Giorgio Bellettini is Full Professor of Economics at the University of Bologna. His main research interests are in international macroeconomics and political economy with a focus on economic growth and voting. He has published several articles on leading international journals such as American Journal of Political Science, European Economic Review, European Journal of Political Economy, Journal of the European Economic Association, Review of Economic Dynamics Review of Economic Studies. He was a visiting Professor at the Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan, l’Univeristè Cergy-Pontoise, at the Carlo Alberto College Turin, and at the University of Evry. He served as Head of the Department of Economics of the University of Bologna from 2015 to 2021 and was a member of the Acadamic Senate of the same University from 2015 to 2018. He is a research fellow at the Center for Economic Studies and the Ifo Institute for Economic Research (CESifo) at Munich. He holds a Phd in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
INSPIRATIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL SESSIONS – The world we live in is an interconnected one in which something that happens thousands of miles away can affect markets at home and those in the rest of the world. The global market offers enormous opportunities to managers but also exposes them to a greater number of risks and challenges. The sessions aim to discuss the GBE in which companies operate and in which managers find themselves making their own strategic decisions, analyzing in particular the impact and the effects of trade and capital flows at the international level.Executive MBA
This course examines macroeconomics in open economies that are linked by trade, capital flows, and monetary policies. The goal is to provide a framework for understanding current events affecting the world economy. The participants acquire the analytical tools needed to examine the financial performance of economies, balance of payments problems and policy, the causes and consequences of exchange rate movements and the implications of macroeconomic relationships between countries.Food and Wine
The course deals with monetary and macroeconomic relations between countries. Specifically, it covers topics such as the foreign exchange market, the causes and consequences of exchange rate movements, the implications of macroeconomic linkages between countries, costs and benefits of the European Monetary Union.Design, Fashion and Luxury Goods