Pierluigi Montalbano

Jean Monnet Chair Holder "Rethinking EU Trade Policy for Development"/ REUTRADE

Director of MPhil "Migration and Development"

Department of Economics and Social Sciences, 

Sapienza University of Rome

P.le A. Moro, 5 -  00185 Rome (Italy)

Former Building of Political Sciences, 1st floor, room # 26 

Tel.: +39-06-49910739  (internal: 2-0739)

Fax: +39-06-49690326

E-mail: pierluigi.montalbano@uniroma1.it

Department of Economics
University of Sussex (UK)
Post:Associate Faculty (Economics)
Location:ARTS E E510

Telephone numbers
UK:01273 678569
International:+44 1273 678569

Pierluigi Montalbano is Associate Professor of International Economic Policy at Sapienza University of Rome (IT) and Associate Faculty at Department of Economics, University of Sussex (UK). Chair Holder of the Jean Monnet Chair on "Rethinking EU Trade Policy for Development". He is CRUI Representative in the National Development Cooperation Council - Group 1 "Agenda 2030 for sustainable development, policy consistency, impact and evaluation" and Sapienza  Representative for MoU Sapienza/FAO; Director of MSc on "Migration and Development", Sapienza University of Rome (IT); Member of the Governing Body of the Sapienza School in Politica Sciences; Sociology and Communication; Member of Governing Body of the Doctoral School in Economics, Sapienza-University of Rome; Member of the Scientific Board of the Journal "Economia della Cultura" (ISSN 1122-7885). Member of the Italian Center for International Development (ICID), University of Tor Vergata (IT) and Member of the Centro Ricerche Economiche e Sociali Rossi-Doria, University of Roma Tre (IT).  

He is author and co-author of several, national and international articles and scientific publications and invited speakers at several national and international conferences and seminars. 
He has consultant experience, both as project leader and senior expert, with several national and international institutions, including the Italian Government; the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the European Commission; the European Economic and Social Committee; The World Bank; The International Development Bank; the FAO; the Global Development Network; the OECD-DAC, etc

His research interests lie at the crossover between International Economics and Development. The most recent research activities include: i) the empirical and theoretical analysis of the main determinants of macroeconomic and microeconomic instability with particular attention to developing economies; ii) the empirical analysis of the effects of global value chains and multilateral and regional trade integration, with particular attention to emerging economies;  iii) the theoretical and applied nexus between culture/creativity and local development.