Giuseppe Nicoletti

Non-Resident Fellow
Giuseppe Nicoletti

Giuseppe Nicoletti is currently Senior Fellow at the LUISS Lab of European Economics (LLEE), LUISS University (Rome, Italy). As an OECD consultant, he supervises a task force supporting G7 work for the Italian Presidency and has recently contributed to the extension of the OECD Product Market Regulation indicators to digital markets. He is also a board member of the French National Productivity Board established to monitor productivity issues and developments in compliance with EU Council recommendations.

In the past, he has headed the Structural Policy Analysis Division at the OECD Economics Department from 2004 to 2021, where he was in charge of cross-country structural studies. He supervised research in several areas, including productivity, digitalisation, finance, labour markets and green growth, and shared responsibility for creating and managing the OECD Global Forum on Productivity. He coordinated the OECD Economics Department team that supported the Italian Presidency of the G20 in 2021, providing inputs on intangibles, online platforms, digitalisation and productivity.

His current research interests revolve around the drivers of productivity with a special focus on the role of intangibles and digital technologies. Giuseppe previously worked as senior economist at the OECD and at the Italian Antitrust Authority. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from New York University.