The Global and European Economic Outlook – What Next?
The world and Europe are recovering from the severe recession induced by Covid-19. Output will be lower than it would otherwise have been, long supply chains, international business travel and world trade more generally will be growing more slowly while the opposite will be true for re-sourcing, work from home and digitalization.
Educated in Italy and at the Universities of London (LSE), Paris and Oxford. From 1966 to 1977 at the OECD’s Department of Economics and Statistics. In 1973-74 Japan Foundation Fellow at the Research Institute of the Economic Planning Agency, Tokyo. From 1977 to 2007, Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Magdalen College, University of Oxford. Since 2008 Emeritus Fellow.
At various stages, consultant to the World Bank, the OECD and member of the Academic Council of the IFO Institute, Munich, as well as Visiting Professor in various European universities. Has been a Member of the Board of Finmeccanica and is a Director of Oxford Economics.