Bruno Sergi


Professor of Political Economy, University of Messina

Center Associate

Professor Bruno S. Sergi teaches at Harvard University’s Extension School on the economics of emerging markets and is Affiliated Faculty of Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Science. He is the Associate Editor of The American Economist and his longstanding research interests center on the economics of emerging markets.  He teaches international economics at the University of Messina and is the scientific director of the International Center for Emerging Markets Research at RUDN University - Moscow.


Since 2009 he has coached two networks of trade-union economic experts: the SEE TUs Economic Experts’ Network and the NIS TUs Economic Experts’ Network, both of which are under the framework of the Pan-European Regional Council of the International Trade Union Confederation. 


He is Editor-in-Chief of the following journals: International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging EconomiesInternational Journal of Monetary Economics and FinanceInternational Journal of Trade and Global Markets.

The political economy of transition economies
International macroeconomics
Current Project
Russian-Led Eurasian Economic Union: A Political Economy Approach
Foreign Language


, Economics
, University of Greenwich
Selected Publications

Misinterpreting Modern Russia: Western Views of Putin and His Presidency (Continuum, 2009).

The Political Economy of Southeast Europe from 1990 to the Present: Challenges and Opportunities, with Qerim Qerimi (Continuum, 2008).

with Abel Adekola, Global Business Management: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Ashgate, 2007).

Communist Economics in Russia (Akademiai Kiado, 2004).

with Qerim Qerimi, "Development and Social Development in the Global Context," International Journal of Business and Globalisation 14, no. 4 (2014): 383 407.