Lucrezia Reichlin is awarded the 2021 Serena Medal
Professor Lucrezia Reichlin FBA is awarded the 2021 Serena Medal for her outstanding work and contribution to economics and econometrics.
The Serena Medal is awarded annually by the British Academy for eminent services towards the furtherance of the study of Italian history, philosophy or music, literature, art, or economics. First awarded in 1920, it was endowed by Mr Arthur Serena after Great Britain’s alliance with Italy in the First World War.
“I am very proud to have received the Serena Medal for 2021. As an economist teaching in Britain and working on the European economy and the monetary union, receiving this prize has a particular meaning for me. The mission of the Serena award seems especially important today, after the exit of the UK from the European Union, as a way to maintain mutual understanding between the British and Italian societies alive.”
Lucrezia Reichlin is a Research Fellow in CEPR's Monetary Economics and Fluctuations (MEF) programme and a CEPR trustee. She is Professor of Economics at the London Business School, Chair of the European Corporate Governance Institute, IFRS Foundation trustee, Fellow of the British Academy and Fellow of the Econometric Society.
Lucrezia is a long-standing contributor to CEPR, including authoring a recent report on 'The ECB strategy: The 2021 review and its future', with a team of senior European economists. You can download it for free, here.
Lucrezia's CEPR Discussion Papers can be found here, including:
She has also written for VoxEU, including:
- EU economic policy and architecture after Covid: Rebooting the debate on the EU reform roadmap
- Urgent reform of the EU resolution framework is needed
Read the full statement from the British Academy here.