Lecturer in Economic Policy at the University of Udine and Visiting Fellow at the European University Institute. Formerly Economist at the European Commission’s DGECFIN; Fellow at Bruegel; Research Fellow at the International Economics Programme at Chatham House; Visiting Researcher at the Free University of Berlin and University of Auckland. PhD and MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Publications: 

  • Hallerberg, M., Marzinotto B. and Wolff, G. (forthcoming), “Explaining the evolving role of national parliaments under the European Semester”, in: Journal of European Public Policy.
  • Marzinotto, B. (2017), “Euro area macroeconomic imbalances and their asymmetric reversal: the link between financial integration and income inequality, Economia Politica 34/1.
  • Marzinotto, B. and Turrini, A. (2017), “Co-movements between public and private wages in the EU: what factors and with what policy implications?”, IZA Journal of European Labour Studies 6/2.
  • Marzinotto (2016), "United we fall: The euro area's silent balance of payment crisis in comparison with previous ones", in: Caporaso and Rhodes (eds), The Political and Economic Dynamics of the Eurozone Crisis, Oxford University Press.
  • Marzinotto (2015), "Embedded Macroeconomic Institutions: Italy's fiscal U-turn in the 1990s and beyond", in: Journal of Common Market Studies, 53/6.
  • Marzinotto, B. (2014), “EU Economic Governance and Varieties of Capitalism”, in: van Genugten and Jones (eds.), Europe Today, 5th edition, Rowman and Littlefield, New York, USA.
  • Hallerberg, Marzinotto, and Wolff (2012), "On the Effectiveness and Legitimacy of EU Policies", Bruegel Policy Brief.
  • Marzinotto, Sapir and Wolff (2011), "What Kind of Fiscal Union?", Bruegel Policy Brief.
  • Marzinotto, Pisani-Ferry, and Sapir (2010), "Two Crises, Two Responses", Bruegel Policy Brief.
  • Marzinotto (2009), "Beyond Monetary Credibility: the impact of globalization on the output-inflation trade-off in euro area countries", in: North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 20/2.