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Vera Negri Zamagni

Senior Adjunct Professor of International Economics

About

Professor of Economic History, University of Bologna. Former Vice President of the Emilia-Romagna regional government; co-founder (and co-editor, 1997-2001) of the European Review of Economic History; Scientific Board Member, il Mulino; former Secretary General of the Italian Economic History Society; Trustee of the Bologna branch of the Bank of Italy; Doctor Honoris Causa, Umeå University, Sweden (2001); Laurea in history and philosophy, Catholic University of Milan; PhD, Economic History, University of Oxford.

Publications: The Italian Economy, Agenda Publishing (2018) (Italian version, L'economia italiana nell'età della globalizzazione, Il Mulino, 2018); Per una storia della retribuzione, co-authored, Il Mulino (2018); An Economic History of Europe Since 1700 (2017); Una Storia Globale - Storia, Economia e Società, co-author Mondadori Educational (2015); Family Life and Work Life: Opposition or Harmony?, co-author (2012); Cooperative Enterprise: facing the challenge of globalization, co-authored with Stefano Zamagni (2010); L'industria chimica italiana e l'IMI (2010); Finmeccanica (2009); L'Istituto Mobiliare Italiano. 1931-1998, co-author (2009); La cooperazione, co-author (2008); Introduzione alla storia economica d'Italia, (2007); The Global Chemical Industry in the Age of the Petrochemical Revolution, co-author (2006); Italcementi. Dalla leadership nazionale all'internazionalizzazione (2005); La cooperazione di consumo in Italia, co-author (2004); "Evolution of the Economy," in Italy since 1945 (ed. by P. McCarthy) (2000); "Italy," in Western Europe: economic and social change since 1945 (1999); The Economic History of Italy 1860-1990 (1993); contributor to various professional publications, including the Banca d'Italia Centennial Series; author of several books and articles in academic journals on European economic history.
 

Expertise

Regions

  • Europe
  • Italy
  • Western Europe

Topics

  • Economics
  • European Union and Transatlantic Relations

Languages

  • French
  • Italian