After several years of institutional adaptation triggered by the sovereign debt crisis, and a total amount of disbursement of more than 230bn euro, Greece is in the spotlight once again. Compliance with the next debt maturity – 6bn EUR owed to the ECB by summer, which will entirely absorb the primary surplus of 2014 – […]
Marco Giuli has been a Research Fellow at the Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation since October 2008 and covers research and events related to the Empowering Europe and Challenging Citizens programmes. His research interests include EU economic policy, financial market regulation, the internal market and energy markets and security. Marco Giuli holds a BA in International Relations from the University of Rome (Sapienza) and earned an MA degree in the Economics of European Integration. Prior to joining the Foundation, he worked as a trainee for the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade in Moscow and as a Visiting Researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels.