Francesco Daveri is a Professor of Practice in Macroeconomics and the Director of the Full-Time MBA at the SDA Bocconi School of Management.
Before joining SDA Bocconi, he taught in various Italian and European universities including Università Cattolica (Piacenza campus), Parma, Brescia, Munich and Lugano. He has acted as a consultant for Italy’s Ministry of the Economy, the World Bank, the European Commission and the European Parliament. He has been a member and the Chairman of the Bank of Italy Committee for the granting of the "Bonaldo Stringher fellowships".
His research activities focus on the relationship between economic policies and productivity trends at the company, industry and aggregate level in Italy, Europe and the United States.
His works on these subjects have been published in such journals as Economic Policy, Oxford Economic Papers, Review of Income and Wealth, World Development, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, the Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Rivista di Politica Economica, CESifo Economic Studies. He has been a Visiting Fellow in several universities, such as Harvard, Copenhagen and the Bank of France. He is Op-Ed writer for Corriere della Sera and a member of the Editorial Board of the website LaVoce.info (of which he has been the managing editor). He is also an expert speaker in Italian and international businesses and is often a guest speaker on Tv and radio programs. He has been a member of the Sustainability Committee of Eurizon Capital and is a co-curator of the column "Italy" and team leader of Bocconi's contribution to the Transformation Maps of the World Economic Forum.
Francesco earned a degree in Economics and Social Sciences from Università Bocconi, an M.Sc. in Development Economics from Oxford University and a Ph.D. in Economics from the Università di Pavia.