Pier Carlo PADOAN

Pier Carlo Padoan is Professor at the Sapienza University of Rome, and at the College of Bruges, and ULB in Belgium. He served as Director of the International Monetary Fund for Italy (2001-2005), Deputy Secretary General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development – OECD (2007-2014), and Minister of Economy and Finance for Italy (2014-2018). Padoan coordinated the ‘Lisbon Agenda’ for the Italian government in 2000. His books include ‘The Structural Foundations of International Finance’ (Edward Elgar 2003).

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Reforming multilateralism in post-COVID times

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EU’s future and the sovereign option

The European project is facing the challenge of a sovereign approach to problem solving.