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IUC President

Edoardo Reviglio

Edoardo Reviglio

Edoardo Reviglio is currently a Senior Research Visiting Scholar at the Yale University Law School. He is an academic and a civil servant, having been for long years Chief Economist of the CDP Group, the major Italian government investment bank and sovereign wealth fund.  He has been in the Council of Economic Advisors to the Italian Treasury for many years, and an advisor to several Italian Finance Ministers.

Edoardo has been Special Rapporteur of the so-called Prodi Report on Social Infrastructure in Europe, promoted by the European Commission and the Association of Public Banks; Scientific Secretary of the Civil Code Reform Commission on Public Goods (Commissione Rodotà); Head of the Research Department of IRI (Istituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale), one of the largest industrial and financial conglomerates in the world, which was privatized in the 1990s. 

Edoardo received his BA, Summa Cum Laude, from Yale College, and was then a Research Fellow at the "Mathematical Center Vito Volterra" at the University of Rome Tor-Vergata; Special Student at the Yale University Mathematical Department; Research Associate at Imperial College Mathematical Department. He is currently a faculty member of the International University College of Turin and Adjunct Professor at LUISS Guido Carli University. His fields of research include: mathematical foundations of economics; finance and banking; law and economics; public finance; international economics; and economic history.

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