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Giuseppe Tullio Edit Profile

economist , researcher

Giuseppe Tullio, Italian economist, researcher.

Background

Tullio, Giuseppe was born on March 30, 1948 in Rome. Son of Pietro Tullio and Elisabetta De Vecchis.

Education

Laurea in Statistics, University Rome, 1970. Master of Arts in Economics, University Chicago, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Chicago, 1977.

Career

Economist Banca d'Italia, Rome, 1974-1977, deputy director research, 1988-1989. Economist International Monetary Fund, Washington, 1978-1980. Economic advisor Ministry of the Budget, Rome, 1981-1983, European Commission, Brussels, 1984-1987.

Professor economics University Cagliari, Italy, 1990-1994, University Brescia, Italy, since 1995. Economic advisory Russian Government, Moscow, 1996-1998. Lecturer Luiss University, Rome, 1981-1983.

Visiting fellow Institute International Economic Studies University Stockholm, 1983-1984. Visiting professor University Berlin, 1991, Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, 1993, University Campinas, Brazil, 1995, University La Plata, Argentina, 1996, University Paris, 1999.

Achievements

  • Avocations: traveling, history and political science, restoring family-owned medieval towers in central Italy.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: traveling, history and political science, restoring family-owned medieval towers in central Italy.

Connections

Married Dominique Marie Korsmeier, November 15, 1975 (divorced 1986).

father:
Pietro Tullio

mother:
Elisabetta De Vecchis

spouse:
Dominique Marie Korsmeier