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Prof. Giancarlo Corsetti (gc422)

Giancarlo Corsetti (Ph.D. Yale, 1992) is Professor of Macroeconomics at Cambridge University. He has previously taught at the European University Institute in Florence, as Pierre Werner Chair, the University of Rome III, Yale and Bologna.

He is a leading scholar in international economics and open macro with pioneering contributions on currency, financial and sovereign crises, monetary and fiscal policy in open economy, and global imbalances. His articles have appeared in the American Economic Review, Journal of Monetary Economics, Quarterly Journal of Economics, and the Review of Economic Studies. He has been a long-serving co-editor of the Journal of International Economics.

He is the director of the International Macroeconomic Programme at Centre for Economic Policy Research, and a consultant at the European Central Bank and the Bank of England. He is a member of Council of the European Economic Association, for which he has served as Program Chairman of the 2007 Annual Congress in Budapest. For more information on his research visit


Prof. Coen Teulings (cnt23)

University of Cambridge and CEPR

Coen Teulings (1958) is professor of Economics at the University of Cambridge and part-time Professor of Economics at the University of Amsterdam. He served 7 years as president of CPB, the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis, the influential ‘Financial Thinktank of the Dutch Government’ that decides on what is affordable in The Hague or not and that does the evaluation of platforms of political parties prior to general elections.  Previously, he was CEO of SEO Economic Research in Amsterdam from 2004 until 2006, Professor of Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and director of the Tinbergen Institute from 1998 until 2004.

He became Master of Economics cum laude at the University of Amsterdam in 1985 and in 1990 he got his PhD. His main publications are in the field of labour economics (minimum wages, returns to education and income inequality, job search, marriage markets in cities, and recently on returns to seniority in Econometrica).

Beside his main job, he was a member of the REA, an independent Council of Economic Advisors for the House of Commons and he chaired several committees, e.g. the committee that framed the new examination high school program economics. He is member of a number of supervisory boards and he recently joined the Advisory Panel of the OBR.

He writes a bi-weekly column in the NRC Handelsblad.