Veronica De Romanis
Professor in Economics
Luiss (Rome) and Stanford University (Florence)
Veronica De Romanis studied economics at La Sapienza University in Rome and Columbia University in New York.
She was a Member of the Council of Economic Advisors at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, for over ten years, focusing on macroeconomics and public finance. She was also in charge of the interaction with Eurostat, the European Commission, OECD and the IMF.
She currently lectures on European economic policy issues at Stanford University (The Breyer Center for Overseas Studies) in Florence and at Libera Università degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (LUISS) in Rome (Department of Political Science and MBA Program).
She is a Member of the “Osservatorio per i Conti Pubblici” in the Cattolica University in Milan. She is an Independent Director of the Board and Member of the Compensation and Risks Committees of Cementir Holding (Rome).
She is a Member of the International Committee of the Board of WE Women Empower the World and she is in the listing of “100esperte.it”. In July 2019, she was awarded with the Prize Profilo Donna.