Michele Mancini

Economist, Bank of Italy and ECB

Michele Mancini is an Economist in the Emerging Markets and World Trade Division at the Bank of Italy, currently on leave at the ECB. His research primarily focuses on global value chains, in particular on the accounting of trade in value-added and the assessment of countries’ participation in global production sharing. He has also worked on the analysis of the cyclical and structural causes of the global trade slowdown, the effects of FDI on firm-level productivity, the political economy of economic integration. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Sapienza University of Rome.

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