 2008, pp. 11-18.
Le riforme degli USA e il socialismo riluttante, in Global Competition, 21, 2009, pp. 10-17.
The crisis: how we got in it and how (perhaps) we can get out, in Economia Internazionale/International Economics, vol. LXVI, num. 2, May 2013, pp. 195-208.




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