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Professor, University College London

Antonio Andreoni is Associate Professor of Industrial Economics at The Bartlett, University College London (UCL), and Head of Research of UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose. He is also Visiting Associate Professor in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, SARChI Industrial Development, University of Johannesburg. He works on production, technology and innovation dynamics, financialization, corruption, structural change, governance and industrial policy.


Antonio Andreoni est maître de conférences d’économie industrielle au sein de la faculté de Bartlett de la University College de Londres (UCL) et directeur de recherche au sein de l’Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (institut pour l’innovation et l’utilité publique) de la UCL. Il est également maître de conférences invité sur la quatrième révolution industrielle dans le cadre de l’Initiative des chaires de recherche sud-africaine (SARChI) pour le développement industriel au sein de l’Université de Johannesburg. Ses travaux portent sur la production, les dynamiques technologiques et de l’innovation, la financialisation, la corruption, les changements structurels, la gouvernance et la politique industrielle.


Antonio Andreoni es profesor asociado de Economía Industrial en Bartlett, Escuela Universitaria de Londres (EUL) y director de investigación del Instituto de Innovación y Utilidad Pública de la EUL. También es profesor visitante asociado en la Cuarta Revolución Industrial, la Iniciativa Sudafricana de Cátedras de Investigación en Desarrollo Industrial, en la Universidad de Johannesburgo. Trabaja en producción, dinámicas tecnológicas e innovación, financiarización, corrupción, cambio estructural, gobernanza y política industrial.

Email: a.andreoni@ucl.ac.uk

  • 23 Nov 2020
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Promoting industrialization in Africa: global versus regional value chains

As Covid-19 ravages international trade and production, policy-makers are shifting their sights from global value...

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  • 06 Apr 2020
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How South African firms can compete with Chinese imports

Many policy-makers in middle-income countries worry that imports from China might undermine their efforts to develop...

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  • 29 Aug 2018
  • By: Andreoni, Antonio
Production transformation: building more competitive firms sector by sector

The design and coordination of policies to promote a more productive economy are challenging for all governments. But...

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