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Andrea Goldstein

Andrea Goldstein

Économiste, DG recherche de Nomisma, Adjunct Professor, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - Catholic University of Milan

Andrea E. Goldstein a une carrière de 23 ans dans la gouvernance mondiale, plus récemment à la Division de l'investissement de l'OCDE en charge des relations mondiales. Il était auparavant Directeur adjoint du Bureau sous-régional pour l'Asie de l'Est et du Nord-Est de l'UNESCAP à Incheon (Séoul) et du Processus de l'Heiligendamm L'Aquila (le dialogue politique G8-G5) Du Centre et de l'Economie et du Groupe de la Banque mondiale. Depuis octobre 2015, il est directeur général pour la recherche sur les politiques et la sensibilisation à Nomisma.

Andrea E. Goldstein has a 23-year career in global governance, most recently at the OECD Investment Division in charge of Global Relations. He was previously Deputy Director of the UNESCAP Subregional Office for East and North-East Asia in Incheon (Seoul) and of the Heiligendamm L’Aquila Process (the G8-G5 political dialogue) Support Unit, as well as Senior Economist with the OECD Development Centre and Economics Department and the World Bank Group. Since October 2015, he is Managing Director for policy research and outreach at Nomisma.
Andrea has published widely on emerging economies, his most recent books are L’économie des BRIC (La Découverte 2013) and Il miracolo coreano (il Mulino 2013). He also authored 40 articles in refereed journals and newspapers, and has a regular column on Il Sole 24 Ore.
Andrea is an Adjunct Professor at the Catholic University in Milan. He is also President of the Bocconi Alumni Association, Paris Chapter and participates in the activities of Aspen Italia.

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