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Marco Annunziata's Portrait

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Marco Annunziata is the Chief Economist and Executive Director of Global Market Insight at General Electric Company, responsible for global economic, financial and market analysis to support GE’s business strategy. The author of “The Economics of the Financial Crisis: Lessons and New Threats,” published in 2011 by Palgrave MacMillan, Annunziata is a two-time winner of the Rybczynski Prize for best paper in business economics, awarded by the Society of Business Economists in London, and has co-authored three papers on the economic implications of recent technological innovations in industry: “The Future of Work” in 2014, “The Industrial Internet @ Work” in 2013 and “Industrial Internet: Pushing the Boundaries of Minds and Machines,” in 2012. He has given a TED talk on innovation and is a guest lecturer at Harvard Business School and Stanford University.

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Mr. Annunziata joined GE in January 2011 after a long experience in the financial sector, where he was most recently Chief Economist at Unicredit, and previously Chief Economist for the Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa region at Deutsche Bank in London. Prior to Deutsche Bank, he spent six years at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, where he split his time between emerging markets and advanced economies, and was involved in both regular country consultations and program loan negotiations.

Mr. Annunziata holds a PhD in Economics from Princeton University and a BA in Economics from the University of Bologna.

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