Stefano Micossi is a member of the Board of Directors of Cir (since 2009) and memeber of the Board of Directors (and control committee) of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro - BNP Paribas (since 2006), of the board of directors and executive committee of European Issuers, the European Association of Listed Companies (since 2009), of the board of directors of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels (since 2005), of the corporate governance committee of Borsa Italiana.
He is also a member and coordinator of the scientific committee of Confindustria (since 2008), chairman of the scientific committee of the School of European Political Economy (SEP) of Luiss (since 2013) and member of the board and treasurer of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation in Brussels (since 2003).
He is a founding partner and member of EuropEos, an association of significant figures from academia, institutions and journalism created in 2003 to contribute to the construction of Europe.
Author of numerous publications in national and international journals on macroeconomics, international economics and European political and economic affairs.
Author of influential Policy Briefs for CEPS and Vox-Eu and editorial commentaries for Il Sole 24 Ore, La Stampa, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, LaVoce and Project Syndicate and La Repubblica - Affari e Finanza
Co-author of three influential publications on the financial crisis, "Keep it simple: Policy responses to the financial crisis" (with Carmine Di Noia, Assonime and CEPS, March 2009), "Overcoming too big to fail - A regulatory framework to limit moral hazard and free riding in the financial sector" (with Jacopo Carmassi and Elisabetta Luchetti, Assonime and CEPS, March 2010), "Time to set banking regulation right" (with Jacopo Carmassi), CEPS, March 2012