Virginia di Nino

Principal Economist, Business Cycle Analysis at European Central Bank

Virginia Di Nino is a principal economist in the Business Cycle Analysis Division since 2021. She has been working for the European Central Bank since 2016, previously holding a position in the Euro Area External Sector Division and in the International Policy Analysis Division. Before Joining the ECB, she worked at the Bank of Italy. She obtained her Ph.D. in International Trade from the Graduate Institute, Geneva. Her research interests focus on the determinants of international trade and firm performance, on countries’ external balance and international integration processes, exchange rate regime and dominant currency. Among others, she has recently written about the effects of large terms of trade shocks on households consumption and welfare in the euro area and about the consequence of EU climate policies for EU competitiveness. In her past she published on the structure and price formation in commodity markets.