• Prof. Gianni Toniolo (Duke Universt├Čity and LUISS) joins HHB Advisory Board

    Aug. 14, 2014

    HHB is delighted to announce that Gianni Toniolo - Research Professor of Economics at Duke University and Professor of History of Globalization at LUISS, Rome - has joined the Advisory Board of the HHB Project.

    Professor Toniolo specializes in the field of European economic history in the 19th and 20th Centuries. He is interested in exploring European economic growth, international monetary cooperation, financial history and distribution of welfare and income over the last two centuries. His latest projects include the titles, “A Benevolent Industrial Revolution?” and “The Gold Standard: Commit or Shadow?”. Professor Toniolo is currently continuing his research on the study of industrialization during the “first globalization,” European economic development from 1800-present, post-unification Italy, and the general history of money, central banking, and financial markets and institutions.

    Gianni Toniolo was previously an economics professor at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" (1996-2007) and at the University of Venice (1986-1996).

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