Giuseppe Daluiso, an Italian citizen, holds a Master degree in Economics and Social Sciences at Bocconi University in Milan and a Master Joint degree in Economic Research at Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL). He obtained a Bachelor degree in Economics at Bocconi University, with a thesis on trust in the European national political systems. During his studies, he spent a semester at University of Wisconsin-Madison in USA focusing on Banking and Corporate Finance.
His previous work experiences include an internship as junior analyst at the hedge fund Kairos Partners in London. Prior to joining Bruegel, he was a trainee at DG ECFIN in the Unit on G20, IMF and G-group countries of the European Commission.
Giuseppe's research interests include Macroeconomics and Growth Theory, as well as Finance and Financial regulation. He is fluent in English and Italian and has a good knowledge of French and Spanish.
The creation of a monetary union has allowed wholesale banking in Europe to become increasingly integrated, until the financial crisis reversed the tr
The short answer is a hesitant yes, bordering with a timid no.
What’s at stake: The latest unemployment figures for the 15 to 24 years old age group have made big waves in the media and made European policyma
The short answer is: somewhat positive. The longer, but still broad-brush, answer starts from noting that two important documents have been issue