Edoardo Reviglio is an IUC Faculty Member and a Professor of Finance and Banking and of International Economics at the University of Reggio Calabria.
Edoardo Reviglio, Chief Economist and Head of Research and Strategy and of International Relations at "Cassa depositi e prestiti", Ministry of Economy and Finance (Rome), is the General Secretary of the Commission to reform the Public Property section of the Italian Civil Code, and a founding member of the Club of Long Term Investors, Paris (OECD, EIB, KFW, CDC and CDP). In the past he has covered various positions in the public sector, including: Chief Economist and Head of the Research Department at IRI (2000-2001); Member of the Council of Economic Advisers to the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance (2001-2003); Head of Strategy and Research at Patrimonio dello Stato, Ministry of Economy and Finance (2003-2007).
Prof. Reviglio received his BA, Summa Cum Laude, from Yale College; was Research Fellow at the Mathematical Center V. Volterra (Università di Roma Tor Vergata, 1988-90); visiting Scholar at Yale University (Department of Mathematics, 1990-1992); Post Doctoral Fellow and Research Associate at the Imperial College, University of London (1992-1994). Among his books: Assetti proprietari e mercati finanziari europei (with G.M. Gros-Pietro and A. Torrisi, Il Mulino, 2001), Privatization in Europe. A Brief History of European Capitalism in the XX Century (Edindustria, 2002), and Invertire la rotta. Idee per una riforma della proprietà pubblica (with U. Mattei and S. Rodotà, Il Mulino 2007); I beni pubblici. Dal governo democratico dell'economia alla riforma di Codice civile (with U. Mattei and S. Rodotà , Accademia dei Lincei, Edizione Bardi 2009); La finanza locale nello scenario globale (Il Sole 24-Ore, 2009); Long Term Investments. The European Answer to the Crisis. Towards a New Policy of Value Creation for Future Generations: The "Marguerite" Network (with F. Bassanini, Paris Conference for Long Term Value & Economic Stability, 2009).