Antonio Savoia

Lecturer in Development Economics at Alliance Manchester Business School


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Alliance Manchester Business School


Dr Savoia''s research has looked at the determinants of governance and institutional performance and how they impinge on development outcomes and policies. His teaching experience includes economics of governance, economics of inequality, development finance, macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics. Alongisde his teaching and research activities, Antonio also enjoys contributing to the policy debate. Before joining the University of Manchester, he has worked at the University of Exeter, the University of Reading and the University of Bath (where he received his Ph.D.).

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Administrative responsibilities

  • Convenor of the Development Economics and Public Policy cluster. 
  • Convenor of the Economics, Technology and Finance research group.
  • Co-director of the MSc Development Finance.

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