Armando Rungi

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Armando Rungi


Armando Rungi, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in Industrial Organization and International trade at IMT Lucca, working for the research unit AXES (Analysis of Complex Economic Systems), and an affiliate researcher at Bocconi University - ISLA in Milan. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor under the Marie Curie Programme for Experienced Researcher, at the University of Warsaw. He has been an Economic Affairs consultant for the United Nations (UNCTAD). He has been a visiting researcher at the OECD, at the Bank of France and at the CEPII (Centre d’Études Prospectives et d’Informations Internationales) in Paris. He has worked as an associate researcher for FEEM (Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei). He has been a visiting lecturer in 'Economics of Globalization' at the University of Sciences Po in Paris.


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Digital disruption and manufacturing transformation: an Italian case study

An issue of paramount importance for the future of the Italian economy is the long-term resilience of manufacturing – in particular in the regions of the North-West (the primary locus of the country’s early industrialization) and North-East (the primary locus of industrialization in the 1980s and 1990s). These areas comprise Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna and “Triveneto” – i.e...