Associate Professor in Political Economy, Turin University.

Who is

Who is

Marco Sanfilippo holds a Phd in Development Economics at the University of Florence, and is currently an Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Turin. He is also an Associate Research Fellow with the Institute of Development Policy, University of Antwerp, the Global Governance Programme at the European University Institute and the Italian Institute of International Affairs (IAI). Previously, he has worked for the European University Institute, the Bank of Finland, and the Universities of Eastern Piedmont, Bari and Antwerp. His research interests lie at the intersection of international trade and development economics, and are currently focussed on identifying the microeconomic effects of policies on the competitiveness of private sector (firms and workers) in developing countries. He has a regional expertise on East Asia (especially China), and sub-Saharan Africa. On these issues, he regularly consults with national and international institutions, including so far UNICEF, UNIDO, UNU-Wider, the Asian Development Bank and the IMF. 

Please refer to Marco's personal webpage for an updated list of publications, ongoing research and other relevant information.

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