Fabio Sdogati is Professor of International Economics (retired) at Politecnico di Milano. He holds a BSc from the University of Roma, a MS and a Ph.D. (Economics) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA). He has been a Jean Monnet Post-Doctoral Fellow at the European University Institute and Associate Professor of Monetary Economics at the University of Parma. He acknowledges research support from the European Commission, the Italian National Research Council, the Miles Foundation, the Italian Ministry for University and Scientific Research. Currently he is Professor of International Economics and Director of Educational Public Programs at MIP Politecnico di Milano School of Business.
PHD: Economics, University of Wisconsis-Madison. Political Sciences, Sapienza di Roma.
Master of Science: Economics, University of Wisconsis-Madison.
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His research interest range from the effects of exchange rate fluctuations on international competitiveness of firms, to the effects of international fragmentation of production on comparative advantages. He has also worked on the implications of the EU enlargment to Central-Eastern Europe and the theory of international reserve currency.