Simone Romano

Economist at office of the Chief Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)


Simone Romano is Economist at the OECD, in the office of the Chief Economist. Previously, he worked as senior advisor to the G7/G20 Sherpa Unit at the Office of the Italian Prime Minister. Before that, he worked as researcher and lecturer at both the University of Roma Tre and the Freie Universitat in Berlin. He worked also with the former Italian Minister of Finance Fabrizio Saccomanni at the International Affairs Institute. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Roma Tre and a MSc in Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.

Policy Briefs

G7 Germany 2022

Keeping the World Economy on Track: Dealing with the Short-Term Emergency and Pursuing Longer-Term Objectives

Paola Subacchi (Queen Mary University of London), David Vines (Economics Department and Balliol College, University of Oxford ), John Beirne (Asian Development Bank Institute), Andy Filardo (Hoover Institution, Stanford University), Mei Lin Fung (People-Centered Internet), Alicia García Herrero (Bruegel), Simone Romano (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)), Mina Toksoz (Alliance Manchester Business School ), Paul van den Noord (University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam Centre for European Studies (ACES))

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