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The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Scholar Profile | Stefano Zamagni

Stefano Zamagni
Vice Director for Italian Affairs, SAIS Europe; Senior Adjunct Professor of International Economics
Professor of economics and former dean of the economics faculty, University of Bologna

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Geographic Areas
Argentina
Europe
Italy
Latin America
Western Europe

Issues
Economics
European Union and Transatlantic Relations

Languages
French
Italian
Spanish

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Background and Education
Member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, Vatican City; Presidente Onorario, Fondazione Italia per il Dono (Milano); member of the board of LUMSA Università, Rome; member of the scientific board of the doctoral program in economics at the Catholic University of Argentina; international adviser to DISCERN (Institute for Research of the Sign of the Times); former member of the scientific committee, Ente L. Einaudi of the Bank of Italy; co-editor of Economia Politica, a quarterly review published by Il Mulino; editor, Areté, a quarterly review published by Maggioli; member of the editorial boards of Sociologia, Rome, Migration Studies, Rome, and Diritti umani e diritto internazionale, Napoli; associate editor, International Review of Economics; fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences; fellow of the Academy of Sciences of Bologna and Milan; member of the academic committee of the Human Development, Capability and Poverty International Research Center at Harvard University; president of Agenzia per le ONLUS (Italian Charity Commission); Member of the Advisory Board, European Spes Institute, Leuven; Doctor honoris causa from Charles University, Prague (2012); "Cardinal Raúl Silva Henríquez" Medal, Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Santiago Chile (2011); 3rd annual Premio Sentinella del Creato (2011); Honorary Degree in economics, The University of Cordoba, Argentina (2014), Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Madrid (2010), and Catholic University Argentina, Buenos Aires; 18th annual Premio Internazionale per il Dialogo Fra I Popoli e Le Loro Culture; Laurea, economics, Catholic University of Milan.

Publications
Banche di comunità. Cambiare senza tradire (2018); Economia é cooperazione, with L. Bruni (2017); Prudenza (2015); L' economia civile, with L. Bruni (2015); Mercato (2014); Handbook on the Economics of Reciprocity and Social Enterprise, with L. Bruni (2013); Impresa responsabile e mercato civile (2013); Famiglia e lavoro, with V. Zamagni (2012); Per un'economia a misura di persona (2012); Libro Bianco sul Terzo Settore (2011); Microeconomia: scelte, relazioni, economia civile, with L. Becchetti and L. Bruni; (2010); Dizionario di Economia Civile, with L. Bruni (2010); Cooperative Enterprise: Facing the Challenge of Globalization, with V. Zamagni (2010); Microeconomics, co-author (2010); Avarizia: La passione dell’avere (2009); La cooperazione with V. Zamagni (2008); Markets, Money and Capital: Hicksian Economics for the Twenty-First Century, co-editor (2008); The Cooperative Enterprise, co-author (2008); Civil Economy, co-author (2007) (translated into German, Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Korean, and Italian); L’economia del bene comune (2007); History of Economic Thought, co-author (2005, 2nd edition; translated into Greek and Spanish); Verso una nuova teoria economica della cooperazione, co-author (2005); Economics: A European Text, co-author (2002); author of numerous books and journal articles on welfare economics, theory of consumer behavior, social choice theory, economic epistemology, ethics, history of economic thought and civil economy

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