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Lawrence Bartolomucci
Lawrence Bartolomucci
Nationality: Italian
Via Principe Umberto, 28, 00185, Rome, Italy
Mobile: +(39)3492903976 Home: +(39) 0645494283
e-mail: [email protected]
Work experience
Jan. 2014 - present. British Embassy Rome, Italy
EU/Economic Officer. Supervisor: Steve Cook.
Working under the direction of the Head of the EU/Economic team during the Italian EU Presidency. Main tasks:
- Providing expert advice on economic developments in Italy to UK Ministers and senior ofcials, Monitoring, analysing and
delivering reports on economic developments in Italy; responding to specifc requests for relevant information from the Prime
Minister’s Ofce; HM Treasury; Business Ministry; the Foreign and Commonwealth Ofce (FCO) and the Bank of England.
- Delivering reporting on a range of economic issues, such as the growth agenda in the EU and Italy, competitiveness,
structural reforms, taxation/spending, digital agenda and trade policies.
- Contributing to enhancing the Embassy’s outreach and public diplomacy profle, Organising ministerial and senior ofcial
June 2013 - Nov.2013. IFAD, International Fund for Agricultural Development UN, Rome, Italy
Consultant. Policy and Technical Advisory Division (PTA). Supervisors: Ivan Cossio Cortez, Carlo Bravi, Eloisa de Villalobos
- Implemented feasibility studies, cost beneft analysis and poverty assessment of the Dom Helder Camara Project in Brazil
and the Kenya Cereal Enhancement Initiative.
- Defnined the ex-post cost beneft analysis of the Community Agricultural Infrastructure Improvement Project in Uganda.
- Implemented several project technical reviews on Economic and Financial Analysis (EFA).
- Provided technical support to Country Programme Managers and their design teams on all aspect related to the Economic
and Financial Analysis as on the analysis on the international economic context.
Sept. 2012-Nov. 2013. Italian Democratic Party, Rome, Italy.
Researcher. Economic and Labour Department. Supervisors: Stefano Fassina, Matteo Colaninno
- Conducted research oriented on the evaluation of economic policies at a national and European level, particularly with
regard to fscal policy, industrial policy and regional policies.
- Participated at the COMEF (Economic and Financial Commitee)’s meetings, composed by Membersn of the Government
and of the Parliament and professors of the Economic Department. Main focus of the meetings: 2013 Budget Law.
- Participated at the execution of the Department's work plans, assisting in the preparation of Parliamentarian documents
and contributing to team decisions about research directions.
- Identifed, collected and analysed economic and social data related to research programmes; ensured the validity and
reliability of data used in the research; prepared report and research papers on Italian and European economic indicators,
examining drafts of reports and other writen materials.
Jan. 2012 - Dec. 2014. John Cabot University, Rome, Italy
Lecturer. Supervisor: Mary Merva, Dean of Academic Affairs
- Organized a course in Intermediate Macroeconomics, a 45 hours summer/fall course, average number of students:19
(70% visiting students from the US). Arranged the topics thematically; prepared lecture notes, assignments, intermediate and
fnal exams; graded.
Oct. 2010 - Present. Diplomacy- Festival della Diplomazia, Rome, Italy
Member of the Organizing and the Scientific Committee. Supervisor: Nadia Donghi
- Organized more than 100 conferences, seminars and events on international relations, between diplomatic
representatives, non-governmental organizations, professors, journalists and high school and university students
- Established networks, partnerships and conventions with European Parliament, Ministry of Foreign Afairs, European
Commission, UNICEF, University of Rome, La Sapienza, University of Rome, Roma Tre, ISPI, IAI and others.
June 2010 –August 2010. UN Habitat, New York City, USA.
Intern – UN Habitat - Liaison Office - Supervisor: Yamina Djacta
Responsible for writing up documents and proposals of the Agency on urban issues, to be presented at the meetings of ECOSOC
and the General Assembly meetings. Produced regular reports for the headquarters located in Nairobi, Kenya.
Sept. 2010 - Nov. 2013 – PhD Candidate In Economic Theory and Institutions - University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.
Research areas: labour and housing markets (search models).
Sept. 2009 - Oct. 2010 – Master of Science in Urbanization and Development - London School of Economics.
Dissertation: Displacement in London 2012. Supervisor: Prof. Sharad Chari. Core course: Cost Beneft Analysis.
Sept. 2007 – July 2009 – Master in International Economics and Development - University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.
Dissertation: The urbanization in the LCDs: theory and policy implications, The Mozambique’s case. Final Mark: 110/110 cum laude.
Supervisor: Prof. Giovanni Tria. Core courses: International and Development Economics, Microeconometrics and
Macroeconometrics, Statistics.
Sept. 2004 – July 2007 – Bachelor in Economics - LUISS Guido Carli
Dissertation: The Inflation Targeting. The New Zealand’s Case. Final Mark: 110/110 cum laude. Supervisor : Prof. Giorgio Di Giorgio.
Core courses: Monetary Economics, Micro-economcs and Macroeconomic, Statistics, Econometrics, European Economy.
Grants, scholarships and awards
2012-2013 Italian Democratic Party, Scholarship “E. Tarantelli”
Conferences, Summer Schools, Exchange Programmes
- Diplomacy - Festival of Diplomacy. Commentator for the panel “Australia and the G20”. Rome (Italy). 30 October 2014.
- John Cabot University. Discussant. “What’s at stake? The 2014 European Parliament Elections”. Rome (Italy). 20 May 2014
- XXIII Economic Forum. Commentator for the panel “Optimizing Infrastructure Revenues – How to Invest and Not to
Lose?” - Krynica (Poland). 3-6 September 2013.
- Lectio Magistralis “Hosting the Olympic Games: Blessing or Curse”. JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship, Rome (Italy). 19
April 2012.
- Associazione europea di studi Internazionali (AESI), Rome - “2013 Seminari di Studi Europei preparatori alle carriere
internazionali e comunitarie” (Preparatory course for accessing EU and International careers), in collaboration with Centro Alti
Studi per la Difesa and Circolo Studi Diplomatici. Rome (Italy). March-October 2013.
- Search and Matching Annual Conference. Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz (Germany). 15---17 May 2013.
- 2012 Advanced Courses in Economics: Search Models in the Labor Market and Urban Economics.Universidad Autonoma,
Madrid (Spain). 22---25 October 2012.
- 2011 Summer School of the European Regional Science Association (ERSA): Modelling Cities and Urban Dynamics.
University of Luxembourg,4-13 July 2011.
- Exchange programme Erasmus. Universidad Pontifcia Comillas, ICADE, Madrid (Spain). Sept. 2006– Febr. 2007.
Italian: Mother tongue
English: Excellent Oral, Excellent Writing (TOEFL: 111/120)
Spanish: Fluent Oral, Fluent Writing (DELE)
French: Basic Knowledge
IT skills
Microsoft OfficeSuite: Excellent knowledge
Statistical and Econometric software: Stata, COSTAB, Maple, Matlab.
European Licence
AAVV, (2009), Economia del Wellness, Edizioni Headmaster International, Rome, pp. 19-35.
Giannini, B., Bartolomucci, L. and Tabasso, M. ( 2012), Rome International, Ed. Headmaster International, Rome.
Giannini, B., Bartolomucci, L., Di Giovanni, E. (forthcoming), Politiche europee per lo sviluppo: rigore e credibilità, AESI on-line
publications, Rome.
Member of the Italian Order of Journalists (since 2008).
Articles published on il Mondo, LaVoce.info, nelMerito.com.
November 2014
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