Under the Patronage of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Ms. Katerina Sakellaropoulou

Delphi Economic Forum IX

April 10-13, 2024

Carlo Altomonte

Carlo Altomonte

Carlo Altomonte

Associate Dean

SDA Bocconi, Italy

Carlo ALTOMONTE is Professor of Economics of European Integration at Bocconi University, and a core faculty member of SDA Bocconi School of Management, where he teaches International Business Environment within the Executive programs.
He is currently Associate Dean for Stakeholder Engagement at SDA Bocconi, a Senior Fellow of ISPI, the Italian centre of Studies on International Politics, and a Non Resident Fellow at Bruegel, a EU think tank. He has been visiting scholar at the Centre of Economic Performance of the London School of Economics and at the Research Department of the European Central Bank. He has been a visiting professor at the Paris School of Economics (Panthèon-Sorbonne, Paris, France) and KU Leuven (Belgium), and has held short teaching courses, among others, at the Wagner School of Government (NYU, New York), Keio University (Tokyo), Fudan University and CEIBS (Shanghai), SDA Bocconia Asia Center (Mumbai).
He has been regularly acting as consultant for a number of multinational corporations as well as national and international institutions, including the Italian Government, the United Nations (UNCTAD), the European Parliament, the European Commission and the European Central Bank, analysing the role of international trade and investment and their implication for competitiveness.
From February 2021 to October 2022 he has acted as Economic Advisor to the Prime Minister Office of the Italian Government, under the premiership of Mario Draghi. Since May 2023, he has been appointed by the Italian President of the Republic as Expert Counsellor to the Italian Economic and Social Committee.
His main areas of research and publication are international trade and investment, the political economy of globalization and its implication on competitiveness. He has published in several leading academic journals, among which Journal of Industrial Economics, European Economic Review, Economic Policy, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Journal of Economic Geography, Journal of International Business Studies, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. His last book (The Economics of Firms’ Productivity) has been published by Cambridge University Press in 2022.

Friday 12

  • 18.30 - 19.10

    Acting as a Pro. How Managers Should Anticipate and Respond to Geopolitical Risks

    • PEOPLE

    location_onLeto Hall | Amalia Hotel

    Programming Partner: European University Institute (EUI)

    Geopolitical risk and government intervention will be pivotal in the upcoming decades. Politics is striking back, in democratic and autocratic countries alike. To navigate this new "politicized" environment successfully, how should companies and managers identify, anticipate and deal with political uncertainty and different types of risk?