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Francesca Fauri

Associate Professor

Department of Economics

Academic discipline: SECS-P/12 Economic History

Curriculum vitae

After graduating at the University of Florence (110/110 cum laude), I earned a master in International Affairs at the Johns Hopkins University (A-) and PHD in Historia et Humanitate at the European University Institute (1994). I have worked since then as a teaching assistant at the  Faculty of Economics in Forlì and Rimini, won a two-year research contract at the Business History Unit of the London School of Economics and a post-doctoral fellowship at the Faculty of Economics in Bologna. I'm associate professor of Economic History and vice-president of the Scientific Committee of the Europe Direct/Punto Europa in Forlì. In August 2016 I won a EU  Jean Monnet Chair and the relative grant financing a research project on the economic history of migration. I also won a FARB project at the University of Bologna. My current research interests include European economic integration issues, a study on Chinese immigrant entrepreneurs and a research on the effects of decolonization on Italian workers in Tunisia.