Claire Giordano

Economist, DG Economics at European Central Bank

Claire Giordano earned her Master’s degree in Economics-Quantitative Methods at the University of Rome Tor Vergata in 2008. Since then she has worked as an Economist at DG Economics, Statistics and Research of the Bank of Italy (Economic and Financial History Division and Economic Outlook Division) and is currently employed as an Economist in the Convergence and Competitiveness Division in DG Economics at the European Central Bank. Her research topics are: productivity and economic growth, trade and competitiveness, economic and financial history. Her selected peer-reviewed publications are: “Shedding Light on Price- and Non-price-competitiveness Determinants of Foreign Trade in the Four Largest Euro-area Countries” with F. Zollino, 2016, Review of International Economics, Wiley Online Library; "A tale of two Fascisms: Labour productivity growth and competition policy in Italy, 1911–1951" with F. Giugliano, 2015, Explorations in Economic History, Elsevier; “The Italian industrial Great Depression: Fascist wage and price policies with G. Piga and G. Trovato, 2013”, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Cambridge University Press; “Productivity” with S. Broadberry and F. Zollino, in Toniolo, G. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy since 1861, 2012, Oxford University Press.