Edoardo Campanella

IE University

Edoardo Campanella is an economist, writer and award-winning teacher. He currently works as senior global economist in the financial industry. He is also Future World Fellow at the Center for the Governance of Change of IE University and co-author with Marta Dassu’ of Anglo Nostalgia: the Politics of Emotion in a Fractured West (Oxford University Press and Hurst Publishers). Edoardo writes globally syndicated columns for Project Syndicate, and his writings have appeared, among the others, in Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, Survival and many more. In 2016, he was a shortlisted author for the Bracken Bower Prize, awarded by the Financial Times and McKinsey for promising writers under the age of 35. He attended the Harvard Kennedy School on a Fulbright scholarship and was awarded Harvard’s Certificate for Teaching Excellence in the course on the future of globalisation co-taught by prof. Larry Summers and prof. Robert Lawrence. He is affiliated with the Trilateral Commission, where he sits in the board chaired by former ECB President Jean Claude Trichet, the Aspen Institute and the Council for Italy and the United States. He is currently working on a new book project titled, The Panopticon: Pandemics and the rise of the surveillance state, from the Black Death to COVID-19.