Ferdinando Giugliano

Leader writer, Financial Times

Ferdinando Giugliano is a Leader Writer for the Financial Times, where he comments on economic and financial issues. He has written extensively on the eurozone crisis, international banking regulation, Britain’s fiscal and monetary policy, Japan’s “Abenomics” and China’s slowdown. For the FT he occasionally contributes to the op-ed pages and is a regular Guest Presenter for the “John Authers’ Note” video series.

Giugliano has previously worked at the economics desk of La Repubblica in Rome and has written for Prospect magazine. He is a regular commentator for the British and Italian media on the future outlook for Italy and the eurozone. Alongside John Llloyd, he has co-authored Eserciti di Carta (Feltrinelli, 2013) a hard-hitting critique of Italian journalism. Giugliano has worked as a Consultant for the Bank of Italy on its seminal project analysing the performance of the Italian economy in the 150 years since unification. He has also interned in the Brussels and London offices of Oxera, an economic consultancy, working on competition policy and financial regulation.

He has contributed extensively to reports on Italy by the Economist Intelligence Union. Giugliano received a M.Phil and a D.Phil in economics from the University of Oxford. He was a Lecturer at Pembroke College, Oxford and a Director of Studies at St Benet’s Hall, Oxford, teaching various economics and economic history courses.

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