Edoardo Campanella

UniCredit Bank

Edoardo Campanella works as Eurozone economist at UniCredit Bank. Besides being a Future World Fellow at the IE, he is also a Rockefeller Fellow of the Trilateral Commission, a Junior Fellow at the Aspen Institute Italia and a Young Leader of the CONSIUSA. He previously worked for the economic research departments of the World Trade Organization, the World Economic Forum and the Italian Senate. He holds  a Master in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School, which he attended as Fulbright Scholar. While at Harvard, he worked as teaching fellow for former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers and was awarded the Certificate for Teaching Excellence – a Harvard-wide award for the best teachers of the year. Edoardo often writes about European politics and economy for Foreign Affairs, Project Syndicate and Voxeu.org. In 2015, he was a shortlisted author for the Bracken Bower Prize that is awarded by McKinsey and the Financial Times to emerging authors below the age of 35 for a book proposal on Europe’s elite brain drain. He is currently working on a book project about the rise of the Anglosphere with Marta Dassu’ to be published in 2019 by Hurst.