Bruno Sergi
Bruno S. Sergi, PhD, teaches “International Economics” and “International Political Economy and Finance” at the University of Messina. 

He is an instructor of “The Economics of Emerging Markets—Asia and Eastern Europe” and “Political Economy of Russia and China” at Harvard University. He serves as Center Associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University. Sergi is an economic expert to the European Trade Union Institute in Brussels, a Fellow of the Lab-Center for Competitiveness at Grenoble School of Management, and he is a member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for EMEA Banking, Finance and Economics at the London Metropolitan Business School. In addition, at the European Trade Union Institute in Brussels Sergi coordinates two networks of trade-union economic experts: the Southeast Europe Trade Union Economic Experts’ Network and the Eastern Europe Trade Union Economic Experts’ Network, both of which are under the framework of the Pan-European Regional Council of the International Trade Union Confederation. He has been adjunct professor, visiting professor, fellow or researcher at Harvard University, New York University, the IMF, CERC-University of Melbourne, the University of Latvia, Prague International Business School, City University (Slovakia), ISM University of Management and Economics (Lithuania), Warsaw School of Economics, University “Aleksandлr Moisiu” (Albania), several central banks in Europe, and the European Trade Union Institute in Brussels.

He has been an Honorary Fellow of the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne (2010- 2011). Sergi is author and editor of books on transition economics, international macroeconomics, and global business. Some include Economic Dynamics in Transitional Economies (Routledge 2003); Global Business Management (Ashgate 2007); The Political Economy of Southeast Europe from the 1990 to the Present (Continuum 2008); and Misinterpreting Modern Russia: Western Views of Putin and His Presidency (Continuum 2009). Sergi’s work has appeared in quality international journals such as Global Economy Journal; Journal of Post Keynesian Economics; Global Economic Review; Problems of Post-Communism; Russian and East European Finance and Trade; Frontiers of Economics in China; Transition Studies Review; Йconomie Appliquйe; Eastern European Economics and many others. His primary research interest is international macroeconomics and the political economy of transition countries. He is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Trade and Global Markets; International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies and International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance.