Fabrizio Carmignani

Griffith Business School Professor of Economics

Fabrizio Carmignani is Dean (Academic), a Professor of Economics in the Griffith Business School, and Vice President of the Economic Society of Australia (Queesnland). His research is in the broad field of applied macroeconomics and applied econometrics.

His recent publications are in the areas of conflict economics, tourism economics, policy modeling, spatial econometrics, and the economics of natural resources.

He was the project leader of Griffith University’s report on the economic impacts of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, prepared for the Queensland Government.

He is also a regular contributor to various media outlets, where he writes and speaks about fiscal and monetary policy issues in Australia and overseas. Between 2002 and 2009 he worked for the United Nations in various roles, including the position of First Economist in the Trade, Finance and Economic Development Division of the UN Economic Commission for Africa. Fabrizio holds a PhD from the University of Glasgow and a Research Doctorate from the Universita’ Cattolica in Milano.

Hear Fabrizio Carmignani speak at The Value of Sport: Maximising Opportunities in the Commonwealth on 6 April at Commonwealth House.

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