Graduate Institute, Geneva
Ugo Panizza is a professor of international economics and Pictet Chair in Finance and Development at the Graduate Institute, Geneva. He is also the deputy-director of the Institute’s Centre on Finance and Development. Prior to joining the Graduate Institute full-time, he was the Chief of the Debt and Finance Analysis Unit at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. He also worked in the Research Department of the Inter-American Development Bank, in the Africa Region of the World Bank, and was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics of the University of Torino and the Department of Economics of the American University of Beirut. His research interests include international finance, sovereign debt, banking, political economy, and public sector labor markets.
Articles by Ugo Panizza:
Can large primary surpluses solve Europe’s debt problem?
30 July 2014, 24897 reads
The credit cycle and LatAm vulnerabilities
2 April 2014, 10690 reads
Revisiting sovereign bankruptcy
12 November 2013, 9663 reads
Public debt and economic growth, one more time
25 April 2013, 48179 reads
Incentives for avoiding delayed sovereign defaults
3 March 2013, 7629 reads
Sovereign default and the rules of engineering
2 March 2013, 10977 reads
Is high public debt harmful for economic growth? New evidence
22 April 2012, 47386 reads
The unexplained part of public debt
17 January 2012, 16449 reads
Democracy, quality of government, and the average voter
4 June 2011, 11702 reads
Has finance gone too far?
7 April 2011, 35594 reads
What will happen if Greece defaults? Insights from theory and reality
6 May 2010, 26408 reads
Bankers' conflicts of interest in the interwar years: New lessons for today
18 April 2010, 11541 reads
Redemption or abstinence?
21 February 2010, 11039 reads
- Secular stagnation: Facts, causes, and cures – a new Vox eBookTeulings, Baldwin
- Can large primary surpluses solve Europe’s debt problem?Eichengreen,
- The unrecognised benefits of grade inflationBoleslavsky, Cotton