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Gianni Toniolo

CURRENT POSITIONS a) Academic Professor of Economics, Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata', Rome (Italy). Research Professor of Economics, Duke University, Durham, N.C. CURRENT POSITIONS a) Academic Professor of Economics, Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata', Rome (Italy). Research Professor of Economics, Duke University, Durham, N.C. (USA). b) Research and academic advising. Research Fellow, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London. Member, Board of Directors, Venice International University. Member, Board of Directors, Fondazione Scuola Studi Avanzati, Venice Member, Board of Trustees, European Historical Economics Society. Member, Program Committee, Mattioli Memorial Lectures (Milan, Italy) c) Non academic Executive Vice President, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Venezia, Venice. Member, Board of Directors, Sinloc S.p.A., Torino (Italy) Columnist, Il Sole 24 Ore (financial daily, Milan, Italy) d) Editorial Co-editor (with P.Ciocca and G. Federico): Rivista di Storia Economica (Il Mulino, Bologna, Italy). Co-editor (with C.Feinstein, P.O'Brien, B.Supple and P.Temin) "Cambridge Studies in Modern Economic History", Cambridge University Press Series. Co-editor (with T.Bianchi, P.Ciocca, M.Onado), "Storia di banche" (History of Banks), Laterza, Roma- Bari. Member of the editorial board: "Industrial and Corporate Change" (Oxford University Press). "European Economic History Review" (Cambridge University Press) "Journal of Modern Italian Studies" (Routledge) "Jahrbuch fur Wirtschaftsgeschichte" (Frankfurt/Main) "Revue Economies et Societès", Serie "Histoire Economique Quantitative" (CNRS, Paris) " Bulletin of Economic Research" (Blackwell) e) Honorary Member of the Academia Europaea, Cambridge, UK Senior Common Room Member , St.Antony's College, Oxford EDUCATION 1960 "Maturità classica" 1966 Laurea degree in economics ( dottore in economia e commercio) "summa cum laude" at the University of Venice Italy. Title of Dissertation: " Patterns of Growth and Italy's Economic Development,1861-1965" (supervisor: prof. Innocenzo Gasparini). 1967-68 Research Fellow, the Economic History Workshop, Harvard University (supervisor: Prof. Alexander Gerschenkron). Languages: Oral and written fluency in Italian, English and French Working knowledge of Spanish. PAST FULL-TIME ACADEMIC POSITIONS 1986 to 1996 Professor of Economics, Ca' Foscari, The University of Venice, Italy. 1987 to 1991 Head of the Economics Department, Ca'Foscari, University of Venice, Italy. 1972 to 1986 Associate Professor of Economic History, Ca'Foscari, The University of Venice, Italy. 1968 to 1972 Assistant Professor of Economics, Ca'Foscari, The University of Venice. PAST VISITING POSITIONS 1999-2001 Visiting Professor of Economic History, Free University of Bozen, Italy. 1994 Visiting Professor of Economics and International Studies, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA. 1993-94 Visiting Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford, UK. 1991 Visiting Professor of Economics, University of California at Berkeley, USA. 1983 Visiting Professor, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan. 1980 to 1990 Associate Fellow, St.Antony's College, Oxford, UK. 1977 to 1980 Senior Associate Member, St.Antony's College, Oxford, UK. 1971 to 1972 Visiting Lecturer, Istituto Adriano Olivetti's Post-Graduate Program, Ancona, Italy. 1970-71 Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, The University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, USA. PAST EDITORIAL, RESEARCH, AND CONSULTING POSITIONS 1995-1999 Project Manager and first Dean, Venice International University. 1999 Consultant, Historical Research Division, The Bank of Italy. 1994-97 President, European Association of Historical Economics. 1990-99 Member, Academic Advisory Council, European Association for Banking History, Frankfurt, Germany. 1992-93 Co-director (with N.Crafts), CEPR Research Project on "Comparative Experience of Economic Growth in Postwar Europe". 1986-93 Author and consultant, Historical Research Division, The Bank of Italy. 1990-93 Member, Co-ordinating Committee, European Science Foundation Network on the "European Economy Between the Wars". 1983 to 1990 Member, Editorial Board, Explorations in Economic History (Academic Press). 1985 to 1998 Member, Editorial Board, Revista de Historia Economica, (Alianza Editorial, Madrid). 1975 to 1980 Assistant Editor, Ricerche Economiche, (Ca'Foscari University, Venice) FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS 1967 "Stringher Scholarship" awarded by the Bank of Italy. 1978 Wolfson Foundation Fellowship. 1977 NATO Senior Fellowship. 1983 Japan Foundation Fellowship. MISCELLANEOUS a) Main Conferences Organised "Institutions and economic development in postwar advanced countries", German American Academic Council, Young Scholar Transatlantic Institute, Berlin and Palo Alto, 1998-1999 (with P. Lange, D. Sosckice, and H.Roeller). 2nd Congress European Historical Economics Society, Venice, Jan. 19-20, 1996. "Universal banking in Europe, past and future", Milan 1-2 December 1994. "The economic performance of Europe, 1945-90" (with N. Crafts), Oxford, UK, 1993. "Banking, currency and Finance in Europe between the Wars" (with C.Feinstein), Venice, Italy, 1992. "Mismatch and Labor Mobility" (CEPR, with F. Padoa Schioppa) - Venice, Italy, 1989. "Patterns of European Industrialisation: Rethinking Gerschenkron's Hypotheses" (with R.E. Sylla) - Bellagio, Italy, 1988. "Central Banks' Independence in Historical Perspective" - Venice, Italy, 1986. "Finance and Industry in the Interwar Years" - MIT, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1982. "L'economia italiana nella grande crisi, 1929-33" (The Italian Economy in the Great Depression, 1929-33) - Venice, Italy, 1977. "L'economia italiana durante il fascismo" (The Italian Economy during Fascism) - Perugia, Italy, 1975. b) Papers presented at the following Universities Berkeley, Columbia, Duke, Harvard, Michigan (Ann Harbour), MIT, North Carolina State at Raleigh, North Carolina State at Chapel Hill, Northwestern, Stanford, Yale, Washington (St.Louis), Belfast, Cambridge, Exeter, London School of Economics, Reading, Oxford, University College (London), Leuven, Bielefeld, Munich, Lund, University College ( Dublin). Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo. Johns Hopkins (Bologna Center), European University Institute, Ancona, Bocconi (Milano), Bologna, Firenze, Padova, Pavia, Roma Tor Vergata, Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa), Siena, Trento, Università Cattolica di Milano. c) Membership in professional organisations European Economic Association Società Italiana degli Economisti Società Italiana degli Storici dell'Economia Economic History Association Economic History Society Cliometric Society European Historical Economics Society