Prof. Guido Cozzi Professor of Macroeconomics We aim at excellence in research, teaching and scientific policy advice with a specialization in Macroeconomics. Guido Cozzi, Ph.D., is Full Professor of Macroeconomics at the HSG’s School of Economics and Political Science since October 1st 2012. Prior to that, he worked at Durham University (UK), University of Glasgow (UK), University of Rome “La Sapienza” (IT), and Cornell University (USA). He has supervised many undergraduate and postgraduate students, several being awarded prestigious prizes. If you are willing to get in touch, our research and teaching activities focus on the following fields: • Chinese Economy • Development Economics • Dynamic Macroeconomics • Economic Growth • Endogenous Fertility and Human Capital • Fairness and Cultural Preferences • Inequality and Growth • Indeterminacy and Sunspot Equilibria • Innovation (Guido Cozzi is top 10% REPEC author in this field) • Intellectual Property Rights (Guido Cozzi is top 10% REPEC author in this field) • International Macroeconomics • Knowledge Management and Knowledge Economy (Guido Cozzi is top 10% REPEC author in this field) • Political Economy. Guido Cozzi has an outstanding publication record with numerous contributions to leading journals such as the Journal of Political Economy, the American Economic Review, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Economic Growth, the Journal of the European Economic Association, the Journal of Economic Theory, etc. News April 2018: Dr. Margaret Davenport from Guido Cozzi's team has been granted the prize for the best PEF dissertation. The prize for the best Master Thesis in Economics was awarded to Sophie Brown, supervisee of Guido Cozzi. Please use the navigation menu to find out more about Guido Cozzi’s team, recent publications, and course offerings.