Research Director, International Economics
Paola Subacchi
Contact information
+44 20 7314 3640

Summary

Paola Subacchi is director of the International Economics Department at Chatham House. She is an expert on the functioning and governance of the international financial and monetary systems, and advises governments, international organizations, non-profits, and corporations.

She is the author of several books, reports and articles, a media commentator with the BBC, CCTV, Project Syndicate and the Financial Times, and writes a regular column for Foreign Policy and Huffington Post Italy. Her forthcoming book, The People's Money: How China is Building a Global Currency, will be published by Columbia University Press.

Paola is also a visiting professor at the University of Bologna, a non-executive director of the FTSE-listed company Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Plc, a governor of St Marylebone School in London and an advisory member of Wilton Park.

An Italian national, she studied at Università Bocconi in Milan and at the University of Oxford.

Expertise

  • International Monetary System
  • Global Financial Imbalances
  • International Capital Flows
  • International Financial Centres
  • Ageing and Pensions

Experience

2008 - dateResearch Director, International Economics, Chatham House 
2004-08Head, International Economics Programme, Chatham House
2001 - dateConsultant, Economist Intelligence Unit
2001-04European Economist, Oxford Economic Forecasting
1999-2000Consultant, Bloomberg LP
1997-98Senior European Economist, Greenwich NatWest
1994-96Senior Fellow, Department of Economics, Bocconi University, Milan
1991-94Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Economics, Bocconi University, Milan

Broadcast experience

Extensive

Languages

  • Italian, French, Spanish (not for broadcast)