Senior fellow of ISEA
Giovanni Tria is an economist with more than 40 years of academic and professional experience in the fields of macroeconomics, price policies, economic development policies, business cycle and growth, public investment assessment and project evaluation, role of the institutions on the process of growth, economics of crime and economics of corruption, service sector and public sector economics.
Currently he is adviser of the Italian Ministry of Economic Development in the Draghi Cabinet since March 2021 and honorary professor at University of Rome Tor Vergata where he has been full professor of Political Economy and served as Dean of the Faculty of Economics until 2018 when he was appointed Minister of Economic and Finance of Italy in the Conte I Cabinet and consequently member of the IMF Board of Governors.
His past professional and academic positions include member of the “Evaluation Team of Public Investments” at the Ministry of Budget of Italy, consultant at the World Bank and at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Directorate General for Development Cooperation), Delegate for the Italian Government at the Governing Body of International Labour Organization, Vice Chair of Committee for Information, Computer and Communication Policy (ICCP) and Member of the Innovation Strategy Expert Advisory Group at OECD.
He served as Director of Center for Economic and international Studies at University of Rome Tor Vergata and as President of Italian National School of Administration.
- “Communion – Reflections for an intraecclesial dialogue” – Miroslaw Wachowski, Giovanni Tria (by Agostino Marchetto – Angelo Federico Arcelli) – ed. ISEA – Paper n. 3, Rome, April 2022.
- “Law, regulations and economic growth: A complex relationship in China” – ed. ISEA, Rome, January 2022.
- “Da Versailles a Bretton Woods e ai giorni nostri: errori storici e modelli ancora attuali per un sistema monetario internazionale sostenibile” (with Angelo Federico Arcelli and Rainer Stefano Masera), Moneta e Credito, December 2021.
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