Gabriele Giudice

Head of the unit for Croatia and Spain, European Commission (Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs)

Gabriele Giudice is Head of the unit for Croatia and Spain at the European Commission (Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs). Since he joined the Commission in 1994, he has worked, among others, on the design and implementation of the Economic and Monetary Union, its fiscal rules, economic policy coordination, policy analysis and the surveillance of EU Member states. Until July 2020, he headed the unit working on EMU Deepening and the Macroeconomy of the Euro Area. Previously, he was EU Deputy Mission Chief for the financial assistance programme for Greece, and EU Mission Chief for the programme for Latvia, and headed the units carrying out the surveillance of Greece, the UK, Sweden and the Baltic countries. Between 2004 and 2008 he was member of the Cabinet of the Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, JoaquÌn Almunia. He was educated at Bocconi University and the Institute for International Political Studies, Milan.

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