Bruno S. Sergi, PhD

Professor of International Economics, University of Messina and Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University

Bruno S. Sergi teaches at the Harvard Extension School on the economics of emerging markets and the political economy of Russia and China. Sergi is a Center Associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University. Concurrently, he teaches international economics at the University of Messina.

Sergi has taught and done research at New York University and the International Monetary Fund, among others. He has been an honorary fellow of the School of Social and Political Sciences (2010-2011) and a fellow of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre at the University of Melbourne (1999-2009).

Since 2009, he has coached two networks of trade-union economic experts: the Southeast European Trade Union Economic Experts' Network and the New Independent States Trade Union Economic Experts' Network, both of which are under the framework of the Pan-European Regional Council of the International Trade Union Confederation.

Sergi's academic career and advisory roles have established him as a frequent guest and commentator on matters of contemporary developments in political economies and emerging markets in a wide range of media.

He has authored or co-authored several books, the most recent being Misinterpreting Modern Russia (Continuum, 2009). He has published in a wide spectrum of scholarly journals such as Comparative Economic Studies, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, and Thunderbird International Business Review.

He is the founder and editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Trade and Global Markets, the International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies, and the International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance.

Sergi holds an MSc and MPhil in economics from the University of London and a PhD in economics from the University of Greenwich Business School, London.


  • PhD University of Greenwich Business School, London, UK